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THE EVKlflWO WORLD, ?HTDAT. WOVFMBKF It, lfll7.
f- e i iii i
OF CAPULET AND MONTAGUE ARRAYED IN COURT
HtAUE OFFER SENT Mr. Zte Saulles, "White Violet Girl," Sits With Face Like Marble
TO PETROGRAD BY
SHADOW OF SWORD
Witnesses Tell Soul-Searing Story How Her Husband Was Slain MUST FADE IS US.
Russian Diplomat I
from Stockholm on
tockhqlm, Nr,v 2j a niiiHn
diplomat hunting pea CO offers 0 Itus
' from th COfltMtl Powers li ft iMfl
in n special train to-day for I'etro.
irml, according l the newspaper
LONDON. Nov 23 -Russia's for
m.il armistice with th Teutons Will
merely make formal a cessation of
fighting "hlch already ll a fact. Ucr
many and Austria have already
stripped their lines on the Hii9sln.ti
fronts to almost nothing Most of
the troops used In the Itulian drive
came from the northern war nine.
A MSTKHDA M, Nov. JS. Russia's
srmlstlce proposal cannot he re
Jectcd. but nevertheless oui:ht to lie
carefully examined from the stand
polnt of the entire military situation
In the unanimous opinion of the Bm
1 1 11 press, reported In despatches to
day. "Acceptance," said the Vossische
Zeltung. "depends entirely on the
technical conditions of the proposal
which certainly will be bem volenti)
examined with due rcgurd lo the
military position "
PfcTRfHJKAD. Nov. II Tha Bel
ahevlkl M n. rv Is crumbling awny
while, famine Is stalking nearer tic
capital. The dally ration .n
I ulti reduced to-day. Thu Kor.-naky
Food Mlnistn una udutnant In 11
refusal to rccognlio the UoisbeVlkl
Uovrrnment, and this, with par.il sis
of the railroad, brought the citv to
a realisation to-lay of the near up
proach of starvation.
Eleven llolshenki Ministers have
now resigned. The latest wis Ad
miral Vcrdcrcvsli , as Minister of
My i 'apt Ivanoff was HMDed h's
A genera !ieadiiiarters conf"i"i. e
to-day adopted rafOllttiOlU favoring a
lie All -Social 1st tiuvei niueiit, tu in
clude the Holsbevlkl m wall as the
Mluimallsts, and to be unuci Tsc'ier-
ii A as Hremlei
ash Premier Waata Polish n-
AMSTKKI'A.M, Nov. M. Prof. Jan
Kucnariei ski. the rllsh Premier, -cording
to an Interview n the Prarth
furter Zemins, favors the spaa ty form i
lion of a i'ollkli national airn, and de-
lares that an aliuuipt to .mate a Uov.
einmcut or army outside of Poland
mould he rejected absolutely by him gnu
tne Heaency Council. He is uuoted as
'1 can atate thai the Polish CotlStltU
tiop win bs based on true democracy
namely, general, equal, direct and Secret
Another Uenrrnl strike nlled In l ln-
LONDON. Nov. 2J -Another general
strike has been declared In Finland, ac
cording to a Reulcr d'sp.vih .lateil at
Helttngfore Wednesday and sent by
way of L'leabora. It Is blocking all
civil functions and was called fur the
object of compelling the subst.tutlon of
the Diet dissolved In July. which had
a Borlallst majurlly. for the agisting
Diet, where the Soclullsts art In ths
Pro-Merman '.reeks to lie BapollOd
r' r n ,,i Athens.
