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II THE SUN THURSDAY D MAY 26 2890 1910 01 + 3
BIG SAYINGS BANK GUTS RA1 RA1nuts RATE RA9VSIOS I Il
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rroDMlilon te Make fhe lIe Heduell RldaetiGenrrslserrate HeduellCeneral i itarnllntrnse
Ceneral tarnllntrnse Inerrase firm Saggrst Saggrsta IaIINtttllitre Znggestether
ether litre a Large tarptos JtalWM JtalWMThe U UThfll
The Union Dime 8avin Saving Sa1 Ses s Bank whlhgs whl whlb hlch hlchh
b hgs l79nxiQiM deposit and Is I one of t tUigfH tbe tbeIr tuget
UigfH Ir I In the th city decided yesterd yesterdin
in reduce I1fIIJ < ll It lte Interest rate from I to 9 9ffr Si 1pr I Ifr
ffr rent not waiting for th the outooi outooirr
I i rr c the meeting of the th New e York SU 8b4vinge SUMrtng State StateN
N Mrtng lnra Btnk Association today todyhich todayhuh t thlth
huh it I expected ur < < ted that efforts lfo will willroad willmade be beI
I road to Induce In < tule all savings banks to ma maimllsr make makeI maa
I a imllsr reduction no < Chsrle R I Spragt Spragtirf BlracoeFffIIldnl
irf FffIIldnl t id nt ot the bank salt Id that Ori OriII Orion OrionII OnII
II Chener Chf Chenprthe the State Superintendent SuperintendentrUnUn or
I flank If i hartlly in favor of each a ariu lductton i iriuciion
riuciion riu < 1lon Mr Ir Cheney Chtnt U I expected ezpededipl expectedeipliln to toIIr141n
eipliln ipl In hi his reasons at the meeting of t tMuictation tbe tbeMOO taanclanon
Muictation MOO < la lion today todayMi
Mi 11 fII Jut ut a matter of conservatli conservatlihu nerntlihulne4 naetIt1uflnf
hu t1uflnf iner that lhala all 11 said Mr Spragv SpragvTh BlracoeThf
r Th rnnwrmus of savings bank oplnl oplnldemuid opinlt opinion opiniondIoml1da
t demuid an4a it and the State 8tate8upedatende 8tate8upedatendeof Superintend Superintendof
of f fUnk Mr Cheney Chene I le heartily htartll in far favrf ranr ranruh farrf
1 rf ugh a reduction uctlon The Union Die DieF Dime DimeI
Favmg F vmK It Bank ank is I In a position to contln contlnin
I in p M7 r < per r cent Cfn but the best buslnc buslncjtidement bnsineptdl
jtidement 111 ptdl < tmfnt ment call for a reduction reductionThu
Thu action Is I due to a depredatli depredatliin
in vAlue ue of city State and high cla clarailroad ciarailroad clatdlroad
railroad bonds from the price we pa pafor paid paidr pafnr
for r r them Of course we could buy a anv anvmount small smallamolmt smamotmt
mount of bond at the present timea time timetllghtly at atI
I tllghtly tll < < htlr depreciated value but tote inteMt toterat
Mt rates muif manly be figured IJ < < urtd on the he rah valiof TIllie TIlliethe rahof
1 of the tx bond n4a which we already have haln in o oBoth our ourIOQfIJlon opo
IOQfIJlon IOQfIJlonBoth po eufat eufatBeth
Both from Mr Ir Sprague talk and fro frcmany fromany from fromIIInr
many other olb savings bank officers of loera It a ar ageared p pared
r geared ar ared d that sentiment among mon the ma maseer manfTS maLcn
seer fTS U very much In favor of a reductii reductiiof uetlon uetlonIf
of If the lbeJlltfiet Interest lbte et rate Moreover the ma maagtrs man manACre maagate
ACre who hI contemplate reduction f ftheir ror rorthtlr ttheir
their own institutions want nt every UfnI oth othbank oUtllr oUtllrbank othbunk
bank regardle of It Ita condition to ma maa make makeImllar maaeimbrrduetiAna
a aeimbrrduetiAna ttmlUr reduction rtdllcti n In thUpoeitlonmal thUpoeitlonmalof thU petition IO ion nvu nvuof tnIUItlr
of them My M they tbt have the thflBUpport support of M MCheney 3ICheney Ir IrCbn
Cheney Cheney8om Cbn Cbn8Q1Dit Cheneyu
8om 8Q1Dit u of the old and strong Rrookljhank Brook Brooklyn BrooklynNnJd I Ibanks
banks are actively opposing the th roori roorimeot mottmeot movIneot
meot for a general reduction uctinn of inter interand Intmt Intmtand Intereand
and will be iimrd from at the tb rceetln rceetlntoday m meetirtndst tlne tlnetoda
today toda An officer of one of them hi hiprepared has hasPffllpa hipared
prepared Pffllpa pared a aterrdaly table which theeeet hlch he Insisted In lltftt ye yeterday JH JHtfrdar
posu posuway
terrdaly terday shows shq in the plainest poaalb poaalbway poulblett
way th the actual condition c of affair Tl Tlcompilation The Theoompiltioo Ticompilation
compilation I II made from the offer offlcireport oftlclt oftlcltre offerreport
