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Mark on Mrs. Szabo's Throat
Made in the Preparations for
Burial, Defence cf the
WOMAN BELIES FRISONER
Mrs. Emrna Benninger, of Pat
erson, Who Witnessed Strug?
gle Through Opera Glasses,
Says Upper Bathing Gar
ment Was Not Torn Off.
rr?]w>ri1pnt Qf Tl
Nov, IO. By ;ui un
: brought out
|_m_ ?' tt ta to clear
| Burton W. <".:i.-t.n. of the
pa j: hat the rance of
found ln the won
throat I :? th? ;: !- Pi phyg-Cliu a li
the ui who. in
?tmif-t n ng tho head preparatory to
r-,irjai. threw the tongue and other or
ga?s ot th* throat agalnst the roof <>.
At tf. ? Inatlon, T>r.
otto H. Bi hultae, for the proaecut-tn,
decianu tb il the poeltlon of thfl or
f.ns in lh? throat u f< ind by him
couV. M-ly by stran
ajuiatioti brought about by preaaurfl
frnrr wlth il before Mrs. Baabo wint
lnto tl;0 v . ? nv\ ood Lake.
Tl<t eoi lualon of Dr, Bchnltae baa
bevn consldered the mainstay of the
to d_-| teatlmony of a
who will de
clar- I lltlon could have
by the undertaker'a
majnl] ?? To ' at the
way in which thfl teatlmony of the
would 1 1 by
the ; ?' Mr. EMer_ qu-at-ona
at the lfc_panelllnS Of UM jurors
ther there woul
; Inlon of ? foreigner on
Defence Reveals Its Plan.
Con Laaler, an undertaker of
i Mr-. Bl
f<-r burlal, waa the witneaa
plan of di'
. . wai practlcally ? ?*-*
hat been flven of tbe testimony he
He waa brought forward
lv ? ition. of whi h L-ldor
of Dletr cl Attomey
?f. t.-ok full charge to
? a few niitH.r wltm
riy hi= ad-t-fti D<
Mur]hy, be i "?1"'1
u . _? i had finished
_ up the
- imtnatlon, invv
the atatemi n1 thal h<
beni back an?i
? at rlgor mortM had Pet in.
tha* he had to apply conalderable
. lnto h patural
,i. r head between
. Ich were
? ol ll for
? M h Ot apply any force at
all to tl ' Ur. Waam rvegel
. r. apparently
? d with what he had
drawn from the ad reated.
"i dld not tourh the throat at all."
ting jtiKt what
..:, oOfl ol Mr. Wi
govi Ur. Wa
did not ir-t t BO untll
I r waa ? ? thal he drew
out of me woman's lungs.
The tlon will 4-ontend that the
v ,n wa.s ?traagled before st e v.ent
her throat prevantlni any water from
_Bt.rl_B her iungs. They WlB use thlfl
thal the undertaker
eat __t ca iae " ? t to cloae _ubee
ajaently, aa _Ur. day by the de
ftrr ? .
Woman Contradicte Gibson.
Bvldaace Mor- directly adverse to
Gihson was bfOUght out by the p__M*
cution thi BOW wltn'-ss, Mrs.
grni;.a Benninger, of Patereon, N. J
Phe llved at a bouafl on the shorr of
?Nanwood [___m -<t the tlme ->t Mrs.
P* and her attention was
to the occurr<n> e hy seelng
runRling ln the water n.-ar the
beat :n wh_ ii he bad taken tbe woman
BURTON W. GIBSON AND HIS WIFE.
i.ist--nin- te. ih** fe-Htiiiinny wlije'i* m:iv e-fiiiriei him nf tiio mnnler of Mrs.
1 he.tc bj I'aul Thompsen >
leuit rowlng, whlch, when ahe flrst
: ?ki 1. \v.,s rlghl si.io up.
she- Immedtately K"t n pair of opera
throu_*h wl.ie-h, ?he said, she
dlaoovered that the buat had turneel
bottom up and that Qlboon was .*iin?
Ing to it.
"Did you notice whether he had nn
Upper garnient on?" "-he waa asked.
