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VOL LXXI N? 23,669.
T?i mnrrn? unwIlM. i:irt?hlf. *m?U W Ci \ \ - I ( ) |\ l\ . I ' ' ?'^ I ' A I
SEPTEMBER 5,
1011.?FOURTEEN PAGES. *
PRICE ONE
CENT ^?A??*1^
18.
IN LABOR DAY PUNE
Several Hundred Girls, Gayly
Dressed. Lend Dash of Color
to Procession.
FLAG AS CONTRIBUTION HAT
Crowds Swell McNamara Fund
?Unions Seek to Emphasize
Peaceful Relations Now
Existing Here.
?K *S I Oil -ta'nl?? tern
Mrsture or kr' l i1 *srt?Mds.j ?in?? <>f
the laraTesi ig,gi'?Bgat.?ona o. ?.rsa,v,r?-.
? ha? mitri-hH in the annual
n this ? ? ? - ???a <T'i!
? on was pa I
? this straight
tin? of pasuM
r other e\. Itsbl?
era I I nm e ?
? of bys
e. the g
? gpfkarantl] estate on
hand when he I ? r the
:
is -??
'
I .?
. ? ?.
In nsrcl .-???? indred
-
ssa
,,. - ?.
? ? \ ailing
?
? ? ~ ? gli
The\
| ? ?
? _?? ' ? ? '??err ?
bar Trtanf ? fire.''
Prom "5.0C0 to *8.000 in Line.
who
m?a?
men d?ats ? ? '
SSI
e ...??? Thf
ars was ? I I
* ? much higher. In.
isd a. good
?
i
It 1 man hera
thras and .'.
? -atinn.
"
-- an p??int.
? pr?-?.
: Fifth
? ?
A ?good sa ajesag th*
ssaasg tin aarsslhsasilB ?if
j - an in Uns. The ssasthstw, a?=
?:i the chlldnea ol tbs namlly with
tbrnttt. T:dh ?.dua Itwmtagfi rat tlM ttakUM
were Blnadt
lOTSd on- -
. .
plaza, at lath sir- ?
a
tnn BNloar?, .-. The
start Imooi 01
I was aboiii
I - when Um
.
? . - ? :
-? me Indi?
?
? _ ;in?i the?
1 ?
.- ? i - - rompt.
.: . by the
I no "Sam"
e, BS he one?
wont
?
-
?1 with und?q
? ? tutnultv is ttmea
?' the
shirts
? ? ?? immll ?
Defence Fund for McNamaras.
? ? ?
? - ? ?
I
Samara
. ? ?? ?
? ?
.: \ ? m
I hy Juli ' ?
? ? If? -
?'
I ? inlona
ur In th?
"kid
.
ttons were
i
a "?
eem
the Mo
? '
n gtoi trrh. si H
a it h red
Rag ? . kepi calling
? ?
'
i -i ? ''' '"
heap? O?
? ?...,. ah? snas
\\ Ml;
. : . ::?? Of
"???ri-i ring M
?hat lie had BO*.
' '
? ? tho rtasj Bald
? ?? h] th?- m-iti"" 0*1
. ..n'.-it'iit.d 'he "?ins.
for a iriH'i"' I
. At - ' ' ' mma
. . , ..?rv and Sfhk*
?reel Then hS
| D?BSrSTS Aft.r BMJ 11"1*"
the cfosrd h*a
. ??? it
I . thought tJasa use
txnlinur'l un third pa**"
Careless Riley Buys the
Supper Bv Wallace Irwin ;
A humorous, satiric and.
under the surface, serious
tale of the clashing of the
uptper and lower classes.
See the next SUNDAY
MAGAZINE of
The New-York Tribune
C&l?i FUE.
GOLDSTEIN ASSERTS
Quotes Letter Sent to Governor,
Saying Union Bank Matters
Should Be Made Public.
LAWYERS RETAIN DAPERS
Replevin Is Threatened?Dix's
Authority to Issue Subpoenas
Mav Be Invoked to Compel
Attendance of Witnesses.
