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TBI EVnriWO WORLD W CD t !) AT. KOTIKIII Mi HIT.
ip5. Z) SAULLES CORROBORA TED BY HER MAID AND SISTER
Story of Mr. De Saul lex MRS. DK SAULLES SKETCHED ON STAND; SISTKR AND MAID WHO TESTIFIED TO-DAY
That of Every Fond Girl
Who Weds a Light-o '-Love
Gay White Way Wm Hm Fira! Love, ami H Never Wu
Unfaithful to It Eiuat Whan Ha Went Away to
Court Ika LillU Chilian Girl Who Bacarna Hm Nam
aia aa Wall aa Hia Wifa Blanca Juat lha Sort of Girl
for That Kind of Man to Marry, for Sha Didn't Hara
to Ba Watchad, Whila Ha Navar Could Ba Sura of the
Broadway Sirana So H Laft Har Alone lo Kap
Watch on tha Others
By Sltnia Urrrley-Smith
Tft tw tow (room Mn?-.u. Bianei Ut id told Iri li I I
filit sb; nuJtf f.i keep the ivc Dm mm hi man i l ne jiA
. mtttgti that her idler , raisin lotw I)e Baullf li i husband ind
m.iic itgnt-u -iovc.
John I)e haulles
loveliness of her
her fortune had
replied in her cooi, effortless voice, "In a way, yes."
So she had r.ot even the weapon that almost every other young
woman takes into the struggle tor
aa old. outworn but still llvinf tenderness.
tTJNi'i rim mt'MJM did not
realise that whfn John De
Seniles married her tin bad a wlfn
drwtdy; that he tu wedded to
Broadway, Iti tawdr' tinsel. Ita light
Jokes and lighter loves. For Uroad
way wai De Haulles s first lovn and
his leaf. He was unfaithful to
Broadway only during hti rapid
aw -aourtahip of the little Chilean helreaa.
who Wm to become his Nemesis us
wall aa mV wife. Jlroadw ay had taken
away front, De Huullea, as It has done
from other ,aien. the taste for decent
woman. It fcave li in rsStlSBSBSSS of
mind and heart and body.
He could not think m- ebotit one
woman, could not lovo one woman
VOU o ft en hear
people say that
the Avenue is twice
as interesting asseen
from the top of a bus.
And as a matter of
fact, it is. Twice as
many engaging shop
windows, tor instance,
upstairs and down
and all of them' com
fortably seen from the
familiar top of the
ft THE HONEY HOUN,
Caught Stealing Lance
Caught with the &
time Eira. VV'n'i
alnce the publlcaahon
of the Hound we hav
put you In
had to reeport a roo
bery, one of the most
daring that has been
aaw In our fair city.
Bsra Long, scoundrel
that he be, was enught
rad-handed by Hiram
Hicks, our brave con
tabule, In the ack of
ateallna a case of
Lance Cough Dropa
(rum Ed Weeks' Oen
Biru put tip fer his
deefense that he had
red in the HOUND as
how good Lance
Cough Drops wus fer
a husky throat and
that Ed's store warn !
open so he had to
break In and get them
Htram HI ek told
Esra that he has
peopla who saw him
do the stealing, and
El said ho had 4,000
who didn't That kind
Ef Eira veta sent
ai we will hav to hire
Hit m hod y to be O u rvrd
of the (bounty- Jail,
they being none at
Krfai nt , I 1 1 -c nn there
aa boon no prUonora
far Quito a spt-ll.
Among the ta.ift0s uie
havt to be more raun
thankful for ii I.auon
Found A sure way
to cure a cold, easily
and speedily Address
The Honey Hound.