I ? 'iiei bave a coverlng on the
upper T''*rt e.f hi.- body," she roplied
i prqmptly, und no amount e,f croae-ax
I amtnlng could ahake this etatement
Qlbaon hn.?- aaaerted h!1 along that
I the upper garmenl >,f his bathlng aull
was torn from hitn by the wonian wh< _
he waa atruffffllng with her In tho
water in an ejft'ort to aave her. Other
; witr, ?? '.irled to-day that wh< n ba
was pulled oul , f the water h'c upper
lent waa nol on him. Th,. proae
cutlon la expected t-, ai_rue thal Mrs.
tnony iroea to prove
that he tor.- the Karment off hlmaelf
? nnd be
i. ln order t,, make
? he had atruggled wlth
] tbe woaaan m the water. ?
Had No Relativei, Said Gibion.
,\,. ? wttnesa was ifiaa Ethnl
Touaaaiot, of No. 288 Weat 123d atreet,
- Vork. who ls employed hy Martln
J' Brown, a printer. She- -.van on a va
? Qreenwood Lake at tho tbm
of the alleged crime and talked with
lay after Mrs-. Baabo'a
? i h,- t,>ld her thal
! the ao Ident, as ahe oalh-d lt, waa
cause'1 while- he- and Mrs. BaabO wer
<-hanglng aeata, ao thal she eouM take
the oara, ;,t bla requeat, aa his arm had
me cramped, Miss Tonaaalnl said
he told her ln reaponne to ? queartton
thal the d id woman bad no relatrvea
ln th-.s country.
"How many qneotfona dld you ask
- Mr. EVder asked.
??Three In twenty minutes very
man) for A woman," *-n:>pj-.-.i back
Plfteen wlta* maa were called to-day
by the proaeeutkm, whlch preaented ln
Dologlcal order the eventa aur
ro indlng the woman's death, as well as
Qlhaon'a allagod aetions from the lirst
time be Vlalted the lake wlth h-r untll
he had h< r body burted In an obscuro
plot ln Jeraey i Sty.
Among th'-m was Sheriff William C
DeOraw, who teatlfled that Olboon told
hlm be was infatuate"d with the dead
J woman and mipht have marrled ber,
The face Of Mrs. (lihson. who s.it CWM
bealde her husband, grew tense at this
Dantel Dewltt, a ne~*;ro boatman, who
gi C'.ibson nnd Mrs. BttbO on the
laka, te-stitied that QflMOfl WU talkim?
"lond ami rough."
As on the tlrst day of the trlal. Mrs.
Qlbaon h- Id a rullng place in the coun
Cilg of the- ele-fcnoe. She sat wlth B
notebook and pencll, baaHy taklng
notea on the testimony. and was om
New Evening Service
Beginning November 24, 1912
l.v. NEW TORK , DAILT
PENNB-tiVAKU STATION. fi.32 P. M.
HUDSON TERMINAL. -?-? P M
Ar. CHICAGO.(n''xt da> > 7So P? M
Through All Steel Drawing-Room
Sleeping Car on the "24-Hour St.
Louis" via Richmond, Ind., and
Blag new train leaves Chicago nt IItl I\ |_ with through sleeping
r arnving New York Ht 12" P, M n.xt duy on the
? .'l-llour New Yorker."
$ PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
ttnually eoachlng Mr. Blder during
croea-examlnation. Theae euggeatl
\\ere nev.-r dlfll-garded. Glbson, too,
was actlve, belng frequently on hla feet
to whlaper dlrectlona In Mr. Elder.
Goldzier Liatons Moodily.
Charlea Qoldsler, who had * rloua dlf
. m ot oplnlon ?i')i the m< mbei
of the defence yeaterdaj waa practl
eall. excluded to-day from their circle.
Per*the moal part he aal wlth hla i>a''k
to the othera, m.Uly lletenlng, bul
1 taklng ti" actlve part
Dlatrtct Attorney Rogera, who Ifl
nemlnall) al the head of the pn
Ition, opened the proceedlnga to-day
wlth an addreea lo Um Jury, In which
he flketched the ln ld< nl - ot th<
murder, dealt upon Qlbeon'a al
gullty conducl befora aud afterward,
land declared thal the proee ition
wi aid prove thal Bi ?? h i h
appolnted eaei utor of h< r wl
powera, nnd then kllk d h * ti gel for
himself ber si"""' ? -' ' Qlbeon
.^ em!??'! a Mr. R d that he
: would prove his i r 'um
: ataatlal ev-dan ? aloi
facta? "damnlng I ?
murder more clearly than it could be
! proved if thlfl poor woman co ild
I frorn her graVfl and take thfl wltl
: Itand against Ill i
Judge Tompklna reaerved d? lalon on
objectlonfl by th? defence to twocounti
I in Um ii"!'' tmanl
SCHRANK REPORTED INSANE
Court Official Says Alienists
Will Find Him Crazy.
