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He h"a31feeri -approaches and of
fered money by Franklin. At
torney Darrow made it Very-plain
that he did not object to this line
of questioning, but that if the
court permitted it, he would de
mand'whether any further jurors
po be interrogated had been, ap
proached by the state's attorneys.
If this is done it 'isr likely real'
tfouble-will result. It is already
certain that as a result of the
bribery charges-the task of get
ting a jury will be prolonged.
-When Darrow came intocourt
today he indicated that he will
make this matter a" real issue
from now on.
JURY FINDS GERTRUDE ,
PATTERSON NOT GUILTY
Denver, 'Colo., .Nov. 29 Ger
trude Gib'son 'Patterson was ac
quitted 'of the r'urdeFof 'her' hus
band. Charles Al Paltersbri " -
, The Jury returned' its verdict"
lfe this'afternddn. t Judge Allan
edjrly this morning ordered' his
cort room closed for the day.
He attended' the funeral of .a
The jury took its -first ballot at'
9 o'clbck this morning. It is-said
that the first ballot stood 9 for
acquittal 'and 3 for conviction, of
involuntary manslaughter, the
punishment fof which isnot more
than one year in the county jail.
Mrs.- Patterson broke down
when the verdict was read in
court this afternoon. "
"Oh, thank God, thank God,"
she cried, and broke mto'uttcon
prayer: - "The matron aVthe cbun2
ty jail visited Jher cell several
.times. On each occasion, she
found Mrs. Patterson on ,hexj
knees, praying that She might b'e,
acquitted. "" t
LADIES PLEASE NOTICE'
.New York club women assemfc
-bled at -the Hotel Astor to find'
out what is the matter with ttiem?
Hti6 many jewels and cldthes,'0
Henry Turner" Bailey of Boston
;t told' them. :He continued:
"Unless a woman's eyes are
-m6rer dazzling "than "her jewels'
she should" remove some of her
jewels. " Whenever any portion
of your'costume, ladies, sticks'"
out like a sofehumb, you are"
overdressed. To be brfef, you
-should tie more conspicuous thai?
your 'costume.". - z
Then came Mrs. Cooley, -secretary
of the-Social. Science clubs?
with the warning that women are
eating ioo.muchL "Think of it !'
.she exclaimed. "You are putting
into your delicate stomachs 30
oxen 100 cows, 200 sheep, SO pigs?
30,000 oysters, 24,000 eggs-ever
Great heavens, no Wonder we"
men are poor ! But hold ! she says I
"That's whatyou eat in a lifetime
of 70 years.
'ThaVs-better. We can perhaps ,
manage toieed 'em on the install
-L-o o ' d
r -When an English suffragette
starts, out to agitate she carries
a. Viacr-unttv ft Wiannri nf Intlimor'J
trollable sobbing. . j She knows it wiH'come handy in
he4ia$Sssed all gMffjijair. . -aprsiaz m dos I'" & -