ATHKNS. Tuesday, Nov in . Abo il
150 pro-tlerman QrOOKS have boon ar
rested, charged with espionage, propg.
ganda and diffusion of bilge newi 'Do
will be expelled
" -4 I I I XT I I ll III II " Eli
lUlL I I 1 lL I mimlJ- SffiL ss& xsJ$, : - nctF
1 -"?A-l jlo. I .atgm
v u ' - v Hzjy- v v'e, WiTn ;.t5in! iu t the Box"
V ' ll 11 III flMI 1 I "k m in. t.- tight
I ll") ' l j I phoned for Ui Otiy t'lenliorn. the
I n rtei fte had rxnm
i I il ' i adt lacd lo bare hoi
' removed from the. cell to a r n I
I U got a rcrtlflrnt tmm I ha dorlnr
WORD TO FRANCE
eOl. Uruise Declares That Is
Trip Wide to Paris.
Chauffeur Lcti nep
v7o Jrovrc Irr.
LVjia.u1?ei to the
Mentally She's Undergoing the
Immolation to Which Hindu
Widows of Long Ago Sub
jected Themselves After Killing Conso.ts Has to Hear Over
and Over Again the Tale of the Shooting of Her Husband.
Hy Marquerile Mtxx-ra Marshall
'THE suttee of Blanci L e Saulles goes on to-day.
Ld me aJinit at OKI
murder of her husband, John
the obvious truth that her trial tor the
Longer De Saulles, is necessary, legal,
Courteous and considerate, so f ir as
trials may be. Ot course, too, suttee in its original
form was designed to make husband-killing unprofit
able, and presumably had that elfect.
We do these things differently now. Neverthe
les, no one who sat in the court room at MiiuMld
yesterday afternoon, no one who hears to-day the
friends and relatives ol Jack De Saulles testify against
his wile, can doubt that righteously and according
to law the soul, the heart, Ihc memory haunted mind of Mrs. De
Saulles, everything of her except her frail body, are being scorched in
the white heat ot accusation and publicity.
Mi; who write about murder
rlula art expected to draw
therefrom MenoonsM and "morals."
Thai is not my metier -but If then
i" one fact which this particular trial
fairly shouts at every routtf, undis
ciplined, emotion-maddened creature.
It Is that no torment, no disillusion,
no despair, no cr.ishlnR moment,
makes expedient tukiiijr the law into
one's own hands
It has to ba decided If Mrs lie
Saulles murdered her husband, as the
prosecution alleges and the de:. n-.
demos. Hut bar baud, thu hand u
ItenalHannca artist would havo de
sired to paint, held the pistol which
Wiled Jack De Saulles. Therefore, tin
aoftly reared, delicately bred white
violet of a jrlrl was forced to lirsu
.Marshall Ward, her husband's friend,
tell tho am rln tr story of the kill -in
in the living room of the U6x OB
the nltrht of Aug. 3 while the'ey. of
every one in tho court room were
focused upon her drooping head.
She heard thut atory told twice
yesterday afternoon, once In the nr-
ralgnmsnl by District Attorney
FVHCl Will HI
AND SHE GAVE HIM LANCE
I'atrons of HI
Night Bine did ha
a lauKh on Harm
Martens the other
nlte. I'ears that
Herm wuz eatln'
t at his usual plaas
and In front of
him w u a dei n
fine looking glil.
.now now sn y Herm Is smona Hi- waninen
liars thut Harm started t.i coliah and inako
fiuiuy ' noises In his throat to t her attention
She didn t fall f,.r Herm tl ,,V1I :t nnutoa
w-uen she turned round and handed him a box
of Lano Cousrh Drops, suylim. "Did you ev. r
try these for It ?"
Tro'd oiler seen Herm maka a bee linn for
the door with a fa OS that wood make a ripe to
miito look pain beside ll Uuess that'll keen you
v-t . I m
quiet a while
81Z WE ONCE WUZ
They was OOnsldrlbls
dido down to Sam's
Discs last Thtirs nlaht.
H I r a in Hick j. nui
brave constabiile, bet
Kxra Hicks a Nut
Tootsle Roll that we
via descendents fruni
animals. Ilzra sed that
mavbe HI srus, hut he
knew i warn t. Illram
won the Tootsle Roll, he
nvlng that once ha wuz
a little hoarse.