Mllwaukee, Not U John _ '
I shot Colonel BooaeveH on lhe night ot
? ? iber 1*. Ifl Inaane Thla arlll I
Um .. of ? report of the Hv< all<
.-,, | otnted by Judge a. C Bai I ?
|amlne lnto the prleoner'a mentnl condl
tlon, eccordlng to a tati meni I -
ofldal thla aftei n
Judge Becl I late to-day thal I ?
[report probably would nol be praaented to
j ti,,. oourt untll 1 ? and tbal hi I tt
1 hi. Idafl 4if what ? ? Uni I WOUld he.
Th- conunlafllon held wl i| wai expeeted
[te bfl "s last >? i lon wtth Bcbrank to?
day, and whlle ba waa b? Ing - ibji ti?d to
further azaralaatlon ??> the i
geporl gamad elrculatlon thal the pii oner
would he adjudgod Inaane.
Duaaualng thnt gchrank will I*
.,. ?. lt 44111 bfl hnpoealble to try him
?,ii th.- ehargfl ol atternptlng to k':i Colonel
Rooaevelt Tha only elternal ? n
(Inemerrl in tba heepltal for th.- crlaalnal
uif-ane at QehkOflh.
NEW DAIRYJ-AWS URGED
State Asked to Combat Tuber
' culosis in Cows.
Albany, No. lt. Important omend
meata to thfl _grl_ult_ral law were aug
geetod to-day at i conference called
Commlaelo-e- Bueon at th< itab
partmeal of Agrlcultora lo devlei meaae
ot (ombatli.K tul-.-milosls ln vattlc- and
gtaaeV ra ln horses.
it wa- the aeaaa of tbe eonferenee tint
tbera ?hould b? a phyatcal tefll of ah
Aatr. oawfl from wblch a publk aupply
of tnilk is obtalned, aud thal theaa ahow
lag ciinicai flvldenflflfl of Wbei-_l__lfl
?hould be k-Oed; that uii flkha mllk aad
whey from chei ' toilea ahould bfl
paetearlaed befon belag led t.> ealveei
that lf after Btaklng B tuh. rculiu t-.-t
which ahowa evk-eneea of tubere-loata, ?
oow is kfflod end ?' p__-?___-te_B revealfl
that the fllaaaaa waa _ult_ general, tho
state shall __mpOB_aU thi OWBflt tfl tbfl
sxtent of W fl-d P-rmll btn lo rataln
the Mde and Careaflfl. Under the present
law the awnei getfl II i"r eeal <>f the
Hpi.raised value of the flhiaghtered ani
Giunders will be dhacuaeed at ? eoufer*
.?nre to _<? h.ld ln New york <"lty
TAFT NAMES ARBITRATOR
H. L. Janes to Act in Railway
Dispute with Ecuador.
[Wtati Tha Tilbaea Hureau.j
Washington. Nov. Ig.?Henry l. Jaaee,
of the dlatomatl- iervlce, haa t'-'u ai>
[lointed by Pioajdenl Taft, oa the reconv
ni-tnlation of tba DepartnMml of State,
one of the urbitrat.us in thfl COOtro
belwan the gevernmeat af Beuadoi aad
the Quejaqull ? Qulto Ballway C__n>
The dispute arosi regardtng dalma for
transportatioti aml daaaegea dlli I" n re
lutlon_ which ha.fl flOCUrrfld ?na.e liw_
Told Barber He Might Have
Made Barrels of Money
at Los Angeles.
HAD BOMB FOR CATHEDRAL
Witness Was Told the Explo
sions Were to Corapel Con
tractors to Employ
Indianapolis. Nov. II.-l.abor con.lltions
in Kansas CHy, afa, in whlch W Ber.
Brooro, buBlneea a?ent of ?- loeal iron
WOTkera unlon, is all'-Red to have con
aplred arith .l.inies B. MrNamara te have
a brtdge ae n>ss tbe Waaottai Rlver Mawa
up and to induce b barber to do dynaadt*
Ing al Loa Angelea a/era deearlbed at the
"dynamite eoaaplracir*- trial to-day.
