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G2AED EAFIE3 nr-AT. SUNDAY HORNING. DEC2UBEH 4. 1C52.
cam But very choice, in White Shirts with fancy fronts. G.MIOKB & OAXTEI). THEY DOXOT AGREE Dr. DtCamp'i Diagnosis of Fred Leonard's Case. OELIEVES MR. LEONARD SANE II orw 1 Uiatia Jin Opposite Statsrasats of Otbsi ExpM PhjsicUn Fr4 TtU About Hm liarris. Wbf a court coane4 ytstardsy Frt4 Loaii produced ih package of papers wbicrx ha bad left ia tha safa at Ratal's boil. Tbey wsra examined an 4 p!ACil in eridsaee, tut not rsvwi. The suit of clotnioj wh;cb witnesses tad described a being so soiled, wera identified by Fred, and offered ia er.deace. Fred denied that it waa ever hit in tention to aead hie brother to pneoo, tat sa: if they continued to tig at the suit they would both wind up there, lie had started! for Mexico to try the batns, but when he got to Laa Vegas he ran out of money, and could l no more. Under tbe care of hts wile he was slowly regaining hia health. Talk mt Hit Marrl. lie stated that be was married April 2; tut did not know the name of the minister. The engagement was made tae day after the lUce divorce proceed ic TTrr settled, and she agreed to marry him after considerable persua. eiou. Had adopted a child in Detroit, but bad no thought of its inheriting property at the time. Tbe child is now at Plainwell, and will not be brought here until after the suit is set tled. Did not remember making any will. Had commenced two suits again$t his brothers, but did not remember the na ture of them, although he had signed the necessary papers. He stated that he had spent f'i.'oo in experimenting on hia refrigerator, not f'J5,0oO as he said the day before. Most of it was spent for drugs and chemicals. Did not remember hating traveled with Dr. Hodges nor any ofthe events tes tified to by that witness. After being married Fred and hit wife spent a week in Windsor and then came here for thit suit. lie said be never had any businesa troubles with hie brothers. The chancery bill asking a partition and whiah relates several quarrels between hit brothers was pro duced and Fred said they were true notwithstanding hit former statements. On re-direct Fred said he had not told bis wife that be was under guardian ship at he supposed it concerned only his personal eatate. On re-cross he de clined to state how often be bad visited h:t wife before they were married and said he had not visited her at any tuna locking the doer after hi in. Dr. W. II. DeCamp testified to hav ing attended Fred's mother when Fred was born aod had known Fred ever siuCe. Since the present litigation was b(un he bad frequently examined Fred, wita a view to being a witnets in the cae. Found that Fred was partially paralyzed on the left aid, but could find na trace of other d:ie, and ne believed that Fred had never r.ad a private dtseaae. lie saw no symptoms of mental impairment in the "jre or speech. The paralyser was confined to the side only and was prob ably cauttd by epileptic hts, which dis turbed taa nervous condition of the spinal column below the train. Tatls tb bctor. In the afternoon Dr. DeCamp was ased regarding pauses of the brain, and said tbere was none m Fred's case; mw no evidence of private diseases; I not think Fred had such disease, therefore could not have atfected his tra;n. On cro examination by Mr. Wanty he said Fred's condition might ruit from a blood clot on the Lram, and units driven away or ab sorbed it might affect the train. Witnee wss aiced if he knew of any chemicals that would keep down tem perature in