-ssemblymsi and
aaao late a m in the laves?
n of thf affair-- nkMl P.nnk
; n mad?3 a statement
'4n the lettar a ? Bsptani ? r
I the
t'nlon Hank. t.. Dtsl i I I ? ?? ?
F Clark? f Klnjj ? ? ?
rdaj mornin*-. Mr.
? rday.
? - ' ? | . s the s
? bat h* knew ? ? ? ndui I
"?* ??t0 bank, at -
.Ity whii-h su
s ould jrivp him
Mr GoMsrl rnenl quoted i
M
?n ,1'in^ 23, advocatli |
? | ? ? section S
grand Jury pr. ? . -.,
' n Inasmuch ss l ? e sacral
?Vh'-n aaki . making pun!;' I
rpected 1
-?????
i>n from hia ? ?
l"\vinc Mr.
grand jury. Mr QaldstetB emphal
ad that nothtni irther
frooi bis mind, and that the
-?? y bad be? ni
-. him fmm UK . a? I
explain ?. ?
te save out his oarn re
Clarka's Letter to Dix.
"'l Mr.
Goldstein:
? rsuant 1
th.? 1
? . ? ?
1 ? Hoi
? ?
mil
astls
would
'
that If
| the afl ink.
The ?
llr?
to ?.?ha ? ? - ? ra nly am?
. .
? in th??
-ara
? ? ? ? ? .
sti| ild bu
the di
??-? % . - -
... ? to
tell thi Inc.
? ?
hsauins '
un lavsstisst?
?i
? ? . i turn?
?a sa ??????.
aad knoa etica 1
tills
-.i.i onl; am -t ? I ???
. . .
? year,
i ? tata
?
.1
-
Mr. Golds! ' ...
as beet
?til Mr G
tai i
?
endin)
? ? n
? ?
i
ery on?
'
?
ami Governor Dix. was seed that
the In*. ??-, lajmtioi ihould be
? ; could be
? -..
Speaks of Indictments.
?
? ? ? . . ? ?
?
,\ r Uni ' ? aa firm
. ? ? . ?
v4 bk b ha
I ;, man? of Us < lain, i pan
pneeeaaton i '? ?< aumlieT i ; docu
? w huh M tell
........ ? the prol ?
. ? ? ? ? ?? ?-,t \ an T .-'???
?um that ? " ? l "" "',;1 '"
an re*
? ?;,, Th.? firm's b
th? I 'tiKiti Hank BBSS* I I
?t r- .-iv.-.l *1-?.<?-a? An Ml
i una llhssj to
the firm deems that H bas s lian
ers
Otto .,-.'?
th? , ar<? h..l.? ' ? "|,,r W
I paid. Th? ? i I wl '?'-"1"- ?-*< '
... it Burnsteln. wl*
: $38,0(81 and ?>? rss Tons
?s about I86.0UU
Mr <i..idst??in said ' '?'?
M 4?r?.ut trett K~
Tonkoaoaj! ore ? ? M sboul ?15.0IS
| i .-iistein sboul .?I"'."?1"
?:,.. |.;,|i.rs frOSB It I
i nollli ? li srm isi * t> as ?
? : he lb?: -*-?
THE DIXIE IV PLOUGHING HKR WAV TO VUTORV OVD ENGLISH RIVALS.
I
OK IV SKIMS m
IHE LINE A WINN
Beats Pioneer in First of Mol
Boat Races for Harms
worth Trophy.
ENGLISH CHALLENGERS 01
Maple Leaf III and Tyrele
Break Down?Viva and Dis?
turber II Bo?.h Com?
plejo Course
a at H ? gi
aststda ' tais IV sped
finish ?.' ? Bra* of t
?
motor i"?*
tr-n of Afty-nilM
?
The next rao ? I
I . ne British, tht
f. r the "th? - ? '
..........
? u n?.t be permitted
'"?:? BtS.pl! '?? f III. Sit
going; 1
- B I
' ?? and that fad
her from fur-. ? " ? ' - ?
? ? ?
Lid not < ontinue and rim:
? : '
a do?
? r II. from Chicago, Sniahed a go?
.. ?