Trstty good, HI. sav
we. but that wus In
ths days store they
I were making Danre
( 'oiik'h Drops.
it' i fmnri LareUkei
i:dwln lieorge. who Is
doliii: a luggllng act !n
vauoevTUa, wants to gt
a girl In hla act to hand
I him 'hints Kd sex as
how a girl In tights
would keep his act In
good shape. Right Idea,
Ed. uy we.
Jim Reed from down
home alius wanted to
be a actor since hn
played the blmdhound
in I'ncle Tom's Cabin.
I Jim sex he wants a Inn
In a .-how where he
can Kit k It In the flr-t
act and then go hum-'
Well, James never did
014 SJt ftol' Hm rhmi ll
unit foaaa afAfri Una
tfenfaol Sapor, Canst
f'ui;n Drani ''as ait
our. fnol matrrj mm
We bad heered that
Janus Young, who Is
oyster opener at the
All-Mght. w ii x the
jaslasl loan In town
Met Jll" on M'wiiv ves
Uidii find told him
folks wuz down on hlni
hei-UZ he WUZ So laX'
las wuz kinder sore nnd
told us we ware wrona
Sed he worked so faai
he will alius through,
lur mistake. James
a;i ii-ia ia
Tit not. Hand fr Iht
Utltirt of fas iifianbef
Answer la .IMadoys
Lem Lovellke. Dra
prtatlk Crltlk of the
Honay Hound, will hav
. .SS.clu?'va right -up
of "The Hoola Bsb.es"
at the Oprey House,
which Is sed to hsv
caused sum senndsl
Weeks and onoa from the lips of Jin k
i 'e Baudot's valet, Jules Hadamek.
IN suave, even poilods thn SQUdrO"
Shouldered DlStrlol Attorney with
the fighting jaw w). oh ahOUld bu an
I aooaaaory of his office, datallad the
I circumstances tha. in hla opinior,
I Imptiad pratnadltatlon and complete
i sanity on the part of HI. it. a !
Is. lull's whin t.he motorad to thi
home uf her divorced hushand, dc
manded her son and, on being re
I fuard, fired fli shots from htr ic-
Ivolver at ths hoy's father.
1'ni'ough hli r.ilh r brief but care
fully wrouirht specoh, tlnougli its
rim, oonoludlng requaat to tho j
for "a rsrdlot saainst tho defendant
I Of murder In the first dt grco." Mrs.
I De Suullea sal lit . motionless.
still-faced, non-resistant. It is aa
I hard to Hunk of .i dj dives to express
her compi t. qulescenos us It la to
define her equally complete beauty,
.which no photograph or sketch has
yet succeed od In conveying to si pub
lic skeptical, l am sura, us to tha
printed word -pi. : urea.
Hon la simply the face of which
one says, seeing it 111 marble or on
canvas, "How M hifully the ait-
iat Idaaliaei nature!" she relllum
Inca tin. I old lanel o( Leonardo's:
j shut "tiny Mho luarn of uny suva
t Nature, the mistress ol all musters,
paint in vuin."
in the wh.ti , io k of suffering and
endurance which shrouded her dur
ing the first day of the trial, aii
listened but hardly lifted her eyes
to look when In r husband's valet,
the last and tnosl drama tia witness
of the day, was testifying.
was "While Is Jack?" (manning her man
tour-yi ar-old Hon I . And onlv .liters lips
sua was given the false sasui in ff
her husband's absence did she say,
according la Julea, "Don't tell him I
ailed - I'm coming over and bring the
Hadamoh also said thai he admitted
Mis. De Kaiillts at the Bog un hour
Inter, announced her to bis miihter,
then hirinl her s.i: "What's tt.
meaning of keeping Jm-u heref I
The valet heard Mr. Do Rgullas re
ply. "No. no; It's my time to have
him." And as Jules went to gntWar
lh" telephone he heard gg un the
man's denial, 'No. no!"