Charlea Brown, who had beea referred
to b-.- the government ns a ".-itiz.-n with
lmportant evldence," teatlfled he beeaaM
a, ,'i.iini. ,| with McNamara ln a har ber
nbop, and lat -, havlng met the dyaaaMter
on the Paclflc Ooaet, MeNaaaara loaned
hlm 130 with whieh to r.-turn to Kansas
"McNamara told me i,e eouid fix it so i
mlght earn i"ts of money/' said the wit
neaa. "He aald a lot <>f noa unhm lous
-,-., i,- to be i'lown up and there- would he
work in Kansaa City. lle lntrodueed iru
to I'-it Brown, and said he would pay
me UN to Mon up the brtdge. Brown sai.i
... i an op* i, ahop Job, and they wanted
to make the eontiaetor pol oa tmlon men.
I ii-k-d Brown Why Iie dldn't elo lt, and
he replled they wanted to ?*?* some one
outelde the unlon, becauaa union men
would be auapeeted McNamara said be
would aee thal i K'>t tbe t** from Brown,
and then i wa.s to no to Loa Angelea,
where there would be a lot of cieaning
Up, I was Int.-r.-st^d In an amuse-ment
enberprtae then, and, after puttlng them
oir. flnally toM them i wouMn'1 do lt."
Tbe aitneaa said the- last ooaveraatlon
oecurred in Auguat, IM0, shortly before
e. irtie- B, McManigal, aecordlng to bla ooa*
ten alon, We w- up tlie brtdge
Might Have Made Barrels of Money.
"After ti,.- explosion I met Betrl BTOWn
on tbe Btreet -md t?>ie! him 1 read In the
n arapapera 111-.t he ami WUllaa .1 Me*
e'ain. another union ofllcial, had b.-en ar*
reeted Brown replled they eenld not
anythlng and added i made a m'a
? fualng to do tha Job- a. i might
bave tnadi >. i irrel ef money at Los
"i.|,i McNamara t> i' you In Brown'a
that y,,u wera to blow up j,,h>
Angeles?" asked the DtetrtCt At*
^ he tn|,l me in Hrown's pre*,en<-?
ter I M'-w- Dp tha hrld*;.- I wa*i to
blow up a bulldlng In Kaaaaa Cltj and
then l was to K" to Loa Angelee.*" The
: ,t waa arranged for hlm to
paj t" Br< ?'?? tbe | be borrowed from
, llf Slen I"-MIie-!?,0.
lend J.iiai J Ml N.iliieira talked al"'Ut
blowlng up a cathedral la eeorae of een*
| le h ?-.?nlM.g te the
teetlmony of i\etri,k J Dugaa ?? former
lii bnalneai aganl ianan said
? ?.? rr out to loob nt tha - athe*
,i..,i an,t aftea M< Namara bad potnted out
? the i-pleotva Claney meae
? bla feet te learn whether a
wall would faii on a nearby realdance, bol
Im le n dld r-ot ,>. . i
? i sv the nnd Jamaa B, Ray, ef
III two ef tba forty-flve defend*
nnta, wer. taken lo Juti to-nlght becauaa
theli bondamen bad aurrendared theaa lt
-I th*- mei would pro.uie new
Teatlmony was e;ive*r, that Bmytha at
??.ei .--. idene ?? In connectlon
rrltb nn exploeloi .,t Peorla r>n Beptem?
ber i Ifie McManigal had been notlflod
tl ,t Bmytha i,.ii aaeteted i,i"**i in earry*
Ipk nltroglyceiine t., tba J"b When the
government examined thi regleter <>f the
hotel wi.eie. McManigal had atopped nn*
.;, i thi name " I W McOraw*- t> ? igi
. ing tbe reglatratlon was te>rn out
j w. m irpby, the botelkeeper, t.-stif"--d
ortly after the aaptaolon Hmytho
called al lat botel and neked t,? pea the
reglater, esplalnlng thal McOraw hnd
been an admlnlatrator of an .state and
led wltb money. The hotel man
v:,i,t he p rmttted Bmytha te have the
? ? nnd lat, r be found the page
was i,,i n .mi.