Iwu of ice. He had never personally experimented with tha cnermca', but knew that by certain comb.natons temperature could bo reduced, and he w not prepared to say that it could cot' r put to a prac tical ui. Witness was atked many questions regarding the memory f Kred. and replied that if he had forgotten his trip to Knrope and the name of h.s adopted child, it certainly hnwd great lack of memory. At 3.3 tb court adjourned for the dav and for the term. On Tuesday the caje. will bfl resumed. LAW AN3 LAWYERS. Circuit Court Part L JCDGR GROTS. Margaret M. Towers vs. Frances VTat 0)1, ct ancery; decree for complainant IMJ4.&7. Michigan Trut company, trustees, vs. Consolidated street Kailway company, cnau;erv; order thst injuuetion con tione in force until hesriog of case. V. A. Kice admitted to practice. Circuit Court Part II. JT'Por stit. In r the estate of Fred li. Leonard, appeal Irotu probata court; 00 trial. Police Court. Thomas Hart, violation idewa!k or d nance; nolle proVd. Alex Vimer, larceny; ninety days. J. H. e.u Kerrr Caw, Isrceuy; adjourned to I. embf IX Veroniea Chapman, Ur eny; adjourned to December a. Mmf Court Nstee. Clerk Fitch of the Uaiud States ar- jcutiourt receittnl notice ytsterdsy ! that the t:tJt sreioa of tf.e l.ntd iiuUs Circuit court c apptaU lor ti' sixth circuit will te held ia Ouc.naatJ j Leiaasn Monday, Fetruary & f huit ass tua m the circuit court yesterdav by A. W, Wood, L. C. Tab r ud Waiter Mcr aiut i;fbrt J. Kuneiy and Freeman Klopfeostein fnrSWiL ThtT ly their damages t looo. Ia tbe foreclosure cse of Margsrtt Persona vs. Frances Walton, a decree for $UiJ-d: was gr&uted the complain ant yterday tn the circuit court. Veroaica Cbapmao was arraigned for ftUaiinc 5 f I m Frank Hmith. Tbe cy waa adjourned until December 6. Kufus II. Wheeler began suit against William F. Simmons in the circuit court, askint for f 1,000 damages. Father Carpenter petitioned the court yeaterdsy to have an alley in her addition vacated. December Term jMora. Tha following lut of jurors was drawn for tbe leceuber Wrui of the superior court yesterday. First ward Wiiber F. Dickerson, Henry Kvtretta. Sccnd ward Samuel J Chase, George I. Davidson. Third ward Iiert Halt, luae Quick. Fourth ward Leo A. Caro, WooUey Cronkhite. Fifth ward Fli Kaler. H. L. Cargill. Sixth ward John Coatei, Alviti Jfevms. N;t enth ward Heny Groekopf, An drew Doyle, Charies Spencer. Eighth ward William Westerhoute, Antoa iKtnnebacks. J. . Wilson. Ninth ward William O'Donnell, r&tnck Lawler, Patrick McCan. Tenth ward Henry Vvt, Henry M. Green, Bubrant Prak Ken. Kteveiitn ward William Wakeer, Exra A. Kichmt nd, Frank A. Alger. Twelfth ward Gerrit Zaalmink, Nicholas Dejvitermaker, Edmund Ma bin. , ' Holiday Goods. One nowtdays never visits the music emporium of Julius A. J. Friedrick, Xos. 30 and Z2 Canal street, but what they see son-e improvement, that was Our not theie when a previous visit wat made. The changes Mr. Friedrick is making in his establishment are num erous and well worth noticing, and whan completed tba premiaes w.ll be at complete in every rerpect as any es tablishment of this description in tbe state. For tbe holidays Mr. Friedrick is displaying an unusually fine line of musical instrument!, and the best of it all is that the goods handled are the best that are to be found in the market. Mr. Friedrick prides himself on the quality of bis goods and tbe variety. While searching for holiday goods do not fail to look at Mr. Fredrick's dis play of musical instruments. Take the Butterworth Avo. Line Of street cart to