ANOTHHR admission which thor
oughly satisiied the .. ranns ags
Julae's aaasrvatlon that Marshall
Ward came out of the Hiring nnun, .it
the beginning of tin conversation be
ll Mr. and Mrs. De Saulles. and
Marshall Ward was not in Ik.
living room when he. Jules, returned
to find Jack De Saulles dying. From
this testimony the def. use pointed
the Implication that Marshall Ward
was not In the room when the shoot
ing took plana.
Tins taii. tinn, smooth -faced elub
i in I a
promlnt m dark ryce, full
hiirh forehead from which
thc'haii has retreated. WAS SWom aa
i wltneaa jumi hi forti adjournment)
and probably will give Ins story on
the stand lh,. ii si tlnno; this morn
There wis a gathering of the clans
Cupula! and Montague at yeatcrday's
seasioni tin ont sop of Ike room sal
wnii run Krrusuris, brother of Mrs.
-fiillles and a Spanish e.Hallei In
(reel clothes; Amnlla, the prisoner's
plump, plnkcheckod, comely sister,
and the loyttl m i 'i. HuBsnna Manleau.
In the opposite corner, and as far
amy us possible, were Mrs. Caroline
Hagnner, the sist. r of J.u k Da ffeMllea,
who was with hlni the night ha was
killed, and Mrs. l.otiiN.-i llecksher, an
other Slater, tO Whose cue little Jack
hag been confided since the shooting
of his father. Mrs. Degener Was In
dei p black with an enahroudlng veil;
Mis. Hocksher wore ll smart brown
Hut no w ion, no witness, no Issue
In the white Walled court room at
Mlneola can i.ft for long the pressure
of preoccupation with the white violet
girl. Manca Da Houllea lovely, lonely,
accused and yOUng.
DE SAULLES S FATHER AND SISTER
TELL HOW WIFE SHOT CLUBMAN
(Continue, I fr,,m Kn ll P Igi i
Ji i.ks ii. i
l 1 M I .K is a super-valet
in iw sh luldared, w in, a
small lead, gp Ingratiating amile
Voice so SOftl) afs logi tic that several
times .last i n Manning had to ask
him tO speak louder, he was the DOQt"
posit. . photograph Of ovary "gentle
man's g. ui lams ' , ' on or ofr ths stage,
Win n fta heard four shots in hn
master's living i mm and found that
master on till flooi where he had
fallen, while gb him stood Hlaiica
Io fJnullt s. ,.i siiiol lug pistol lii her
hand, Jules sun remembered to In
quire with f ; t fill courtesy,
"Af adorn, what have you donu?"
And when, an h UI earlier, ho un-
tlaulli '.s talephone
toi.i her mother that six
'trump' and that he Wanted to inurr)
her and settln In her own country,
where h.. was going to bu) nil estub
TELLS OF MARRIAGE OF
COUPLE IN PARIS
"Mrs 1 1 razm is w ant. .1 to go lu
America, but be ndvlaed ggain i
She ..II I
-l p i.
her daughters went
k' met them and
this time 'Jack' Ii
ana and thoughtful
i oi y soon. lh. bin rl
and the young Ifi
futhor s estate s .,
f the time they wen there iiti'l went
back to Work on fcfoudu)
"What work they did I dent
know, but I know that In Amiuil,
1)14, Mrs. Da Saulles got 121.000
from he; estate and J.uk Do
Saulles 'tot $15,000 of it. and be
fore the end of the year be iot
Mr. rterhart went Into the divorce
I the life of In- Saul!. a in the
White Light dlatrtct Ho mentioned
jnan lawyer, the dancer, whn was I
Mimed iii Mrs. De gaulles's divorce
.Mr Da Saulha was
fl :.' 1,'iiiiiii actually
wasn't It?" Attor
I I .ttly, rroin un-
1 'ules, without a
sweied Mrs. 1
cull, he i .nul l
oui" while ti.
stood bi side him
"That was ' lb
der shrewd bf -"It
Through ths ski ' ii questioning of
the chief a" i, v for the defense,
Jules, though "I by the State,
made sever,: iSloni which tally
with Mrs De Haw les's story of the
happenings on night of Aug. I.