report re t of the tb State Superintendent SuperintendentBanks of ofB <
Banks B nh and nd shows o the gain or I bee of d dpoiU de deIta dpneta
poiU Ita in face for mot of the tb New S Yoi Yoiand York Yorkand Yoiand
and Brooklyn barjk the th ratio tlo of wirpli wirplito auliusto
to dep deposits lta as a computed by 1 > market rah vaband value valuend rahand
and nd the lnteret rat t on depolU in IM IMEach IPOD IPODEAch IVEach
Each line Un of the table refer Irt to a nepara neparabank spambank Iotfl IotflNllk
bank the name of which U omitted omittedISM omltteLaarpa
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tam 2J1 u Uin Uinon 1 n nThi
on Tbs table re read < ul In conn connection ctinn with Uh th thU Ihlot thew
U ew tells 11 th the whole story oryM1d said an office ofllonf
1 + of one > f the th hunks NnkollJlOln oit > o inga < < a reductloi reductloiThs ffdlJctlonThe redurtlotThe
The l law w pruvide that dlltiton df > itor llbAli llbAliItflu sha shanutty h hrevive
revive as nearly as may be all the Ih thepro pro proIrtH nrofil nrofilifler AI AIattK
ifler nt + Nary eipm eiptl4 e amnriiratiQpremiums amnriiratiQ amnrtlrallopremtwn
1 premiums and diecount uii curler eecuritlcand curlerand curlU curlUIn
and In flfllllWJla BervRtlon r Ct of a renerve fund fun ad adfirl ul ulfluent If IfII
firl fluent nt ti to > moet m any l Vmtlnicency nr kn InstumultsI knIn Iou IouIn
In III tl buslnrss from the deprerinUnn dIIIO Thpe r rteturitles of ofII
tumultsI nor ntherrwlchip ahl ahlstow
II teturitles < ultI or otherl > The n Uhl Uhlthowt
stow 1110 that puny of the banks which My Mymat ha hamo bAmoat
mo moat t diligently iII tI incre lnotftlwd e < l their de drllUfOit drllUfOitboT depvilharp > uil uilhr
hr much smaller surplirt fund aver v th thmount thfl thflammt itammmt
mount owing their depositor < than haymany ha hamany hay hAYImany
many nth olhr r rs Hch nuui only ma sewIncreas05 maIncrsate IRII IRIIIncrea
Incrsate in dapta dp pott it Iott U t JT orduiutllsustained or or1l1all or1l1allulnfd ctuall ctualltiMUIned
sustained ulnfd a IOM The table aim ahoy ahoyIndubitably > ho hoIndubiUbly h hIndubltabl
Indubitably that many hanks I n fhixiM nr nrr nnt nntlot nrs7
r lot s7 > y a as high hl < < lt a rat a I tier I r rent unt untthe until untilthe untthe
the surplu fund fun are AI IncrMMdTIt incre IncrMMd ed edThe
The TIt law sa ay 1 w that the th Ktuto tute Hu NUIrin NUIrint > erir erirtendent
t tendent Is I the judge of th the amount amour hold of Iii Itislrtlus Itlt ItltalJt114I Iiisurplus
surplus fund which a hank must hold t tmeet In Inmett 1meet
meet contlngendex In my m opinion n nlon HiS Hi IhgJftrinttndeoat thith
S gJftrinttndeoat < jp rintendMt fhould in Intaill nt that l Inks Inkslib nih nV nVwith
smalldreserve dreserve should cut cutthat
with w ith lib am small II reserve should cut down th thpayment tbIA1IUffItA
payment wbaymena V n > dpoIIIII < ep < u > IUir and h hhnukl houM houdooormIt aU alep aUrrnlt
p rrnlt or insist in i t upon Ul bank with N Nmtf hie hieIfofryN hir
r mtf ryespnytng pnying a nlgher rats rat t than f tpnwent fprwwffir It Itrrnt
prwwffir 1hedepu ThdfJUailonlh T reTt deputitora llor the kw < w My ar arentitled a atnlitl arentitled
entitled tnlitl to the earning I know th thprediction thrrdidlon thpredktinn
prediction is made that Mr Cheney wil wilnot will willMt MInet
not do this Ihl but 00 wall lll recommend ln lnteap lnteapa Inat t thrrunoul d dII
II hrrunoul hcriA otal reduction of th thelnlcfflIt the interest ntBut rati ratiBut
But 411 I cannot convince myself that the thir IhrOJrt
r rOJrt imrt t is oorreot 05p especially pec edi117 llr at thi tlnn tlnnhf tlmeohn tlmwhen
when hn hf n the Income of alepnp cll < lepo nlwra iU Wn > rs In all lIlnlI lIlnlIIIim Invtl Invtltttkm Intlnnlona
tttkm has tlrntdy 1tfn l > e n greptly 11II im imp impetrel impttrt1
p petrel irH by t1 the hli hlrb i cost t of living livingnil UvIOI1IJil livingvui
nil 1IJil a as emphatic m latlc opinions i tre v ex expr etprsl It Itby
pr prsl fH i bv utherrery uther very prominent banker bankenh ban banthe
I h huved the rate should be curtailed curtailedi
> I i r b tn it was w contended wm M In th thnt thI thar
nt I ar r t thedepotKonol thtdflpMil < toNul alltbn alltbuYlnp alltbuYlnpto1k tvinc tvincishoiit
to1k a ke > t r ishoiit JahoutthState the Stnt IAt A moderat Amoderetpnvn moderatopiiw mod le lefjJM1