They hav ao many
people writ in to say
how good Lanw tlougn
Drops are fer curing
and preventing colds
that we are thinking
of starting a Testi
monial Pept Watch
far the first TEST Wed
of tomfoolery won t
gat ou nowhere.
f -.ft.. I ....... I 1 - 11 lib. 1 . . I.. . . ' .
ware . : io iMiiri mm mm ic."iiiinx linn law m hun aha ii all '
the nun she v,intcj him lo be 1 i,f ef aer Heat Bad aaeetot
Her Mor,. save fOf the trtlh mtfiftf, n the """ ,'" ' " k '" " ' 1 " "
. , , . '"in. truth, tha fa I BrS toia
Mor W ever tonJ, simple irl who m.irries an..,, . ,,,is,,,..s ikat
1 m " ' f i ... ... . . . ..
she was, this girl had ifalied that
did nol marry her tor the white
classic face. Asked it she thought
influenced John D( Saullcs. she
her husband's love
,i, .. ,
-wit wtjusju ui
long, could not evn remain under the
aame roof with her without growing,
aa ho 00 often told his litUo wife,
dn adrully bored.
Uroadway Inspired 1n r Saulles a '
distaste for such Mlmpln love as
Blanca Do Baulles could give him. '
She was. of course, tha sort of woman
to marry the sort that sever glvea
her husband an Instant's Je.ilou.-v, but
lOVaa once and 'or all time. A man
would always know where lha was. '
what aha was doing and thinking
nbout and, of cot,.-3e, would have more
time to run after the other women
tha women of whrfm he would not be
ONE of the women of Hioidway
quentod while his little wife kept a
lonely vigil until I and i In the morn- 1
lug. could compare with her in beuu
ty. But they had one supremo ment I
in De Haulles's eyes they did not love I
him ao much us ahe did.
His wife the mother of Utile Jack
was always at homo - always over- !
Joyed to see her "precious dudaboy, '
as her letters tailed him always
ready to forgive him for being rude
or late or drunk or quarrelsome. On
the other hand, what other man
would take possession of th Broad
way beauty he followed unless he
kept watch and ward over her'' Why
should he leave the woman lie meant
lo keep for tho woman who would
keep Indefinitely? Broadway knows
no answer to that question, end
neither did John Do Saullcs.
TT Is entirely conc eivable to me that
man should tire of Hluina lie
Battl lea, beautiful an she is. For Mr..
I'e Haulles does not possess what
Uroadway culls "pep" and "zip."
Neither, to be sure, does Venui de
Mllo. Itlanca De Saulles has nppnr
ent.y but one expression and tun one
Ideu'the Iden of happiness through
svo. Lovn she never hud, and evnu
tho poor counterfeit Do Saullcs had
given her soon failed. She had no
other resources. Win did not care for
society or books only for her child
and the pretty clothes, which would
muko her morn beautiful for her hus
band. She toUl ynsterduy of Rolng t.
Butl W nn dnim
mlnK Up quit- K blz-nt-as
In advr , hi hav
HirT twu for tiiU l.-sNUf
MnU wiintpj tiH'in luth
j i ' 1 1 One ut a Mm',
t-ani. nay w ?.
is a mere
Uncle Josh Bkln
ner. who has cum tew
town to villi Te Kd
told us that Hensfoot
Corners wus doing a
lot to save coal fer
the country. Bel as
how the Town Im
had them two
lights on Main
m " faaajjBjjajjjjkw
fw ' ir aBBBBB ' ' W
V tBBMTO aW A
Mrftta wi'ii hw' r.r.i.k . , ,
Hiiile' nafflarl A" I "ii" ho
Mard it c'Hii i dmihi i hi n itti n( ihsi
i i NAI i MM m
. ! h' M i , t
r In r a of Ihli Mid r.
mas lir.-aim truth. I'e fa I
aan bataaia mbOmiimi a
, beat In John lie Hjui m
"r' im naui.M if,,. ilr
land fur her alone In her hiti ,,n
'1'hal, aba ibo'ight, no rum BOUldl tuko
And then Broadway Baffan to roavb
nut Mnlatai hand for her lltUa eon.
Mia father look little Jn, h 0 ,,.,MieB
whi re b mcl wnrnea Wliom t. da.
Clibad afterward tObJBmol
iww, niipiTlirnil Wl
v. wh , : .vished
t(,,.r ,.,.,y ,,,., -,, an,--
"" daj tho in i m reii
OM day tho
as to bo
mntner or a woman who
. i Minn his him unil mm her
..' ,"""nmi much as she did
toia mm. ren in Blaulea I
Saullea'a taatlmonr. "that nn matt
ioii a o.iy nves. ue will nevnr
finil any one who would love bin as
much as his own mother."