Tne governmenl read from the ir >n
worki ra* unlon magatrlne a letter from
gaytbe, allagad t,, re-f.-r to the Peorla
e \| loaton, as follows:
"I thoughl lt about tlnie to let the
membera al larga know timt Local 112 ir.
still on top of the eartn Halley's eomet
ggt ' "I tiil.ele^ll l,'*l' (M tlllie."
After tba eonratruetor agreed to use
unlon men, Jeaae Bmltb testiti.-d Hoefcta
"You may take your guarda oir th*- joi>.
?Hl ba do further expie.sione."
( o-tlnued from flrst page.
for the fltatrway. _. 8imllar scene was
enacted in Justice Krederlokson's court.
There w ere not enough patrol wagons
to removflj the prlsoners from the Jail
to the Doylo Heights prison, and two
streetcars were sent for. It was an
orderly procedure, and the prlaonets
arara soon on their way to the East
Slde, guarded by the reserves, who had
heen called out.
An.bulances removed the patients
from the city emergency hospital just
around the corner from the chief's
ofllce. The hospital was crowded with
patients injured ln last night's fire at
the St. George Hotel.
Realizlng the necessity of keeplng
the man's attentlon engaged untll tho
buildlng was cleared and some means
devtaed for folllng his plans, Secretary
Snlv-ly and the detectlves lt) the room
carried on a conversation wlth him.
"Why dldn't you go down to the
Suuthetn Paclflc and blow up the man
you wanted''" he was asked.
"W.dl," he replled, thoughtfully, "I
thought the police could handle lt bet?
ter, and I wanted to do a good joh.
i itherwlse, I n.ight have kllled the
"Snipped" the Madman.
Whlle? thf conversdtlon was ln progrls.
several pollccmen snd newspaper nv-n
pa?s^d through tha room A nowepnpai
phatographer even eame ln and took a
phl-Blfl of the man slttlng on the chalr
_ Ith the lnfernal ma.hlne resting on bis
kni'v Davis flnally a.sk.'d that evi-rybody
be kept b?l-k
".'urloslty has killed lots of people," ba
said, "and If th thlng goes off there'.s
golng to be a whole lot of them go up."
One of th>? spectators was J. fl.inoel, h.
minlng man front Cblbuahua, Mexlco
Handel ^mc In and Bbooh haadfl wlth
Davis. asklng him lf It was r.'ally djiia
nilte in th*> hox
"Ves, and It'fl 60 per cent stuff, too,"
"I donf bellevfl it: you are blufflng,"
Davta Hfted the eleth cever of the hox,
which had '4 glass front. and drew out a
?t_ k flf d>nanilte. Handel took lt, blt off
.' ;... . ind tuHtfd it. mln.T fa.shlon. Hfl
kn<w wh.it It waa, but dissembled ln or
der to gain tlme.
"Thefa nol dynamite," he said, con
temptuouely, leonebody rh^atej you."
"Llght it and nr.," nid Davla
Raadel hghted a piece. of the "glant"
wlth a mat.h. It burned hrlskly, und
those who hud hltherto clung to the Joke
Idea mad- a hasty ?xlt.
Falla Him with Blackjack.
After I>a\ls hud h-ld complete posses
-lon of thr stat'.on for almost an bOUT
and u li*lf, a plan was devlaed by the de
tectlTaa t" trap him. while lecretary
-niv.i> ceiiled oa t.ie .oaaeraeUea with
the manlflti Heelek ttptoed from the out
ir n>om. Whlcb wa.^ at Kivis's back, and
-truck htm <>i tha bflad flrttb a "blacft*
jack." Th<> lnfernal machlBfl dropped,
und Itrown*-. who was ai _-_?___.? ulbow,
I>avls r. a.hed In his coat pock**t, out
Hosick hlt him again. aud he tUmblod to
the floor. uncona*iOUa The bottle ot
?Hrogly-erlae and ihe revolver were la
Davta*. laetdfl coat peeket, toward whlcb
h- had roaehed.
Ah iiavis had said, hla left hand was
attuih-d to th- lnfernal muehlne. and Us
wltlidr.iWHl t_nltfd thfl ffise. but the <iul.'k
work flf BreWBfl prevrat.jd lhe .-.park*
(roaa raachlag tha __a_aalire. There were
?.Uly balf -Uckfl of dynamite. An _SP_t1
.said It was 'il per cent and tl'.at there
was enoigl. to blow up a city Mock.