opiiw was expre S xprea H i by y Henry M MSch 31hctl 1 1nck
Sch nck fr rrfllidfnt d nt of th the Bowery Bows ry Having HavingKink 1IItlnk evtit evtitfink
Kink k hark reduced ff < Iu its Interest Intll t rati reafrom ratifrom tll tllrom
from rom I n h > v pr cent t ln 1t Jaunary JaunaryHtmd JAunaryH
Htmd HtmdThii H He t e4 e4This 011 011oThi
This reduction rf < as the lb trustees ani animjvlf and andmT1I1f anCmyMif
mjvlf hare found was I the result o ojeod or ort1uin opnod
jeod bii t1uin husinev inM judgment The Bowerj BowerjNirtoffi JItIwf111I Rnwqrevbti
Nirtoffi 11I Rank shnn earnings and nd ha hacirphn haIrpl haturphty <
cirphn Irpl MiRknent to ray 4 P r o cent 1t bu huthe bufi I > ut ut1aIt
fi the UE swinge uving IU vinlt bank should be an ezart ex exanni s sal1fllto
art anni nb t > V I tmaller one Smaller Small r hanks bankshirti hankswhieh hanksh
hirti h KV h r w wt mnnot reduce du mu rat Ifttllt rattf Ifttll
tf t J1 J rr tnt bemu big saving YinP banks bankiv bankfar
oJ IU v i pr r r rent nt and which are a unnblt unnblttn
r tn pV p tin th higher rate ra without impair impairHBI ImpslrDt
net Dt of earnings rnlng and surplus should shouldk shouldleave
leave k U M efore them the th example of large largeMika Hrgttank areeIlk
tank Ilk voluntarily reducing ucinlt their Interest intereslf Int Jflt Jflt1M
M R
RTn 1M Tn f tol calIy it depreeUtlnn rt lflation in securities securitiest
t Ii 1e i holding of which savinc Yinn hanky bankilimtf banllhmtlti hankya
a limtf hmtlti d each ute s8ctte a Httte New York city cityh
h f my And high cU eLua railroad bond bondi bnndhAft
r i hAft th the < rduetiMi These Th it U Uknown Issail I Ia
sail a known m noel l to tl appreciate appr pprottaatunld pprottaatunldI < < latll c cr Iud IudJ
r AI l N Iror I fuf fur the tll savings nlnc bank ns nsr a ar an
r Tt r f Kfo gnarl < l ht rMwineiMi lntM should begin begini be n nt
J i W t i Ipe per IVr r rent to my 1 nothing ot eon eoni weII
I II i r 1 K ITP n Ip f f ratrh rat MIotn t tr >
r n > Vw JI York ork State Savings Bank Bankv Iknk1M
i v a ion h 1M no power to compel Om i ant antt All Allto
f t to member t t1 > reduce Heir rate se II IIly It Ity Iin
n nly ly y i 1rriM reise ret moral force What Whatit 1aa 1aaII
it its 01 4 artMn lItt > t on < unA whatever publicity publicityt
I 10 arn t Of n r i MM reduction 11Ie1lon in Interest l tere t ratw ratant ratwvvu rat
1 vvu t wtnnRH trna 11 beaks ItAk president and andH andYfI anduta
II uta H t hive YfI Intimated that their thelin
I wdl n 11 rdiiw n dnM till rate lirglnning ltlnnlnt July I timiximitile II II
I < > imiximitile to f My lilii just Mob whctdo wblettSw
do 1 tSw tll t uy prier tn the pulilieaUM pulilieaUMi Jaut111eatlMllMftIIIlte
i IIrrtlafnrlta > lvrrt lMftIIIlte < iie > nt because IKoClU trustee trwttenth t tfir
fir r th the pUn itf o the president idmt 01 ofI 01ltr orI
I ltr I who ho have made up uI their theiir
ft r > due Ir > f 14m 1ft rate rateh te tehI
I h hI i N4ke i K iof 01 the tit Iv mvliig vtags YIII banks wh whm whos ho <
s m nII j 1 ti r keep ufi th the hlgherrate hlgherrater hlJther hI h r ate aterspr tl tlo
o rspr r < er r ucfi M a the U New York erk Clear Cleari
i I Hi H Ilnle 1tlewaet irrct Ifr n over yer M t members mcmberif mtmb mtmbuahtltllr
f ruglittolear Perhapwhok Perhapwhoktim
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o i th the only nfll remedy remedyMr
w id 1 Mr Ir i hay Mtf the tit men n nmeeting Sehedeleli wd1Id wd1Idlay
1 i v + lay meeting t1AC ar alft Pl PIerre PIerreJ rr rrand
J r > rknt hf of tae BaAIl Dnkt of Ih lhellao lhellaot lata latat
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tic Made tad d late Na ftaty + y Mtortap Mtortapfiftrtil 3lbhapprtel 1IhapcI
fiftrtil cI C < M Dupdra O 1 > p 11I < I TM StTM 3cwMAx1W StTMMAXIM SI1JI1IAIULa
MAXIM Hay 11 JiThe 2S The port side of th thfloating thflOItlnl tbfloating
floating dry dock Dewey which sank l ntc a aOlongapo aOlongapo t I
Olongapo on Subig 8ubllb Buy while Wlel 1C was parti psrtlsubmerged partilubmerged partirlubmereod
submerged In order to receive a torpedo torpediboat torpedoboat torpedboat
boat ii partly resting tiDe on the bottom bottomThe bottomThe I
The Th pumps on Q that side d are a also 110 undeiaor uncle uDdrr unclewajor
wajor aor r Theaarboardsdetemalneputl Theaarboardsdetemalneputlexposed The Thtarboard starboard tide remains parti partiexpoced