?
Sniabi
?
roas*
with Uni illy s
As Be . -? .
?
: ? '
mil? :
. -?
? - s 11! naJa itea W m
nd - mu? it? b M v'
.nd th
Si! second
mmodore Burnham 1er th
it to be
?
'! Kii?.t:-. ? ?? _
thai
34.42 knots, or ?39.01 ata ? Th
I .?.?-; . ? ? | .
111? V I B i -~ '??' 1(1
tVith ftaajfl dying h
Ireds of si
ene was 1 tu I
? i h? imagj
anda ? ? inn m ??? so to a
?
...'?:-?,.:-. ?
? all pstroll? d, .? a Ide si b
? ? "lit. .slant- U :
of tha ra?" i ofUnitt?
M? nr- K. H itphten, Victor '.. < 'imn... r
and E B Fahonnard, m piosa^ponlng Um
?n hour, th? ...
XII the Am
? rt at 2 o'< lo?.'k.
Ii wat; ? x.ii i ty 2:4
Motor Boal
tha arard ;..r th? warning
Ten ? ' sr. when 1 rator
s .s h liated or th? ommltti ?
for th?
' m the tut
? the si sthward Th.- Viva,
with ' 'aptatoi I i ,t th?. heim.
? - ' la the ? BMtrse mm the
era ha?i tantas] and w?r? appranehiiag
? asj 'm?-, and H s esrsd that
n ?i"\Mi
?With ' ai that could in- h.-arrl f,,r
. ? ?? Dials I\' eaans (.., rtie im?-.
tnr.'WinK a ci?at ? urtain ?f ?prav to
Isasrl and atartKaard, srblla the assssinblad
Ithouaanda ??ii?.i tn? h gpssroeal iba
ne o iihm toa aseo mi- of
in? gun, un m the Plaatsar I ?? ?
right ?if hei
going li?t? "i ggpraaa tram Then isgfsj
ti.? Mai'l?' !.-af III taw lenKthi? h. Um
I untiiueil ?>u irniii pa|
*y*-Ztj?*,''"~
?AM
IV.
HARD TIMES IN ENGLAND
Wintpr of Dea- Food Threatened
?Potato and Beet Crops Fail.
?
The threat
ter ??? | insistent In
manv ?quarters batufffl
Ich a
- r'-trnr'lwff
? sard
milk, bul tatos
Th.- i ? '
I ? ? ?
? no doubt
of a s fallu
ah :???
lau*f*4 I? r
?
J. R. KEENE UNDER KNIFE
Patient Rallies Well After Oper?
ation for Stomach Trouble.
LtOndcm, Dept ? Keene. the
Amf-r
? ? ?
nursing h< ?
tient ralll? i to a il
ment
fing.
i? ??.
.....
t Mr. !
?
condition pr": -
? ? i toward
ne?
BURNS TO DEATH IN MIDAIR
Another French Aviator Killed.
Owing to Defect of Motor.
M lelva, .?-pair.. Bepl 4.?A I
? ir, M i.-' rn making h
flight :.- ? ? ? ?? Ight of
rhe motor el
letting ?
?
Th?
?
aviators Oi 9 Lieut?
irned i
r near Ti
gla On
tres, being to death tx
sfectlv? - had
? ? ?. ? ?
FIVE HURT IN NAVY BOAT
Two Women Among Victims of
Gasolene Explosion.
?Cltti r\ Ms >? ' ' I By the as*
f fas. :.-''? ? . ?u-t
b.,;,t ,.? the United S
? ducal stain W. W. - a Ife
Fa's mother and 1
? . . h ? . ? i
- ; h?- moat
is r burl ? ? hap?
ii.?> River
" .
IK \ v. uh" res-rued Mrs 4 ;
S v .?re under trst.1 ? ??? v,? ,
tal I? l'.irf-moiiTh. S H I -
Gllnser and Mss Petss*oon arara
1.1 daptain fulmar's sumsser home
?