Hut the. little boy liked the parties
and thn gay Indies whom be railed
bis "aweethoarta.'' When ba raturnad
to ni l tnotnera noma n wus onit in l
tell of the delights of being away fr6ffl
DOCTOR TESTIFIES MRS. DE SAULLES
WAS IN A DAZE AFTER THE TRAGEDY
(Contlnuad from llrst Page)
ory, after hearing "Jack" la Saulies
aay she should never have hat child,
was on Aug It,
Miss AmaJlu KrrazurU, alster of
I Mrs. Ie Saullcs, testified tliat her
aimer's hushand had tried lo get con
trol of her mo'her'a estate al Vina
Dal Mar. and also had endeavor I ti
nlienale little Jack from his own
Miss Rrraiurli created something
Of a Mir In court when she look the
revolver with Which har sister killed
He Saulles and demonstrated to the
Jury how it wan fired
SAYS MRS. DE SAUL L EG ASKED
HIM TO GO WITH HER.
P. Btawort Inglehari was tha flrsi
wltneaa called to-day, Whila hla
testimony occupied only a short tunc
it was deemed exceedingly Important
by the defense is tendinc to prove
that Mrs. Da Baullaa bad no thought
of murder in hoi heart when she
started out for Th( Itox on the even
ing of the tragi, l l
Mr. Iglehait. Who Is a member of
the firm of SV R Hi. ire & Co. South
Amorlcun nun u nits, said hn had
known Mrs. I.- s, miles seven years,
having met boi III har mothers homo
ut Vina Del Mur, Chile.
"On the nlffbl ' f Aug. 3." said Mr.
Iglehart. Mrs De Saulles called me
I up on tho phone al my botlaa and
said she wns vers mu h worried he-
cause of the abeenee of her boy. She
suid ho wus a' the Hon and should
1 have been returned to bar at t
I o'clock Bb H'i:.l she hud been ner
Ivoua sTivo ii o'Cl it'll II was then after
1 and she sunl ehe had telephoned to
the Hox an I bo I net n told that the
boy hud been p
Hox for the i hi
go with her, ae
alone. i told h
to hi d.
as going to The
and wanted mo to
waa afraid to ao
'li.it was too delicate
10 interfere in und
a matter for ins
asked her ta '
lo dinner and not
worry. Bhe eald s''e could not take
the 1 taiie. as si . mUBl have Jack. Then
I extended en nv intnin lo her from
my w ife to lui h with her. She irotn-
laid to inn. ii
h Mr a. lalehart on
the following day."
Mis.s Brraa -1 iz '"hi of thi
Leave it to tne youngstersi Tney know the difference
betweri lust "cccoss" and rich,
And It' teid for them builds
i iiiMaaTirai latrrwai i am aaa y
yw -"mf '
her. No wonder that Blaaaa He
Raullaa thouarbl the huaband niie had
divor I was tr.ng to win her rlilld
away from h: h 'ier
A Nl whi n alie hi . ii Itlinl.iMt words
BDoken by John Da saiiiies the
'word." to Which sho tc tilled: "You
to her sister flt their home In Vina
Dal Mar in 10-'.
The witness refuteB In pari 'ho
testimony of 'uit Wmiam Jones, the
pistol expert of t ne New York Dis
trict Attorney's office, who testified
that It required two distinct and sep
arate pressures to discharge the
automatic revolver used In killing
HANDLES PISTOL WITH WHICH
DE SAULLES WAS SHOT.
Miss Rrraaurla admitted she was
an expert herself, and had carried n
revolver In her own country, the
had practiced with this one.
When the revolver was banded
to her, she did not shrink from it
as bad her sister. She took the
weapon m her qloved hand and
pointinq it at tha wall showed
how to shoot.