exposed u but I Ia slowly lowl sinking sinkingIt alnld l lIt
It U very 1 doubtful If the starboon starboonpump ltarbocudpumpl tarboanpumpj
pump can raIN the dock Expert EsperllbeU Expertbelles Expertbelieve
believe beU the th dock which hlch war wa towed hen henfrom be berom henfrom
from the United States 8ta can be savedthough saved savedthough
though It 1s likely to be totally submerge submergetonight lubm6rcedtonleht euhnrirgettonight
tonight The electrical machinery ol olthe or othe I Ithe
the dock has been seriously aerlo l Damaged 1 1not 1bOt Iant
not totally totall destroyed A rough estlmati estlmatiof
of the coat of raising ralaln and repairing th thdock the thedock terdock <
dock U S100000 S100000The 1100000The MlpeoeThe
The tug PUottaqua Is standing taridln by byready byready I IMdT
ready to asaiat in raising nlain the th thedock dock when bflO t tbe tbetbflr tbiwother h hweather
weather tbflr roodemUa and the sea becomecalmer becomecalmer become beoometetlmer
calmer calmerThere etlmerIt1fI calmerThen
There It1fI Is no explanation ao yet of th thcause the themUM thiauea
cause of the accident accidentWAauiNoroN acddomtWAllulNorolf aeddentWASHINOION
WAauiNoroN May 11 JiThe floatinidry Aoatlnidry floatini tloatlnadry
dry dock Dewey Do which hleb was w towed fiorr fiorrChesapeake ton 10mCbMlpMkll tonChwapakt
Chesapeake Bay to the Philippine Philippineevenil tbilllplDNII Pbilipploeseveral
II several YraJ year M ago reita on the mud ir irSublg IrHubig I I8ubla
Sublg Bay at t Olongapo The accident accidentwaa scttidenlwar t I Iw
war w reporledtottte reported ItJIOr1 d to UM Navy Department > fopart ment to today Ii Iiday ¬
day da by Capt Albert Mertz ller U S N corn cornmandant commandant coatmandant
mandant ot the naval naya station at Olon Olongapo OlongnpoandCsvlte ¬ I Ippo
gnpoandCsvlte gapo and Cavlte Ite At onllflId one end be reported reportedhe
he dock I II nine feet out ot the Ib water waterwhile walerhlle paterwhile
while hlle at the other end nd she h i le only onl about aboutone aboutone houtroot
one foot above the surface aurllI9The surfaceThe urfaceThe
The cause of the sinking Is I not known knownCapt knownCapt i iCapt
Capt Mertx flfta will order an n Investigation InvestigationHe InMI1P
He experts to have the dock ratted eakwithin again againwithin plnlIbln
within about three weeks ka Her pnsitlor pnsitlorU tlon tlonta
U not regarded a aaeflaa aaeflaaC4NORRt LA serious seriousMVOffM ItrlouaCt1OlrRt
MVOffM tif4fV UN4l IhlPelltteni ILL ILLPelltten 111I
I Pelltten fer heirs Rrl Frent rem PrUea to n nto Gs GsI
to I llsvpltal May Ia lie ltn ltnROVII Itling ItlingtpeM4 Ins I
tpeM4 1 Cale H Dtpska Of re Ta Tee Itll 3cwRntlt ItllRO
ROVII RO I May 7J 3 Clro Vitnxd the un unfrocked unrrrltked unfucked ¬
frocked priest Iri who i II the grand < < rand chaplain chaplainof
of the Honorable Society Sod of th the CaI Camole Ca Camorra
mole and nd who ho I II In jail In connection connectionwith I IlIh
with lIh the murder of Signer Cuocolo and andhi andhIa andhut
I
hi hut wife Ifp in IBM for which thirty tblrt Camsr CamsrHits camsrrlata Camerrids
Hits are about to h hi > tried at Viterbo hatpetitioned hat haipetitlnned hatpltltlonNt
petitioned the authorities ulhorlti for nil release releaMon flt flton
on ball > aU owing to 111 IIIbtoaltb health healthIt
It 1 has been n reported recently that the theformer therotmr theformer
former pri priM WM dying The porndoctor prism prismdoctor priamdoctor j
doctor hai ha signed a certificate certi lots to the theeffect thfl1IId thepffect
effect that tltnrxi UlneM 11I jwtlflea Jl > > tllH bin binremoval hiliffmoyal hisremoval
removal to a private hospital hospitalThe
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Teek T Up With Madame de Ble h e sac sacRbgnsted aacDbgattM I IDblUllttd
Rbgnsted III Duller a a Hell Ill a thiUewagrr theDowager the IheDI
Dowager Marrhlenen amlen ot Anglesey AngleseyTestimony AnllrHTpstlmon Angl05eyTesUmony
Testimony of the lb Dowager Marchlonen Marchlonenot
of Anglesey the Count de Montebello MontebellolUroa YOllltbelloJ1ron MontebelloIlaron
lUroa Orandmaiaoa and On Kdwarc KdwarcF
F Winslow Kdward FdwanjTuck Tuck and other olhermem olhermemare menv menvAn memof
An of d the American colony colon In Park Pariihlch rarlableh Parkhtch
hlch war a taken by h the American Come Conwlin C 11 11In