He said trig! ' first question over
the telephone, uiy in the evening,
from hi r
over to her
"De s.iuii. s gneered at n si
her she was no heiress. H ll
hr to cable to her mother In Pn
mone) with which to buy an es
'hlle. The mot her cahle l h .
she 00 lid not afford It Tl
rushed his young wife ovel
In her delicate condition Hll
soon t,, become a moihe.
Mr. I'tei harl penned p
neglect and cruelty, uyini
MDs smiles look money froi
lots oi money, almost all
He took er to live at Bout I
lehem, Pa., and there nit ht
night lo . fl her alone with
She would receive word " I
coming on a certain night
the train tO meet him. bUI 1
her little home she bol
alone, and when this wen I
on she w. ni home and cried
baby: 'Qh Toodles, dlldd)
love us sny more.'
SAYS DE SAULLES 001
FROM WIFE IN 1114
"Then I hey moved to Heal 1
the Jersey I 'ot it. toul Ihi
home Mr,, thl re lie s.i i
town then on Pride) ntj
this niun M ard. whom you
tend thu .ii ailing T. t
tult, De Similes took mm
H m I he I rusting, lovillM
Wife of nineteen and spent
legu i dbmpnnlons of the pebnr,t,
turn ' t he lawyer. Ms oald dearli
latlpulatlon as to her.aon, ucci
. i ml i j lu the attorney
"He starts out in that "
us f,.. Mr. I'terhurt. "to put her 'In
hgtl i I' sal's she docs not IiUe this
trj i low absurd how u i
,. I 'she had marrl.sl an Aunt
given him every dollar
v.. session or court I bi
SHERIFF, STATE WITNESS
I sin riff Phlnaea Beaniu n s
, for the prosecution, in ,
ll ' rood wltneaa for the defense,
- icy I'tcihart, Iii the face ul ll
habv. I trlct Attorney's oho ,
en from the Hherlff what i
ui re.i alter the arival
woman al the Mlneola
with minder The Sh, i if t,
has ovei y othei w l in
' whlteneas of Mrs. De W lib i
r "in my Judgment," sn i
, 'sin was f.u from being
'. 000 i It. She walked Int., i
! hi r hands in the oat i,
i weatei and said thai
h id '
U In ii
"I didn't think she was iilte ilahl
nnd phoned mr Dr. Uu) f'leghui ll. the
i, ul phyalclan. After ha hml exam
io, I her he advised mo to hnvo her
,.l ft..... tlx. Mill f.. , Mtnm I
Is a s certlflcnte from the dortm
i said thai the removal sh.-uid
, n op on aeeotitH of her egtreme
nervousness and mental condition."
The t.i of Dr. Cleghorn's iei
tifh ite, which was subsequently ad
mltied In evidence, follows:
"Sheiiff Seaman: On account of
the extreme nervousness and men
tal condition of Mrs. Blanca De
Saulles it would he very unwise
to confine her to a cell for her
"Guy Cleuhorn, M. D'
ATHFR AND SISTER OF DE
SAULLES TELL OF TRAGEDY.
The prosecution gol the story of
the crime before the fury during the
morning session nnd iii prolmbly
.lose its cnes this nll'-inoon. Major
Arthur ffryce De Saulles. tho shun
man's father, and Mrs. Caroline De-
gener, hla sister, were on the stand.
The aged father told his story gently
ami in a straightforward manner.
When asked If he km w Mrs. De
MaUlleS he replied with spirit!