. ?-iif'.-rnni sai sral ps I
the lags The taaptsJn's ?rifa aras ihr?-,??.!,
\ ?.ver th" side nit'' tl s ?..t ' tarant
sh? s?isssjlsd ?here, ha.iiv cut n
I the ]???<-*? and shout the i."<tv. astil the
-.m Wood bJasself lnjtt**ad, s?am i"
h.-r sasslstancs with the help of aearbj
rampera \\...<i raanaged i" u>i Mrs
. tllmer t?> "ai.t?.
?Itbotsgh ih.- sntlr? stern of the ?-urf
hi.at \4 as Mo? 1. to -i? ? BS the
j the craft fl.mi pars
1 board ?*s< api d it Injury?-a rnald oi
i -M:?- '?ilm? r
CUT BHOWa TMK DIXIE IV WISSISG, WITH BOW w KM. OUT OF THE
WATER
KILLS Gil? HE WOOED. I
THEN ENDS OWN LIFE
William Childs. of New York.
Shoots Catherine Van Wyck,
of Brooklyn, at Quogue.
LOVE SPURNED IS THEORY
Youth of Twenty Seen Pleading
with Young Woman Just Be?
fore He Fired Fatal Shots
?Both Well Connected.
- ? .'."nc ip?.in?l. fsent 4 -M.ps
Catherine \'an Wyck, teughtsr nf ai
' .i. nf N-v 1??7 .J<?ra>mon
et, Brooklyn, was ahot and klllaal
"Venire by William A < "nlMs. jr..
of N<>? V..rk. "? h?> then shot himself
fl?>a?i. The murder and suicida occurred
in f:? ? rhen air van w- ek
l
: aroi ar of .Mfre.i o.
i.-, tiples the i ";icc I Mis*
i'hiUls ares twenty
?.??I and h'.s victim ab<n;t a y*ar
"?:r.a?->r Th<- roung man had been
stayinff for ?he summer af tha ' i I 8 '
Ifjaj here.
:? ntli ?? to Miss Van
i all Bununer, Bald his ad
gd I'etrn repelled h> her and
led to ".r ... ? ? shoot
?. ? msbo aralklnaj ?a
L.in?' I -? ? arsons this
ist before the ahootlng They
md forth, ? on ? ersing
? arnesi
raj seta I
tarta it Miss Van
H. en ?
? 11 and then ran t? I ? fi B B BOX?
ng th? .? ?: f Beiden Ha
. ?.hcrr distance through the
?
. ? ? nd in his bead,
rhe shooting
o .??i tape. An
mobil? ? ? that ?ir .i' .mni" :
he g id shot took :
r to h?r home, and Dr. J. <I. '?n-.-rf
mm? wed. The physli Ian I
Hiaa ' an ?V; :1c had been ?h<>t :n
reset and Bh? died about flf
?? ... tea ftei rea hing horn?-.
.\ crowd Had ii?-en attracted by the
bei It waa found thai
Ohllds lia?i fled to the 'orniield it waa
indenL Bert Ptsrson, the
E?rastus F Posi
ber of assembly, entered the tie.?!
Ids, s ho s aa in
lng f?'?'hi? There ras
? ? rra <?f his fore
.i ! ierson caniad him to
? ?:.? Quofjua rlous? T'i?-r?'
? led man died.
Van Wycl*. and ChlldS famili"?
has?- spent th?- summer hers for several
wen prominent stoclalls The
arentfl formerly lived In
.!.. but reeentl? th-?
ar?- said to be
??sorge
GORILLA AND MAN FIGHT
Struggle of Sailor and Beast Ex?
cites Ship s Crew.
i agon, le? t. i \ ?i-Hth Btraajgle on
a bugs ??Irina
I from the wUda ol Borneo and a btashay
In whi'h th.? beaMM waa flnaiiv
fl ?? .n the lln?r Pathan.
frmn Yiakobaana, whlcb arrived ?n this
! |.??rt to-.:a
The r? ? i ?,~.-r Pedda waa the \i<nm
? ?? ??. lated .num.?; s arrath, and
,?.<??.? ; ammamai of tiniiHua!