in Part In support of the claim of Mme MineIsabella MmeIsabella JIMltabelll
Isabella Ouillemln to a chare of the estate eatatiof estateof tte I
of her adopted father Benjamin Karl Harlof lIartof Karlof
of this city rit wa filed In the County Cotml Clorki Clorkioffice tTerkiomo
office yeiterday and 1s to be u used d Introcontest Intro Inthnoontett In thlt thltoontt
contest to be beard In the Surrogate Hurrogateelewat SurrogateCourt KurroltleAI
Court I MIrt soon warRenjamin sooni
i Benjamin Hart died In Paris in May MayIKM Maylens Ma MatWJII
lens leaving about a > ouI t2Ago OOOOOOO alo which to tobegan hebfo hibegan
began bfo ia to acquire ai a a travelling tr elUng ragman ragmanHart racmanHart ragmanhart
Hart had made hi his home In Part tot foiabout rorahout totabout
about thirty years He II got < < ot a divert divorcefrom divertfrom dl1onCIrmen
from hi his wife Ceo Ettelle Kitty Kilt Hart twenty twentyyear Innt Inntta twentyyearaago
yearaago year ta ago a adopted a little 1II girl and named namedher namtdbflr tamIher
her Isabella IaaI U Hart Isabella became thi thiwife tltaICe ttuwife
wife ICe ot Jean J an luillomin of the French Fm Embawy Fmh
bawy h 11 + 57 at t Vienna She got nothing by b tht thtwill tbeIII thiwill
will willTh III IIITh
Th chief testimony taken In Parts re relates reoIIIN relate ¬
lates to Mme Gabriel Antoinette de Die Bleto Dieto le leto
to whom Hart loft hi hi house and Dd it its con content content 01 ¬ I ItMta I
tent mooo OOO in cash b and an annuity annuli ol olJlsOfO orIXV niIIsxn
JlsOfO IXV She 811 II I described a < Hart mU mUtrcso mistree I
tree t and John Campbell harts butler butlerssys butleray
ssys of hr fOr She wa the biggest in intriguant Intrlruant intriguant ¬
triguant and bigg I biggest > I > st adventuress ever fir I 1met It Iroot
met t in my m life sir r and iwl I have hr run up upagainst urgainst
against < < Ilnt a good many in my m life lif sir sirThe airThe sirThe
1 The Marchioness of Anglesey trstlfiddthat testified testifiedthat tNtl1fldthat
that she 1Ift had known Hart for twenty twentyyears tWflnt tWflnt1Mn twentyyear
years and that he consulted her h < lr fre frequently r rnntl frenuently ¬
quently about hk bl adopted rloptMdaughter daughter but butthat blltthat butthat
that In hi bia later year t1Ira he came under an aninfluence aninfluence
IlnfttJlllO influence that k kt pt him away a from hi hiold b bold bin binold
old friend and the t society IKl ft he fO had knownbefore known knownbefore knownfoff
before foff He II told her Isabella was aa to tohave tohanl tohave
have his hi home in the Hue It de Gable Den Botafter 011artr Denafter
after I aMla > married Hart teemed to tothink 10think tothink
think th the < l flttlllemtns nalII min had been too dim dimMIlt dimnull difficult ¬
cult about the 1h < I mama maniae settlement He Hetold If IfI Hetold
told the I MarchioneM hln U I meant to toleave toa tokale
I leave a her everything rfhlnc I think they thl thl1M were wereloo werelawn
lawn 1M eager to fly tblnga She heard heardpublic hfardMIMic heardpublic
public MIMic report that Mm de BK > wa waHart w wlIarta weItart
Hart mistress and when a asked ked if I Hart Harthad harthad
had ever introduced her to Mme de Bie BieiM Hi HiaM WeiMatdr
iM iMatdr said oood heaven no She had hadheard hadthat hadyard
heard that Isabella had dined with lib hartand Hart HartMX lIartI
I And MX Mne Iln e do d Bie Ie at a great sacrifice of ofher offOr ofrer
her fOr r priM rid i and that I Mme de d Fho rn wa nide nideto kI kIto
to o her Hart told the t witnms II that h hIKint ha hathlnt fO I Idldnt
IKint rare about hi hie relative IAU in Amenra intmeneaand Amenraind ITfriraand
and itidnt intend InlII < 1 to come bark tn this thistotintry thisounlry
totintry ounlryFdwud >
Kdward Turk Tu t tllnd tlfr > d that Hart Harttreatment nrtatCtltntfnl Planstratnrnt
treatment of his bl diuithfr d + Aftr ft tr h ha hdIsken hd hidtaken hd1IIfn
taken up with lIh Mme de I Rio loot him ill allha illhi IIIhi
hi ha old friend in lM Ih American colony mlonyTh mlon I ITJ
Th Count unl d dl Montebello uncle un rill of ofJean of1100n ofran
Jean ran tulHemin n Mid that Hart had d drlarrd dlaird I II
laird h he would leave run hi Ptri house to tohi to1G I Ih
I h hi 1G adopted dopte l daughter daughterJohn dalghlrJohn
John Campbell lAmpl > lI the tit butler butl l > r Mid tMt tMtMm tbIMm thttlime I