"i ought to know her." Hut there,
was no bitterness In his tone.
it was different ith Mm. Degener. I
Her ayae and laws snapped when ahel
mentioned the mime of her former I
sisier-ln law, and her answers to Mr. I
I terhart on cross examination were I
-harp and bitter. She said she was
, oming dow n the stairs Into the hall
'when she saw Mrs lie Smiles Tho
I witness had little "Jack" I hi Saulles'1'
the Inherentfcnusa of the tragedy, b)
the hand. He a is in Ins pajamas'
land she was taking him I" tin living
room to kiss his fathei and grand
talher good night. Mis Degener said
The witn. ss declared sin said to I
Mrs. D Saul:.-- "How do you do,
I Ulanqulth," and wnsn lira !"
I Saulles passed Into the living room
she heard her say. "I have, come for
! my ohlld."
"I heard Jack tell b( r lb it It was
his mouth to hive too child," Mrs.
j Degener gontlnusd "Then I heard
him say, 'No, no,' and ihen I heard
four shots. I rushed upstairs with
J.uk' ami phoned ' ' ,!l" police."
After that, Mis I ' gen t said, sh"
Went downstairs and said la Mrs
I Saulles: "Wliul h you done,
lllaii'iulta T" Mis 1 '" s nilo s an
a i'.i: "i had lu do li There g
nothing elan t.. be I me "
Major De gall lea I I if being at j
lha Bog on the night "f the tr ig, dy
il" sa.ii thai he . ni l Ml i 1" gener ,
met "Jack." Ills son. Si Sheiry's.
where they bad lunch, and then
motored Mil to "Jack" Pa (taulles's
home at Westbury The Major said
nounced her." continued Major
De Saulles. "I was lyinq on g
couch and 'Jack' was in tha can-'
tre of the room. Mrs. Da Saulles
came in and 'Jack' advanced with
outstretched hand which she re
filled. 'I want my boy.' she said.
'You can't have him.' 'Jack' told
her. He turned away from her
and then she fired four timea at
him. I got up snd 'Jaek' star,
tiered out throunh the Freneh
window to the porch."
"i ran to him and his former valel
helped me lo pick the poor boy up
an.i put him on the couch."
Mr, rterhart did not cross-evainine
the raib'-r of the .bad man.
Con- table Is onnr l Thorne of North
Hempstead, w hn win, sheriff s. -a ma n
ui' I'd Mrs De Saulles. told of re
111 R S phone message from tho
It. IS . id "f going to the house.
"We told Mrs, De Saulles wio we
were," s.h.i lha wltneaa ami sin- snM
slu supposed she must go with us.
YV i Ii id mot. I to the'llox. and look
Mrs, De Saulles out to the auto. She
Offered It" resist., nee I folio l the re- j
Volver on I Sih.-lf in the hall The re-I
volver was produced ami Idanllnegtl
Tho witness snl. I that lion th.y
"topped at her oir, which had been'
waiting in tho road, she said she hud I
shot her hue band and hoped in would I
die Thorn.' added that when tho
Prtl arrived at the court h use Mrs
Da Haullee oallsd up "noma cantaui"
nnd said to him: "I've shot Jack."
Then she hung up and said: "My (tod
my Oodl that makes me tiled"
MADAM, YOU'VE GOT YOUR
' She Raid sh,i was hungrv.' resumed
the wltneaa, "and I said I would go
and get a glgjui t k ,ter Jus
tlca of the POMg Jones slid to her:
'.M id un, you've gat yoUr wish; ,,ui
husband la dead.' Hh., s,.,.i "u..
II My tiod!"
Mis. De Sliullea listened With
" " in in,, toatlmony
oi iaiiinr-in-isw, sist A
that of Marshall A. Ward.
ii nu "t ner rormer husband.
Ward tol l the same storv win, ), hs
told at the Inquest on the body of Da
Smiles. He was In the living m
g hi n Mis ll,. Saulles entered.