Lake Shore station on West Fulton street. Passengers when arranging a trip to any point east, south or west should take "Lake Shore Route;" smooth and easy riding. The only double track. line to tbe world's fair city. Butterworth avenue line of street cars pass directly by tho door, affording passengers ample and rapid means for reaching the station from all parts of the city. Ask street car conductor on any line for a trans fer to the Butterworth avenue line. TT OQ:e Farni- L tare of every de scription. Manu- iacturers prices. We show the fa iuous G. It. Desk Co.'s line of desks. Xzxsox. M atteb & Co., 33 to 39 Canal Street. Mr. H. J. W. Campman, at No. 182 Eaat Fulton street, hat now on hand a fuil line of small musical instruments. Tbe famous Anchor Brand oysters enly at Dcltenthaler's. Artistio novelties in furniture. Nei05, Maiter & Co., 33 to 39 Caual street. Ogling Alloys. Hartman't on Ot- - 1 - utwa aireei, jor ladie a and ffntlemen- everr afternoon and evening. Boy the Stewart banjo at Cam pman's, Hi K. Fulton street. Dettenthaler is headquarters for oys ter, fish and game. Travis gives yon some splendid val ues in new and eecoud band stoves. Those dress tuts and bonnets at Ad ams Co.'s, No. 90 Monroe street, make a very acceptable Christmas pres ent. Buv a Stewart baojo at Campman's, 182 Fulton street. Bich and Flegn.t Noyeltisa. F D. Cartten, the well known Canal strret jeweler, is showing a line of holt. 'y goods that are rich and elegant. There are grists of beautiful novelties, especially selected for the Christmas trade, and it is doubtful if there is a more complete assortment tobe found in the city than that sbown ty Mr. Carsten. Buy the Wahburn guitar at Camp man's, 132 E. Fulton street. ioia Special price, one week only; large tlectrio oil heater for $'J."0; no odor, no smoke, no trouble, one cent an hour for fuel. Leonard's, 29-31 Monroe street. Extra Just Holiday Traveler. These of you that intend leaving the city for the holidays should not go with their trunks or traveling bugs on the verge of going to pieres. A new, bandso ne and styi:h trunk ' r travel ing bag i thine of beauty and a joy forever. Grastotf l?ro.. No. S3 Canal street, are manufacturers and ialers ia these goods. The r stock is lart e, complete and embraces everything in their line. They will make it to your advantage to give them a call. Dettenthaler is headquarters fur oys ters, tlsa aodgsmr. - Furniture of tvrry rfecriptin; high class work; manufacturers' pr;cef. NELXit, Matte A Co., 43 to 3? Canal s reet. value Si, u w GOODS, stock of Holiday Goods Bazaar wo Holicla-v Goodo Can Be electee! Now ciinicu UDeluveiecl (Ti I ki ITI ! rrr Arver XSJYiit TrTmcf itr Vi Arl T-Tn nrUr rr fit fc wifVi -J"- half and one inch wide T CT O 100 dozen Ladies' White Handkerchiefs, with one -LJ and a half inch wide hem and drawn work, 1 Qp the 20C quality, for.. .... ............... --v Gents' Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, with colored borders and 1 Qp all White, your choice of the lot at. ..... . . -XJ T .fYP Q s At 15c Ladies' white and tinted Japanese Silk Em- broidered HarTdkerchiefs, with scalloped edges. Ladies' Swiss Embroidered Handkerchiefs and scalloped and hem stitched, with embroidered corners, worth up to 30c; your 1 gp choice for. . .... . . ......... A V RIBBONS! RIBBONS! s Anollisr Great Week for Ribtons. Supply your wants for your holiday fancy work. All Silk Ribbons, . in all delicate shades, at remarkably low prices "YOU WILL NOT SEE THEM WITHOUT EpJYING SOME." Ho. 2- 5c Yard SI Eros Grain