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New YdrSSept.. 7.-JaneW g'
borne, former assistant district attor.
noy of New York, and widely known
as a criminal lawyer, was found dead
in bed in his apartment.at a hotel-here
today. The body was discovered by
his son when he returned to the hotel
after spending Saturday.'.night with
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<.' Osborne; who was aixty.one
years old, was boi-n in Charlotte, N. C
He came to New York when he was
twenty-five years ' bid and five ?years
later entered the district attorney's
office., He served under succeassive di
trict attorneys for fourteen years
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urhin teths a s an.aesist&nt dis
trict attoknby; Mr. Osborne gained na
tion-wide fame by his sUceebful prose
cution of Albert T. Patrick murderer
of the aged millionaire William Marsh
Rice, Mr.-Osborte alos prosecuted Ro.
land B. Molineux, son of Gen. Ed
ward I. Molineix, who was charged
with the murder of Mrs. Katherine B.
Adams here in 1899..- -
Four years ago, Mr. Osborne figur
ed in the "Oliver-Osb6rne" case. which
gained nation-wide publicity. Miss Rae
Tanzer, of New York, sued him for
$50,000 for breach of promise, alleg
ing he was the "Oliver Osborne" who, 1
she said, proposed 'to her within an
hour afte rthey met and who had
taken her-to a hotel in Plainfield, N. J.
where she registered as his wife.
Charles H. Wax, later arrested in
Chicago and brouglh here, admitted
that he was "Oliver Osborne," and was
identified-as "Oliver" by a number of
witnesses as a man. who had called at
Miss Tanzer's home.
As the result of the breach of prom
ise case, a number of persons, includ
ing two sisters of Miss Tanzer two at
torneys who represented her when the
suit was filed, a private detective, a
hotel clerk and Miss Tanzer were in
dicted. The jury in the case of Miss
Tanzer disagreed while Franklin D.
Stafford, the hotel clerk, was convict
'ed ~of perjury..
Funeral. services will be held
Denies Standing for Reservation to
HAS HIS OWN OPINIONS
And' Is Not Controlled by Views of
Others, South Carolinian Declares
WASHINGTON, Sept. 7.-A Wash
ington "dope" story published
this morning in several newspapers
contains the statement that Senator
Simmons, of North Carolina, has
"cone out in favor of reservations" to
the league of nations pact, following
the recent stand of Senator Shields of
Tennessee,. and that Sedator E. D.
Smith, of South Carolina, is disposed
to do ligewise. The story refers to
Senators Smith and Shiolds as "seat
neighbor," in the Senate.
It would not require any statement
from the South Carolina Senator to
take care of one part of the story, be
cause it is a fac that he and Sena
tor Shields are not seat neighbors.
Senator Smith sits in the second row
from the front on the Democratic side
of the chamber and Senator Shields
sits in the last or fourth row on the
same side. One seat is number 35
and tho other is number 88.
As to the rest of the story, align
ing him- with the reservationists, the
South Carolina Senator today ad
dressed a letter of protest to the
Washington paper which published it.
After quoting the reference to his al
leged alignment, Senator Smith said:
"The statement is entirely unwar
ranted and original in'the imagination
of the wvriter or in the imagination of
those from whom he intimates he got
his information. I shall at such time
as I choose express upon the floor
of the Senate my own convictions and
attitudle towardl this serious question..
I have the highest regard ofr the
characters and opinions of my col
leagues, but I anm not likely to allow'
their opinions or attitude on public
questions to become the controlling
force in what action or attitude I shall
Reports, that Hloke Smith of Georgia
is in favor of reservations to the
league pact and wvill (definitely makeW
announcement to that effect in At
lanta this week on his way back to
Whshintgon from New Orleans cottonm
convention are well foundled. It is
quite possible that some of special
writers of anti-administration "(lope"
on the league contest have got the
two Smiths mixed.
IThe attitudle of Senator Simmons of
North Carolina, is well known by his
friends here. lie is not in the posi
tion of Senato' Shields or Hloke Smith
but is in favor of getting the treaty
and league pact ratified with just as
little reservation as possible. 'Those
best informed feel that somme compro
misc may be necessary and the adnmin
istration forces will in that event yield
just as little as they must to get
the treaty ratified.
ISenator- Smith, of South Carolina,
left here this afternoon for New Or.
leans, where he will address the cot
ton convention Tuesday.
' NOTICE OF DISCH ARG E
I will a pply to the Judge of Pro
bate for Cl arendon County, on the
15th (lay of September 1919; at 11
o'clock A. M. for Letters of Discharge
as surviving Executor of the last
Will and Testament of John H. Ma
G. W. Mahony, Executor.
Sumter, S. C. Route 5, Aug. 12, I19
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