'?.-?la- "The gorilla
> ? ???? .-?i two hursdred pounds Pedds
.-??! t?-,?- snlmel until it ajrsit.
into a fT.-H7:? It tore ..?it ?>f It:- . ;ikh
?and, ?? ' gigantic, hmrv .irms about
i be ; . re 'urn t?> tli? ?1? i k
i .i.i i- b? Blmoajt misaihiiaian sti
: hniiH'-'ir triiiu being thrown over?
d iintii a ?rr??ui> ?if Mala?, ?ailors
. ihm to isa '-tan??- artth bels?>'lr.g
I run;' and ruaated th? .raz?<i sUitanal'a
?
SUPPRESSED FOOD RIOTS.
!??-. gag i Troops Bad pul?,, nr?
fi"**' ?-hsrt'l? ?iiirpre^-in- the . Bastp f?..??t
astrations la las rfettbera depart?
; m? m ?.
At Manheuge. in 'he Iiepartmeni of the
! Nord, '..?? masifestsnta ?he bad > ?
bletl In i lUburl '" msrrh t?i?,ir?l
Bui w-rt BtaarssMl o;- m? cavalrj
1. ad alass
GARROS ASCENDS 13.943 FT.
Breaks World Record for Altitude
by More than 2.000 Feet.
Param?, France, Bept I.?Roland G
Garros, the French aviator, to-day hr.>k??
the world ? re? ord for altitude
seroplane '.]<? sscanded 1,2!0 n ?
??
Th? - nt of m Gam
Lincoln Beachej ." height record made a:
Chicago on Aisjual S6 sat by J.3?'.
1 lai knot? n in Kttatrice, Lun -
nany American
.M- -.phis. '
Sew Orleans,
Antoi
a
NO NEED TO LIVE ABROAD
Women Think Mrs. French Not
Justified in Remarks on U. S.
B* Talisjia h a Th? Tn. .
est Ta . lassl 4 An- woman hent on
Sci*omBiashing a sssttossi work may do ?o
in spite of h??r surrountllngs. is rh" osan
B ' m eral t.r .minent Minnesota
amasen, r??p-ard:ns; Mrs. Anne Warner ;
: Fren?1!'3 de.laration '.f her intentan of
takinif up s permanent residen?-?3 in Eng- ,
larri. SO thai she ma;, hl - et
atm"Spher?? in Which to pur-?? .
' erary labora,
t oui arell uadantand," said Mis
J, BackUS her luv? fnr England I
i?ivp it myself. ?after ? It is our
m-ithe?- country, but that seems no sda*?
. . ??? reataos isas i ting one ? own ,
?and. MfS. French - " ' ?SB. Of the ;
n ? real n eno mtered in
America Is partially true, but I have I
ad H Imiwasslhlii to save tta
., ? . I ? "tv -r??ati.in If I j
ople And what
? . ?sema to n
aential that those engsged In lit?
..-? 80
rather than ?hun it."
Mrs c. a. Severance, arho has spent
much time abroad, think? a transatlantic
. .;,,. is not .?-.-?? the s? i om
???nir:- n-rk. "We must,
B" own at
moephere,
: shirk the aature of duty
tain ?iui.-t are ssay do ? ir work
right haare at home."
i to think." laid Mrs. A.
m j-. ? Mrs, French ?rere
. - . ? | : <artod
It its I
AT 80 SHE FIGHTS NEGRO
Woman Gives Battle to Thief in
Dark Bedroom.
RridK? port iapl ???Grapi I
a- ith .- ? ? .????? ' - ??' ered him
In her ? h v,r~ etsry '?
Smit1 ? ? der aroma ? I
; - ?
' moment help i
?tant I gro manag? d ?to bras
through a win? i
. ?_-? ind. He ? soon after
t far aw
. ?i
? ? : ?
harm, He | e aa John H
Thomas and aa n Ke ?
. ?