Ribbons;"0 - With Satin Edges. iKo. (l!o. Go. Ufc Ilo. lj0 Quality Satin Ribbons In All Shades and Widths. Opened This Week a New Line.of Fancy Baoketo, Willow Ware and Hampers. DRESS GOOOSE Choice of Wool Dress Goods, French Flannels and short lengths, containing one to seven yards; i 21e Yard 50c to $1.00 a yard. TOO fot?fI I?or mc corc Cords, complete lmc of colors. $1.00 has "Vill Ooiitiinao 4o t3ell nt r ra u u GREAT P llHWUtiOilU llu yg AND MANY OTHER GOODS SUITABLE FOR HOLIDAY io more complete and greater in variety than any provions cc: show many' novelties and at Dry Goods store pricoo. Visit thfci 1 department before making your purchaces. WTLieia lEDeoie'dl. n r H ... At.prices that will require an early call to secure some of these rare bargains hems, extra fine and tip 9 " " 9cYard 16 - - -!4c Yard 22 16c Yard 2 -. . . .... 5c Yard 5-! OcYcrd -7 - - - - - - 9c Ycrd g.... ........... ...4c Ycrd Ho, 12 ................. .9c Ycrd 'Co. 16 -24c Ycrd Ko.22 -.-260 Ycrd been the regular selling price CLOAK a suits 5) D AEE 11 ;iy rii ki u iiU, T -fT1 ZL At 25c. Ladies' work. Ladies fine white Embroidered Handkerchiefs with Ham burg edges. Ladies' extra quality white hemstitched Handkerchiefs with narrow and wide hem. Gents' hemstitched Handkerchiefs.wila embroidery work or colored borders; many of them worth upoP to 50c; choice .. zjcJ, T .fYT1 R For 10c. The greatest bargain ever showu icd XJV-L dozen Ladies fine Silk Embroidered Chiffon Hand kerchiefs, in all shades, the usual 30c quality, for three days l Ora only at. ; (These will be shown in our KID GLOVES. The greatest sale of first-class and reliable goods ever known cl We carry exclusively the celebrated TREFOUSE GLOVES every pair warranted 'and superior in quality and style of any other Gloves manufactured. I fmTm I lOO doz. 7-Iiook genuine Glaco K11 Qlovea (no Ir.:j Lvy I I sin),; . every pair perfect end nerr and cro rIIlr;; readily on our grove counter daily at 31. SO pair. Colors blac!x, elate., mode, tan, brown and beaver; sizes R to 7. Your choice for this sale, per pair. I Q lOO doz. 4-1 ntton and 7-bcol: Gudo Gloves, In crrzo I sbades a tbe assortment mentioned. Ttcro cro cZzd a first-class article and will be olfered during this cdo,(7i I n r per pair, at............. v) I m 1 U I fTm O AO doz. 8-button length nncCo Ilcsqcetcro Glcrc? L.V I v5. every pair warranted. .This let la clscf?! n r coiupleto in sizes and colors. Choice for y mm7m A The last, bnt not the least. Tho ctlnbrctc IZiZl LXJ I T. POUBB GLOVE, with 4 laro button Co vcrj IzZzz j out this season, on which wo have established our rcpstiMcn CLd Kslove Store" In tho city, will bo sold for this ealo, rTf I n p pair at O I . U ( Colors 3Iode, tan, brown, slate. Sizes, 5 to 7. Ouch cppcrtcnlllj for buying reliable oods seldom occur. Although it may not sound cheap on paper, as you frcqucr.U read advertisemcnts,MSpccial Kid Glove Sale at 79c a pair, odd sizzz and. broken lots," a glove expressly bought for a leader but v. j give you the choice of our best lines and renowned makes, in a rr.c: complete' line of new colors and sizes. Attend this sale as early n the day as possible and get first choice. n For 46-inch 51.25 values. AND FUR Sircntly 3Ktedlwcedl fl8 Vara M 9 i GIFTS. Je to ouiirf h1c1l- W ry Ul tomorrow. i white and tinted Japanese Suk Be;- Bazaar.) mom Guinea Cords, Jacques llcirz cl fects and Black Cheviots. These zvo Ct co csl3 For extra quality Satins, in all delicate clIcr, bought expressly for'fancy vrcrk. IPfleea2 n d T 8 y N f o u a 3 V.i. n. r.M n DM ". 1 - u w