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to have a lot of wine. Raymond had
not been drinking when we were mar
ried, but at thai party afterwards he
did drink a great deal. About one
o'clock that night Henry Fleitman
called and demanded to know if we
"The marriage certificate was ex
hibited. He glanced at it and then he
walked into the bedroom where Ray
mond was sleeping. 'So that's the
way you married him, is it?' he said,
turning back into the room with a
sneer. Well, he went away and at
three o'clock he returned with August
Belmont, Jr. The latter woke up his
brother and asked if he was married.
Raymond said he was. Then August
looked at me with a dreadful sneer
and made a horrible remark.
"Raymond said: 'Look here, Au
gust, I've licked you many a time,
and if you make another remark like
that I'll knock you clean through the
"Well .they finally got him to go
away with them. When he came
back he said he was going to his
father's office, but for several days he
would not tell me what his father had
said only that Mr. Belmont was so
'hurt and stunned' that he could not
talk about it"
Washington. Sweeping investiga
tion by Interstate Commerce Com
mission into entire coast freight situ
ation ordered by Senate.
New York. Henry Siegel,-bankrupt
merchant of Boston, New York
and Chicago, will sail for New York
from London May 20.
Cincinati, 0. When 20 planing
mills were closed in sympathy with
the master builders' association
against striking carpenters, 5,000 un
ion workmen of building trades de
clined to work. All building opera
tions at standstill.
McAlester, Okla. Released from
state penitentiary after serving sen
tence for forgery, Will R. McBride,
former deputy state auditor, rearrest
ed on charge of embezzling $20,000
Lieut. Walz, aviator, injured, and
Lieut. Mueller, passenger, killed when
Shreveport, La. Seth Jefferson
and Joe Archer, negroes implicated
in murder of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Chan
dler at Calvin, removed to Wmnfield
jail to escape lynching.
Keokuk, fa. $50 Oworth of jewels
stolen from jewel box kept in laundry
bag from residence of E. Carroll
Seward, Neb. E. A. Severne, 9,
had slcull cut open when run over by
farm disc. Will live.
Washington. American Federa
tion of Labor executive council pass
ed formal resolutions protesting
against ratification of London sea
safety convention and demanding
passage of LaFollette seamen's bill.
Cleveland. Mrs. C. W. Stout fat
ally burned when clothes caught fire
Oshkosh, Wis. On her promise to
wear knickerbockers, city council
has consented to appearance of Orti
ble Pretorius, classic danced, in local
Berne. Convicted on 32 charges
of burglary, fraud and other crimes,
Frederick Beyreuther received cumu
lative sentence of 126 years hard
labor to be followed by 1 year with
New York. Percival S. Hill, tobac
co magnate, will be delighted to Insti
tute damage suit against Thomas A.
Edison, he declares, provided invent
or wil lmake his charges against cig
arets more specific. '
New York. With 32-caliber bullet
in his brain, Edward Treu lived two
days. Shot himself because he lost
Dellria, O. Posse searching for
man who waylaid and killed Henry
Stock, 45, wealthy farmer, and"
wounded( Mrs. Peter Kuish, 2G, who
was driving with Stock.