Mrs Smith aras awakened this a
s -vhe?i i band touched ber head. Wie
rsred s insta tying Aa' sn the fl<?.>r
- ? t?? h??r bad and at d him
The; Hlr\iKg\i>\ about 'h>
p-i'iii for a few moments .1 d I
negro broke away onl" tola ledsgali
Heanwblle, In reaps as I
, help Mrs Smith s son rants Into th?
ronm. JttSt tarad the iif?-r.?
pulled away from Mrs smith and made
his dive through th?? a Ind
DELAYED ON WAY TO PARIS
Passenger?? Trunks Held Up While
Baggage Porters Ask Higher Wages.
?agi ? Pasa ssjsi - srrl swj at
DUrg -v the Atn?-r,ri?n LbsS ?'??.?nur
H pari th:.? niorning -r?*ra oa*tayed h gat
I .ff ta Paris OWing to a -t-!k.- I
' ???go piirt^rs Th?> m??ii Inad.-.i t;if> i.hr.i^c
1 M the ship s tender, but ipnrt r?-a<-tilrnr
i!,.- ?a hart r??tuse<l ti. unload ?1 BaalSM tSsST
_.-. arera bss?*eoasd
Their demand- w.i.? re,e?ted. The
st.am.-r itrtaal ool) tJttrl -? .-s -ssa
ra sasaad for pans. ai\o tj -? inanpsii; a
,,w!i employa mad? up a shift t?> handle
? he liaKKaK'- The train was d. laved Hti
. hoST ?-???? * half lu stalling to: the CSSJStSl
OEATTIE TELLS OF
HiS WS MURDER
Insists en Witness Stand They
Were Held Up on Midlothian
Pike by Highwayman.
DENIES COUSIN'S TESTIMONY
Swonrs Hr Hnd Never Seen the
(ha Until Afte- the- Tragedy ?
Confesses to His Relations
with Beul ah Bin ford.
? ? '.ni??, Va. -ier-t, 4 ?
gh m\ -.?.ear? hour? ?t> a .-roTde??
rtreooa, Henr? ciaj Bas?t?
tie. )r . Indicted for the nvirder of hi?
wife. ? hi? 'ife t?.?lr F.verting
? . m interrupted a vigorous
?,n by the ? '>mm"n".ea!fh.
V\ '?-??n endtaaj the ordeal !?>? a?i
r.g court to an earlier hour than
.isual t.>-mi?rr??r\ it in a. m. ? ?hen ' - I
tor L O Wenden'MirR" ""1 * "'
raptd fire ,.f questions.
?? "e -? -\nn J ?>nna Peat ft* I I I
? 'hat .??'irroiinded him <>n all ?ides.
a Indinen, and tr"e<? . ..mmandintz tha
??'?urtr"..m belngj thick with starfna fa M
rlaoner sat for Batata*
"! and ? all?* ted. unfolding t' ?
taila ationa with 1
Binford. a aev?F>nteen-y?easr-oa?! rt
whom the rf"S??<"?t'..,n .1.!??;*? :-.
. h?? hride of a year Not alone
the orgt.-s of t am hefore iv?
BJUUTtage an?) ? - ? .i th?
h? mi? i'le. hut the gres
? the hiah?Aa'ma: and the
to the I men il? me al .? ?pee?i ??
.. mllea at
? . red bod
machine beeide inm. wer?- given t?i t
?:ieir hor-i'nle del
Th? ? ?v-.e pf"*
toed up ? I n gth m
?lonn??] the Mo?odstSln?ed cost that
w-.re the night ?>f the ta
? -
flecki d ertain | ?'arm
? ? ? srag recl;n? d if
:? - rftsed.
Th- clothes f Um lea
been hyrn m| just h.-f.ir?' the
m'.re than an re the
aus occasion to r? fer t?> then I ?
-? ? v ' iian.
I I i ' il ? n ' ?
Day of Extrems Solemnity.
It aras i ?lay of extreme aotemnlt
irtr.iom Th.? gor lies i BM
ar. armi-hnir. his h?-a?l oftSB resting ?
one hand, whlk with the otl ?r v
B knotted handkerchief over
and perspiring face. In the bar ?at |
brother Douglas and his white ham
father, the latter at time? covering h
wnnkied countenance with a fan
some '?artie??l?rlv loathsome de?
re, ited by the ?on. But when the ei
"f the dav ?-ame the richer, as usui
hent over the prisoner ?uYtt-SttOBSttely at
,\i??<ed him.