"Winn V'li pull the tricui " she
said, "the h imi automatically preeaea
the safety clutch Ifl the tock The
safety device is merely ,i protection
from the weapon being dlechurgod In
the pot gel aa in the i v ni of its
Da Baullea, Miss Brraaurle teatlfled,
asked bei in ithar to buy him an es
tate in Chile, while he and lire Pe
Saulles v vlaltlng ihon War
j mother tain sh
i off ere, 1 to give
could not do thut, hut
her a. ti-ln i . n fiart
of Vlnn pel Mar, hi r aetata, I ir San
tiago, the witnesa declared De
Saulles Insisted upon being given
complete control of the entire estate
and when thtl was refused . young
said in treated I
it he i
Miss Brraiuria "'K0 gnvi it
in BUPPorl of the d tendan:
that Pe s. coi.s aoturhl in
I 1 1 m
his son', iffrctlone for his n dher
Ihrauarh n nuree whom he angefi f foi
'the boy. fii i visits ut m- father"e I
home, mas Brraatirla eald, I boy
would be unmanaaeahle when, he re I
tl1i-i....l I.. U I - innlt..,'. ....ul.wlw
o,,. ,;.. , i.. . ,'.
name for the nurse) told h m 10 'HOl
bad' when he returned to nil mother,"
witness d elarad.
The witness said her nether,
who retired from the courtroom
durinq Mrs. De Saulles's cross
examination yesterday, was "very
"Hey! Say Runkels ,
to your mother!
chocolut , Runkel'sl
'am up strong and solid
' innox lute him now or ever" all
her hideous doubts dissolved In a more
hldeoua certainty. And in a fretisy of
CiUlraaed motherhood ahe killed him
However, theae things rest in the
un tried hands of the Pn Saulles iury,
the twelve whitaaairad men who sit
In nidgnnnt at Mlnenla
ill." This was regarded as an in
dication that Mrs. Errarurix will
not testify as was expected.
MRS. DE SAULLES'S MAID TELLS
Buaanne M oateeu, Mrs. p auiiea's
til lid, followed Miss Err.izurlj! on the
Itand, Hhe told of the happenings on
the night of Aug. 3.
"I went upstairs." she Midi "lo gel
if the madam wanted gomethlna she
nsked me to go with her to get Muck.'
I t' li. phoned for a taxlcab. "She sal. I
In the cab. 'I hope we get there before
Mr. Pe Baullaa gels buck.' She told
the diner to go quicker. When we
went In the door at The Box we aaw
lack and Mrs. Degener (Ue Haulles's
It was at this point that Hutanne
deecrlbOd the artuul tragedy and he
"Mr Pn Saulles was fating Jter
win ii she fired three Utiles," tho mnM
declared. "I went out In the hsll
With her Than w went out und she !
told the taxi driver to take euro of
Q Did shs say on the way to
Hampstuad that she hoped bee
husband died? A. She did not.
(J. When ghe wan leaving JudBO
loins' office how did she won! to go
out? A. Through the window
Mi Weeks read the girl's statement
In his office shortly after the I ragBrty
Hhe then laid that Mis. Da Haulles
rt aehed around to her lefi pocket ami
drew the weapon, slow'.' I used her
rlirhl arm and flreil threi shots while
Mr, Po Baullaa faced her. she ad-
nltted tins was true.
C.AY3 DE SAULLES RAISED ARM
AS IF TO STRIKE,
Q. Do you want to aay that Mr.
De Saulles did anythiny while she
was domn all this? A. He looked
as if he was qoing to jump st her.
But he didn't jump.
Q. Did he make no motion ' A
Yes. he did. He raised his nqht
hand as if to strike.
Q Didn't he turn around ' A
(J ou heard what the dootori s.Hd
Into 0B the stand? A I don't care
a ha I Hie doctors say
Miss Monteau'a depoaition "as
made a week aftei1 the ihootina Una
showed on the Hiate's map the i. ng
r",m ' "hooting look place
She indicated I hut It waa In no nit the
antra of lha room Tho maid da
lured she didn't know that Mrs pe
Saulles was going to BB( Ml Dd
nauiiea wnen may ian the t i iai lye,
ii i Lome, for the Box.