Mm d d8 Die mad Hart her servant servantind servantand anl anland i iy
and turned tllf1I him ur ulrS upaida id down In every everyway everyrar
way y fhapr and 11I form He dcUred her hero hrto
to o be 1 a woman highly experienced nprltn 1 In m mneriem me memerinn rJIImtrllllll
merinn and nd Mid thtt that even w wln wA n Hart Hartrim lIartIn hartsay
rim in a mo most > > t violent temper hi h + world wotldjrconwi worldcoma < t tI
I coma mild the moment mom nt she h rained her herMnd hfrbM hervtnit
Mnd I Illn
MndHer Her whole wh study llId wa was to rob th old oldnan oldThan I II
nan and ret et hi his fortune Mid ramptHI ramptHI8h
I 8h ran him all over Europe Rum every ry time timetime timeImf timedm
time Gutllrmin wn 4 likely Iikfl to come to toPan InParts I
Pan nil th the time trying to f 1qUf711 que > w > the theat Ibfdl1p theset
set at drop of blood nut of o him It wa w all allove alii allrave
10 rave and flattery with her Mme lhIf OuilkDin Ouille Ouillenln OuIlJe1 OuIlJe1mln
Din I la a lady efT and her enemy ceom I to a common commonidventur commonI commondtenturees
I idventur M who b never lot an oppor opporunity oppor opporunity
tunll unity of o attacking atu klnc Mme QuIHemln QuIHemlnBaron OullJttmlnBuon OulllminDunn
Baron Orandmaiion who bn wa walbIlIlI walbIlIlIIIwlor was laabell laabellmilor labelbWtor
milor before she he h married Ouillemln mid saidhat midhat Midthat I
hat Hart wa an angry try becauM th the Guillenic Guille Outllanic I Imlc
nic family amlllnalltd Indstrd on having the princi principal prlnmpal prindaeloflabellapdo ¬
pal pal orJaabtlLlIdo of Iub lla > downr and not notthlnooroe notthlnooroeIme th the tncomeJmehiopeVeroOleminscuter income incomelime
lime JmehiopeVeroOleminscuter HopeVere Ouillemin lrterte Iteor tllltl tllltlftld trtiled tl tlled >
led that Hart asked ked her if Wnoo franci francyear franc rllUllottd
i year would be enough to enable Isabella Isabellamd IAbel1Aand I
md her htrdlplomat diplomat husband to entertain entertainh
I th h he RtMi Russian n grand rand dukes and duchesses duchenMarhen ducbtt ducbttwMn duchessesriven
rhen he wa in the French Embassy att at atIt t I ISt
St It t Petersburg and he h told him It ItCfntrou wa wagenerou wargenerous
generous allowance allowancePIULnl
nUL PIULnl t DEA DEitA1DS D LIRERTY LRERTFletore LIRERTYIftnre
Iftnre Faker to Fare Mr In namlltefl namllteflPaine DameteaPtbuiezl amUteRPaine
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PAM May 3Th reudo > Count CountAulbv Countdulltr Counttulby
dulltr Aulbv d da Oatlgnr who It I charged with withIling withIling Itb ItblIIn
Iling lIIn fake picture to Mr Hamlton Hamltontine
1r1 tine will be confronted Clfrrr > ntN by b hi victim victimext YcUmnut victim victimeft
ext week wnekHU elr elrJIll
HU lawyer has asked that the Count oQMtntOblett Countetiitlll Countset
blett set > etiitlll at IIblrtr > erty
THE if HE COMMERCIAL VEHICLE VEHICLEEvery VEHIOLEOF
OF TODAY TODAYEvery i iEvery
Every business man operating aI a aHORSE aHORSE
I HORSE DELIVERY SYSTEM in inhis inhis inhis
his business will want a copy of ofTHE ofTHE oft
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THE SUNDAY SUN SUNMay SUNMay SUNsy i
May sy 29th 29thSo
So will every evcryAutomobiIeEnginecr evcryAutomobiIeEnginecrDesigner Automobile Engineer EngineerDesigner EngineerDesigner
Designer and Sales Manager who whois
is interested in inTHE inTHE inrHE
THE COMMERCIAL VEHICLE VEHICLE0i YEHICLIIf I IOf
Of TODAY T DAY
VO 0 PEACE PEACEThe COFEDERt7IO COFEDERt7IOTIle
The Ustoer It I Is Explained Only ent Talk TalkrtatttDdri Talkttl TalkttlmD TalkPtatttodee
rtatttDdri mD le 31 Pkhen3ni rirhoa rirhoa5prrl hoa hoa8PHIeJ
5prrl < l C Carer W lf Dl Derpdca natch I Ts Tas Str StrBnaix SOJIDLI1lI 301hi
hi Bnaix DLI1lI zLtx May M SThe The Aatement ltatementprint ltatementprintin print printin prlnttd prlnttdIa
in the Pari Jfafin ad that the tb Kaiser In Inconversation aoonveratlon a aoonnrratlon
conversation with M 1 Pichon the Fran FranMinister FrenMInliter French French3ollnlter
Minister of Foreign Affair advocated advocatedEuropean adocatedEuropaD advocatedEuropean
European confederation COIIred tion I II semlofllcUl semlofllcUlcontradicted aemlomdalYI aemlomdalYIcontradicted semioMclalcontradicted
contradicted It U explained that thatn In tl tlinterview the theIntrrtlew tInterview
interview with M Pichon the Kabexpressed Kali Kaliexpressed KIM I IesprfUldcoaftdllClCCl