?.?? ?ir.suered questions r?adily
an "vi..n voice and without emotion. E:
esast f?>r the nerv?njs ?"Ingerir.*- ? I
ha: dk?Trht"f and the characteristic \
l ration of the muscles In his iheeK8. 1
sat Ilk?? .1 choolbov. expressionless.
?.' Ibly narrated the storv of the ? Tin
In no aaasnlsBl did his version of tl
affair to-day differ fmm that srltfcJl 1
at the coroner's innue^t or that
? -fence through it.? artt.
hitherto han c lunar. Th?- dlfetst exan
inat.i.n lea two and a half hour
e/blle the cnM.a-esaauniiis.tioa had pn
three and a half hours \vh?
? .irr.nl for 'he day.
The prosecution In its crnss-examln?
ti??n ga?.-e particular attention t" tW
previous tesr.mor,' ' I
n?-r. If the a?vu:i?'d had on th
n.ght "f th.- r ? ladBt 'aj4i?-ne?i t
S rear of the ma? h.ne, ?hv eould ri
Hot BOB ''?"lng nighwa.tnan I
rear ? ag LI the pti?stsai
BTSPpled arlth the assassin ami s i?
In wresting the shotgun fTi BB biag
? the ?r. ?nd at the ?am?- tin ?
aaae trot
the hlajhwa man b iianus. a
hiarhaca man Bee artth Beatta .it hi
:? ? ? ?.n tlie gro'.mii "
Thaoa qtuHjtlooa the priaonei I
bla testimony ir.it t..-morrow the prose
? ? immer a? ay at then. ?
Denies Pau!'? Statamanta.
liter d< u.a. ? am" fn tti rj
? i the prleoner as Prosscutaor Wanden
k- leetloBsd bun nmcanjninaj the si
; sh'.tg't!: 'or him I".
?..??? :?.??.?? ifs an th? ?-hi
? ? ? -. ??itr and t ? ISfllSSTII
.itter as to the fees a ta v?m?n
!i? n .: ? '1 "1
, ?i I hd?in t ?lone :t I w. n't
Bgala ??!" a million <l"<:.?-^
M? ,: ' >' '
f the gun ami kii"w I?
at or of a tua h
I . ne\ er san th. ' ?'.,
- ight It was rais? <i by
?he Midlothian I ra>
Mi idinttted little of Paul? testl.
.tig hi? meeting? with him
- with his cousin only ?>n
Mght before the murder,
. 'eoh him home in hi? SBB
?ie ??ore, in South Rlch
mon?l tl" .'?i.phatlcailv ?.e'iied that lie
had '"- I "h Paul at atv fpue within
the week ..?- f?.|trilght pre\i?,i.s. and 8S|
^ins ?i?"i iai-.itt<-n the preasacutlua ba Baas'?
? Ml! linger par*i?-ularl\ is to-nigh?
irod ?hrf?
M/ltneatsea ?? to be produi-sd arho ?.????
a .'. Pa . bag. ther alas .?n th
irash.] i lajfcl bel ? 'h?' triiir<i?'r >.
Wife Sugfleeted Fatal R.ds.
Tha? it v..tti ills wit.? ?ho ??.iggeatt??'
? !? sa the M dlothian turnpike eftarr
?Aere rearing the Qwagj h?>me en
j their ret.irn lr? m the drug ftt?ft ?her?
th.-y went lo get a pres.rlption filled wa
; the statement of th?. prisoner as to th?'
?oi?n for th? fatal ride, but when, on
r ?sa-H \ .?ni.iaiion. Prosevutor Wenden
butg a>k?' . tie accused map if he wouhl
takeo atf asgei ndtng even if ?he
' hail not -'igge.sted "the rpin." Ream?
?admitted thai in-? "mmd araa Ban mad
lafj at th.- ?une. '
The Influence ?if Beulah Binford oa the
?are was esaspii-uoua thnnighout the
daj C.iuntel lui the ?le?enct.- twitted thtt

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