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HARRIMAN TO MARHY 5IHL flE
'1 " & Ult4'W4.
William Averill Harriman, eldest
son of thejate E. H. Harriman, is en
gaged to Miss Kitty Lanier Lawrence.
He met his tT3e'tiNbe wKen he res
cued her When she was thrown from
a horse in, Central Park, New York.
BLEN FLANKUN SAY MAN
V?rtH N6 WiFEE. gaii
WAN-CrftNA BDY SW WffBE
BLOTTER HM.F MAM!
TflAW -RECITES KILLING OF
N6W TorR, July 16-. "fivelyn had
gone ahead tStTLH Mr. Tionias Mc
Caleb ,ancijffr. Truxton,Beal follow
ing. I stopped to speafi t3 an ac-jqvja.inla.nce-.
1 looked up. and Saw Mr.
White, .fie had, hTs arms" on the
table and his fiead ljx.his "hands when
I first noticed Eim. Then he lifted his
head an.d stared at me.
"I'walkdi.ufc the aisle, straight up
injfront of pim and shot him!"
In a well , Modulated, even tone,
Harry K. ThVw thus recited his
kimng 6t Stanford Wjiite.
"Is that ah" b afckM Deputy Attorneys-General
'Go op-," said Cook,
Thaw'4 attorney "immediately ob
jected, saying he had answered the
"He answered Tt very seriously and
well," interposed Justice Hendrick.
When Thaw had reafched the point
in his story where he got in front of
White he-pausea" foT FQUy Ball a min
uTe' before he uttered the words "shot
hiffi '" -Ahd It as another minute be-
4 fore he raised "Ms head toward Cook
and asked, "is thai all"
Throught'nTs story Thaw, talked
evfenly and at times slowly. Often he
grazed, upward as though trying to
visualize Che happening which he was
s TlS,w told his story Cooks eyes
never left his face. He never prompt
ed nor suggested, but waited phtient
ly tor Thawto tell His story in his
dwA. way. , The 'crowded courtroom
was breathle'ss tjirdllghout the re
cital, -hanfifife on TiiaW's every word.
Malone, N. Y.f vtuly 9. While
Evelyn Nesbit Thaw was still barri
caded ih Jack Chfford'acai&p at Cha
teaiigay Lake today, the Belief pre
vailed hefe that, she will start for
New York to testify ih her husband's
sanity triai late1 toaay. The officers
'who came after her seemed opti
mistic, ahu are waiting for wOrU o
coffie from the camp that she is rteSQy