expressed esprfUldcoaftdllClCCl aoofld confidence noe In the malnteuan malnteuanof
of the peace pe oe of Europe and old Id he won wondo wpu wpudo luld lulddo
do all In his power to promote Its 001 001tinuanos oon oontlnuanOl ooitinuana
tinuanos but the question of a coored confedertion conf cooredtlon der dertlon
tlon of the Powers Po for this purpose w wfar wfar WIllI WIllIrar
far from his thoughts thoughtssoixoitis thouhtaOnr thoughtsSofrxnlxos
soixoitis Onr G MisiEn cirru CIPTiIMbmrbM cirruMmnrbaha c 1u 1uattnnrlJaba
Mmnrbaha Ha 11 ta 41 Fatbems ef t Hal HalJnat 1IatJIIII ItatJost
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LOKDCK Hay 11 SThe The Hoard of Tr Trinquiry Trade Tradelaquiry TunInquiry
inquiry Into the grounding of the Atlanl AtlanlTransport AtlantloTransport AtlanlTransport
Transport liner Ulnnehsha on Seal StalIIodr StalIIodrBelli Ira BocScilly
Scilly Belli islands early on Q the morning morningApril morningApril or orApril
April IS I began today todayCipt tDda tDdaCapt todayCapt
Capt Latland of the II liner testified Ui Uiowing that thatowlD IIowing
owing owlD to the thick weather It was Imps Imptsibls Impoealbl Impssible
sibls to take observation ol > after r April I ISoundings If If8ouDdin ISoundings
Soundings however were Irtt taken contin continoutly cootinu011I1 continously
outly 011I1 The Th last sounding which hlch w wtaken wtall wtaken
taken tall half an hour before rore the ve veestruck vetruck tlSMl tlSMlIitruck
Iitruck truck registered a depth of 47 7 fathom fathomTO fathomTo
TO nv nux riiKKiXGs Till Kixws G DOWSEItarir nonsE nonsEKarl
Karl Itarir f Derby Will III Probably Pro ebl1 Control Ha HaIng Rat RatIDISla RteIntrtsbletetlwED4S
Ing IDISla IntrtsbletetlwED4S Ruble We t e the Rail FDhtTllb eTTnts tIlessenI tIlessenIvdi8 ffraien ffraienVrrM sefttI
VrrM tI < < l CiNe Dilute It t TBS sac SCKLONPOX sacLoKPOf acsLoxnox
LONPOX May Ma SIt Is announced th thLord lbat lbatLord thLord
Lord Derby will US take over OY the running runningKing tinningKing or orIlnlt
King Georges Otor racehorses fCth urtil the tl tlof Md Mdor nof
of the t year yearIt yearIt fU fUIt
It wa officially omcla announced yesterrl yesterrlthat ftllnIathat
that King Kdward bequeathed hi bIa rantstable rant raciitable radnl radnlatable
table and breeding < < stud to King Oeori ftorisod Oeoriand Gtoorpnd
and nd that the thellU Utter would ould carry them on onheretofore onheretofore u urore
heretofore rore King Oeorge ha follow follnwfthe rollOClMIbe followthe
the example of hi his father after the Ib des desof deaof dtllh dtllhor
of Queen Victoria In leaning the horses f fa ror rortlme fs
a time
iTo OVEn THE ALPS ALPSRead AIrRnd ALPSM1lsd
Read loser Men rrnli MI Opened ta t Met MetYriilcleeBiM MaYMkltwBra IttllkireBna
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ffKHl span nHl cttti orpIII1I P ry f t Tn am SowMODAII amUooxxc 1ftJIlIoD4U
Uooxxc France May lIa n SThe The rot rtelvrflontCenla rotover road roadonrlont
onrlont over lvrflontCenla Mont Cenla nll has hubtfln been opened to auto autmobile automobile antnobile <
mobile trafllo This Is a great event eventthe eventhe ent In
the European automobile world MarImonimna Mar MarAmericans In InArprlcaM
Americans who bo sr are re In France will t trariy be berly tarty
arty rly in using UAIn the road over the Alp AlpIt Aipilh AlpIt
It I a also announced that an auto bt btHTvice mill mill11I hieryice
HTvice wilt 11I tw I Inaugurated shortly abort I rot rotcting nortecting 00 00nOtlne
cting Ittly Itll and France over Mont Cent CeniPhi CtnlThia CentRIa
Thia Phi fact i III not so III pleasing to the th autcmobile auto autonol4ile
mobile community cnrnmunityfOFK communityPfrF
fOFK MEMES MEMESpreap nll F ttiKRrclxs ttiKRrclxsrup Fnu Fnureap
preap reap rre Presented mlrU br II Slgr Ir MennedrThPenlllT MennedrTh NlllnldTlleoPontll1 kennedyTbPntltT
PenlllT Ilfattd l lea ed b by > the Vlill thtttpetket Vlillsfftwl Itll
sfftwl H cato C4 Utipmi It two Ta Hex 330xwgout Hexnoun 4111nOllt
noun May Ia AIcr Mgr Kennedy th thtor IhfItIIor throtor
rotor tor of the th Am American ncan College present presento prHnld prHnldto
to o the Pope today 1o < 1T a group of American Ameriearrho Amff CIana CIanawho
rho are at present on a viiit to Rom Romfhe Rnmibo < t tThfI
fhe Pope mad a short speech In which h hiprr hvpmwed < I Iu