Ml. Weeks usked her win slie, A
maid, followed her mlstiess Into the
living room She said that she went
there to protect her mistress
Hut she protected hcrse f, didn't
he?" put In the Dlatrlct Attorney,
"Yes, she did," sutd Mr t let rt,
Ml I, Pe Saulles's attorne
I The meld declared thai M II, De.
j inner eald after the ahootma "Oh,
BlanqUlta, why did you do '
I Mrs In Ketier. ahe eald. did B0I put
! m r hand m the arm of Mrs. pe
Baullaa and the latter did pi I Bnewer
I Q You heard Mra. Defend lay 0B
I the stund tha Mrs pe s.vi H d I
I anawer her" a. hoc dm i Hi.
I DR. WRIGHT TESTIFIES Or MM
DE SAULLES'S HEALTH
Dr. J Sherman Wlgh', t suing
! s irgeon of the Jxng lelar. i College
II .sj.'.Ml said ha saw th 'frndant
In the Mlneola Jell for the first time
on Aug Wtti Dr. Louis C John-
j. son nn mane nn examination or aara.
Pe Seniles. Hhe was lying on a bed.
I MJhe was pale mid took crv tittle
noti of bet sin i ountllngs she was
purrv in. ier tin. etes, sviii.ii were
soon whit hliie Hjey face was puff)
lie. eaawera wara vaaus and con
rut "I Raked her lo put h.r fnngue
nut" continued Dr. Wright "Hhe
ill. lot do It at flint. It wus swollen
and kef nulla were cracked. Her
hall is dry and brittle There were
s. Illmrs on the backs of her bands.
Then, were linings under the akin
The sgin left an Impression wb 'ti
pressed. There was little hair on the
lege and arms.
"Hai temperature wa below nor
mal 17 I couldn't find her pulse at
the left wust. II was ,'iti at thn right
an I normal pulae Is '
"The pulse was weak The
heart sounds were very feeble. I
raised her up and tha muscular
effort showed her breaWtinpj la
bored. Her head, face and abdo
men I touched and abe shrank and
whan I touched her head abe
"Or. Johnson took her blood
testa I felt around about the nsck
on account of th swelling, on her
legs and hands and oould not lo
cate her thyroid iilands."
X RAY PHOTO OF MRS. DE
SAULLES'S SKULL EXHIBITED.
rhe doctor said he soon began th
administration of treatment to roll
UIl condition and he said he believed
Mrs Pe Saulles was In consnlrrnhiv
batter health now ss ii result On
": f his examinations, Pi. Wight
said, he made an Xray photograph of
Mrs Da Haullea'e ekmll. The photo-
graph was Introduced In evidence und
exhibited m an electrically lighted
It was n proltie view of the skull.
At lha tioint near the forehead) indi
cated by Dr. Wight, an appreciable
iowennB ,,f th. iin. marking the top
or the head colli I In ecu
The depression, ahlcb the witness
Bald lowered this portion of the Hue
Indicated, u Uirev-rlghthi of an Inch
dei p and about une and one-half
Inohaa in diameter. He said tina ub
normal pondttlon resulted from
skull fracture auatalned some years
pn vloiisly und wlnrli had in vci.be. n
relieved by a trephining operation.