At thfl recelvlng hospltal. Da\ls Bflid
ti'-niKht h>. ?'K_*-ased" the foaa araa too
long. aad for that reaaoa there waa bo
Biploaloa He aald bfl wns bi.rn m QkDT
many. was thitty-four yean old. aad ba I
llved in this ooaatry Bftaea ><_r?. He
*ilmitt?.i that Davla waa not his rlght
naiu'\ and tinally d.clin.-d tO talk ,i___l
Identified aa Carl Warr.
Afterward ha waa UeutUmi a> Carl
Warr, a G.-nnan lab ur. In a March o(
his ln-.'ii. tax rcciipt* beei-_g that narna
w.re found, and after much queflttonlng
by fletetlllna th.- tnan flnally admltted
that lt araa hhl ?ma Hc said alao th;<t
more exploslvua w.-re secreted in tbfl vl
elnity of the house, and that when hfl
recovered from his |_J_r_m he would take
the aeUea to the hldlng place.
He said that ho stoio the dynamite from
the powder house of a quarry at MI?om
lngton, C?!>? near ('olton. He mad.' an
lmpression of the lock and made keya
which opened tho powder hou^e. The
?eai-h of his home reveaied numerou
A Han Idego detectlve *sa!d that tl.o
manlac had b?^?n drlven Irom Sun Diego
Uurlng the trouble over the Industrial
Woik.is of the World last spring, but
this the prisoner denled.
The man apparently had been broodlng
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f-n-v/^_-a-c?/ Jt m.i MaaLrUm SUStot Tle Btita J-iiiigCk- /-A.
ever the Bouthern Padlle ahoptnen'a
strike of more thau a year ago, but bfl
denled that he had beea ampkryed by the
"They brought a lot of scabs out here
and they overran the i-ouiitiy, t??Ing tbe
Johs away from other men.*1 hfl BflJd, I
wanted to aat lf Um i ompany wouldn't
tif-at their men better. Tttat was all I
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contrlvanoe, witli a larg.- nambflt ot
springs, an.l a wire lever ittaehed te the
hammerlock of an old army rlfl*. DaV?
is's band waa attached to the erlre tiiat
led to this hamm.rlock detonatlng de
DIDM'T LIKE HER POSING
Dudley in Counter Suit Says Ar?
tist Addressed Wife Familiarly.
i:<iw:.ni Dudley, th- arealthj Jereey
iealdrnt. who is bivolved la ? , i o later suit
for dlvot-o, aaa on tin atafld yeaterday
in the Chaaeery ebarabera, at Jereey ''ity.
The ooujii>- were married ;.i Naplea, Italy,
on March i. UA\\ ead ara ? II known so
? iiiiy in this couatry aad Europe.
Mrs. Marla Mutock Dudley la thirty-flve
aad Mi. Dudley alztj yean oM Mrs.
Bllsabetb Battell Veiiderpool, a arealthy
widow, of Beugerttee-on the-Hudoon, le]
naaied aa coreapondenl Mr. Dudley d
?led tlu* alle xatlons, and sald in hls coun
t.*r sult that his wife ia inordlnately Jeal
oub and has a vlolent temper He stated
thal on one occ-aaion at dinner in their
J'hil td.-l|iliia home his wif.- threatened
1 iu with a carvlngr knlfe. Hls wlfe alao
broke up a tea party in Phlladelphla by
i-ro*,oking a eniarrel wlth a Mrs. Tillinan.
ln 1902 his wlfe. he says, wont to New
York and BtOgfOi at the Waldorf-Aato
rla, and a friend telegraphed him that
his wlfe was po:<ing for a picture. He
came to N'ew York and found her wlth
an artist named Terry. who addressed
hei famlllaily. The plcture the artist
painted was shipped to him, but he re
fuaed to receive It. The charge waa
$1,500. He sald his wife used to bolt
the front de.or and muffle the bell so he
could not get in his home without arous
ing the nelghborhood. The flnale camo
When Mrs.. Dudley loeked her door
against her husband, on January 6, 1906.
Then they parted.
On crosH-examlnation Pudley sald he.
refused the portrait of hls wlfe bicause
the drapery scarcely covereei her llmbs.
The case will eontlnue to-day.
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Island Railroad Company to exact an ex
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