I'Artf.a. Nov 23-1 E. M House
nd the other members of the Amer
Mission have made tha aulckeat
trip from Imdon to Paris sloes th
aar began They crossed the channel
at the rate of thlrty-one knot an
hour and traveled from French sea
port, where they landed, to Parts In
" l H Mtg at a speed unmatetied
lu three years A H. Frailer, of th
American Kmbasay In I'srl. and sn
ttaeke of the French Embassy In
London accompanied the mission
from tha Hrltlah capital.
Commander Haylea, of the Amai
l. an l.mbassv, ami Haron Theodore
j Herckheim and Maurice Caeenave
representing the French Foreign Of
) rice, met the mission at the French
! seaport and welcomed thorn to rronrc
j Cel. House, for himself and In b
"ii w ins associates, said concern
ing the purpose or his mission
"We bring to the French Repur.1"
i message of encouragement from th.
American millions who are mobilising
lactones, farms anil unnn milir.
"There is a grim determination
among us to wage war until the world
Is free from the shadow and speoti.
of the sword. We had In mind n..
material gain. What we want Is an
assurance of permanent pence, an, I
the tramp of our soldiers upon th.
soil of I'm nee will ho heard over In
' leasing until that Is achieved.
"It Is here that our brave men ere
come to mingle our blood with vrtui 1
It Is here thi ll crnie to gather in
splratlOM from your heroic deeds.
"oui Proa Idem id our country aai
the Issue clearly, and Trance ma.
confidently count nn PVerv rusui
bn at our command."
"Jack was in tha middle of the
room", Mr. Ward said, "and ad
vanced with out -stretched hands.
He said. Wall. Blanquita, what can
I do for you?" She said. 'I...
- . t WW
come for the boy,'"
"Jack replied that was impos
sible and turned from her. I saw
four or five flashes and heard a
number of shots. Then Jack
teugarcd nd snd I ran to
Mrs. De Saulles and grabbed her
arm. She said, "I'm sorry; I had
to do it.'"
On cross-examination Mr. ITtorfSarl
osked Mr. Ward If he had ever Is .
convicted of a crime.
"No," snapped the wltniss.
"Voti swear to that?"
Mr. t'terh.irt produced legal pane
showing Ward had been Jailed ,
"using loud, Indeooni languagji an
being drunk" in FtOCtor'g, New Yorl
"Does that refresh recollection''
I terhart asked.
"Yes, hut 1 never was convicted
lha crime," Ward snd. "Thut Ws
for ii hght. I was arrested ror Hgiu
ing In lie. tor's and Jailed because
COUldn'l pay a Hue nl $111 "
Renewed threats of viol en oa aguii.-
'Oel Manning if Mrs De Saull.
should he convicted resulted in ad
dittonel precaution being taken i
prut act the Judge t,,.,ay. I'wu con
nfllrers BIOl him at the railway si
Hon and escorted him t" the coui
room Bveryone entering the eou
ro in, even the newspaper men, w
fi It for weapons
'I'llt to I
- fiunga or air.
.t mr, o'clock
himself, "Ju ,-k.
M irshnll A
men went into
v.i i announced
ii .a I
a r'-st and
a i iinner and
, . . comprising
gem r and
eft ihe table The
itlng room and
m 1 1 i ! s.i al lea
I think en d.ii.'ihter an -
.nui I look i
wise g ivrwigg-t t;
HADE Of CORN C 5k
LIbt rln Bond IccepfaoJ
n ( tilth
lately l p to $25.00
A(sortroenU ut ihc height of their
ranpltnel brilliant cxumnles ol
V flour Oxfords
(.ermine Fur Collars
Hie; gnvelopiog inoilfls the
if . i 11 i . .
iig-nt oi idiu wciiiiicr rich in
lieurnwe as tney are m material.
IJuntrredi of beautiful oogti which
were the talk of the cit at i..oo.
Mli rations Without Charge
An jrali Vp?r Food
v -" gg) v r w v- w -mw mw m.
sgrls rul Sf. i - W. Nth if. BrouU di W. Park
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