With the strong llghi behind the
picture the Interior of Mra, De Baullaa'
skull was reveuli .1 to the jury und
the physician Illustrated thn locution
of the depressed fracture The lurora
Wore Invited i lUdgf MBBRlBI 10
take a closer view of the kull. but
they nontaBted themselves witn an in
Hpcctlon from then seal
DOCTOR DOESN 1 USE THE TERM
Dr, Wight ntadi ne uee of the term
"hypothyreaoaie" the name given b)
Mrs. pn Haulles s attoineya to the
thyroid disease Kfliieh they aay she
was suffering from and wio.n rauaed
ii tiuntal d r.i igein. n' i' 'he tlBM
or the shuotint; lit of none, dis
lodged bv the a Idanl to which ref
ATONE of cryttll rlearnest anl
i ,ii f fulliK and beauty in ioh
rH'SSt'll 1)N lilt'
taaalaa fsi iMtbmsiibi o auanrv
Ur c l i a s as a Sfki C
'.'711 Bra nl'
it ISd Street
i st Heinle St
lence linB Been made presses upon
t ie brain ag 'he defendant si lha
poknl wii'SB, he geld he found the
.i. pre at ed iraa
A few .1 ib I.", i iht i ting Df
Wight declaali, Mrs m Baullea mads
the nisi iiiieJUgllile remark he had
heard from her when she asked
"t 'an my hushand taken my hab
nsny from me''
"Then I lol4 her her husband was
dead" rontlnBBB Wight. "She did
not seem to cBBBprehend. but looked
blankly Into snajai "
Pr Wight naatlnUed tha physio
logical hietorv of Mrs De Suullea as
ho had received It through her while
ut tending her H suul thut she hud
dlxr.y spells, ntUBaen and headache
t'nder his BUldaBBa ahe rBBpondBd to
tho thyroid treuteBent
On July 17, this fBnr, Mrs Ie Saul
las suffered, he Old from the heut
vary much Slie Bad Ilia symptoms
described Including loss of memory
Dr. Wight told bow dbe related to him
i Im incidents of the Bight of Aug I
aha mid him this starv on Seni lit
mid, he said, got no further than she
hud on the stund when telling her
story to the Jury. (In Sept SI Dr,
Johnson, visiting her with Dr Wight,
made a hlood test and pronounced In r
SAYS DEFENDANT'S CONDITION
HAS BEEN IMPROVING.
Her condition had he. n Improving
nun c then Tim doctor then deecribed
her ailment, tha IBM k of saorotlun In
the thyn.nl gland, Which raba bar or
the proper ex rclse of the three most
important functions of the brain, rca
BOBi Judgment and OOBtrol
Dr. Wight SBM thut. In addition, she
waa affected by the depressed frac
ture of the skull Pr Wlgot said
Hint similar depressions an IBBI in I
Mrs. lie Saulles's skull Hie lint usual
In thai of the average man He said
i at he had not taken a picture or the
ahull from more than one ungle Hi'!
son i that ii waa not poeelble thai the
depression Whleh sliows In the picture
was the shadow of a Vein
In Wight said thut overdoses of
thyroid extracts might produce rest -leaaneaa
and hallucinations. 111 by
pothreeoala ho said thut aweiiiiKs mi
tiie body came slowly.
"What are you smiling at, dOStorf
USUI .1 M I Weeks.
"I'm not smiling," raturnad the doc
for, with dignify
MRS DE SAULLES PAYS CLOSE
ATTENTION TO DOCTOR.
D. Iiouie I'. Johnson, physiol.n;
i. al chemtet, followed, lie spent last
yaar al John Hopkins I nlversitv
studying bimei proBlama, lie saw
Mrs. pu Bautles Mist In the J.ill on
Aug I, He want 10 assist Pr. Wiulit
in his dlagnoala Hs found Iter .iti).
iiilc, In a condition Of hypothyroids. ...
lha nature of whien be explained in
the Iury w is atrophy, or dying of iht
thyroid gland. Which furnishes tin.
lift giving brain secretive, He bald
To the very minute technical ties
CrlptlOB the dortor gave of the young
woman'e condition, Mrs. Da Baullaa
paid Hie closest attention.
in Johnson said his esatnlnatlon
led to the opinion that Mrs. De
Si.ullea was suffering from hjnpovb)
reoale. Mr Weeks confined films, ir
lo a few questions, reserving his
Pr. Sm.th Kll Jelllffs, nervous dis
ease sM-olallsl. waa put on the stand
He saw Mis. Da Saulles on Aug II
I the Jail
"She waa l ing down,'' he said, "und
alri tLomumui. 3ur.
10 Rroadwai (Standard Vrcsilr)
llrooklyni l'.N3 Pulton St.
had rorraldsraals pallor Hhe waasuf
ferlrg from aort of n.maama Hhe did
if well, of une well If. r pupils
dilated and emntrartod from smottem."
The tongue was dfiubly the sue It
should i.e. the mouth was drv and tha
ns ermntv. the wit,,, a said
rhe n.ptorna he described were sin),
liar to those dearrlbesl by tha two
plivsi. I,, us Who pre.-e.lcd him
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