u vpmwed iprr > d htv hi plenum and gratitude fr lrha frh ror rortb
tb h ha vi visit nliitII visitlie it itII
II lie gave Inl M his > > blessing bke ing to the pilgrims an anh and andthtlr anheir
heir h ir families and friend friendiMI4 rrltvhtI1Jt
iMI4 Al 04 > SLEZtIi W4K TIUrMFIl TIUrMFIlnrrhe Tn TnTwr TRICNPRfwehe
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Metropolitan Oirlls In Paris Paris5prrul Paris3si ParlafPffMI
5prrul CHI Bunt Dnpsri M I TBS T TPUIIi 5nr CrxPasts 5nrPARI
Pasts May 11 2J 2 23There There was u a crowd rrowdfdI crowdiou
hOWl iou e at t the premiere preml + re of Otello by th thletropolttan the theOllfra thtetropolltan
letropolttan Opera Company at t th thhat thtbit thh1t4Mt
tbit hat h1t4Mt K ThMtre Th Atre tonight Toscanin Toscaninltd
Aida ltd Ida Amato and Slexak ah shared red in ai ainthusiattio atnthudsitlo n
nthusiattio ovation orationAfter ovationAfter oullonACteor
After the performance Mme AidJid Aid Aidaand Aidnd
and M 1 Sleek received twelve recalli recalliIrs recalltMn
Irs W K Vanderbilt Mr Mrs Carroll CarrolllDd CarrolllDdfI an anUs anlion
fI Us Bacon occupied boxes boxesOLIn4
OLIn4 01 in4 STORE I iv OPERAcotton OPERA OPERAmotion OrEnFtDItt
motion Plaits Two Little Wooden oct Shew lheesSieves ShewKlewly Sh ShIlnps
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IIrI4l CtM r Mr DufnitO t lee Tel TB Srir acpLaroox SrirLOXDOX ItllI
LOXDOX ImrDOfllar2S1Iu flay 2SMuguette lte Edmund E4munlima Edmund11Ha EdmunIbsa
I lima i operatic version of Ouldas To ToUttlt Twi Twi4ttle Twibttk
4ttle Wooden Shoes but with a happjndlng happy bapP1IhM happyailing
ailing was given for the flr fret t time li liincland In Intnrland Itngland
incland at t His > Majesty laleat Theatre to toight 100Dlttbt toIght
ight Mr Beecham conducting oonductingTha
The work proved rather monotone monotonound mooot noul noulanti
anti nd was mildly IIIlldl received receivedXrVO rflCllyfdFLIIXG receivedLUNG
LUNG VISIT TO 1W4VZ JOSEF JOSEFrppelln JO IOSBFeppeitn rF rFZppelln
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BKKIJX Iux May aCount Count unt Zeppelinnyaje Zeppelin ZappellntygS Unl UnlOfP
nyaje to Vienna qp board the Zeppelin V Vr Vfor VT
for > r a pedal visltrto the Emperor Fran FraniDef FranaJOIAIt Franset
Def will Ill begin on the night of June JuneHe JuneUe e eHe
He will return via Ii Breslau Dresdenhemnilx Dresden nrJmOtImnils i esdentemr
hemnilx temr tz Nuremburg and Friedricbs Friedricbsiten FrIfIdrlcblbaten
baten den The round trip will cover OOYtordltta i iittance Cstance
dltta stance ee of IMO miles mllfntstc mllUSIC milestis1C <
ntstc OF or TllE THE AIRnrman AIR AIRrman AIRrot11l1D
rman Orchestra Plan te I Give Part a aXrw auea aKnr
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PA P Pasts W 1 May 14 J5 26A A Onsaa orchestra orchestracoming orebe orchestracoming ra raI
I coming to Paris to give concert that thatill thlti
trIIt ill be confused to music iupired by b ali avilor alitora anor
tora lor and aviatlonwaltiea polka and andlarches aDdtDlJchH andarches
tDlJchHJt larches larchesIt
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Palls May 1 MTh engagement b bsaounced 4inowtc I IBaounClld
saounced inowtc d of Plan Humllly Ffeneh FrenhIce FfenehkeCoosul FtfoIIehVla
Vla keCoosul Ice CeeaftJt Coeaul at Washington Wubl lIon and Mlle d duminy de dePulHP1 detdllgny <
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oquittlnc William Bejltr of Atlant AtlantCitf AtlantloCIt AtlantCity
City CIt of th the murder murderof of Jane Adam on ll tlevening llYeniojc tbe I
evening of February t Jut The Th juthad jut juthad Jury
had been out since shortly abort 17 after 4 oolooIt ooloo
It U laid that the jury balloted only f ffint ror rorfIr fflra <
fint fIr decree d1t murder or acquittal MqulttalThe
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the tolllne of the bell announced that thatverdict thatverdict thatverdict
verdict had been reached reachedWhen reachedWhen I
When Foreman oreman William feClure UcClure ai anounced ainounced
nounced the verdict of not guilty the thewa there therea thewas
wa a bunt of applause which hlch wi wiquickly wquickly u I
quickly topped by h a rap of Jiutii JiutiiTrencharda JllitleeTrenrlllld JudiTrenciiards
Trencharda gavel The prisoner shook shookbanda shoe shoebands ho hohand <
hand with ltb the jurymen and thanks thanksthem Ihinltithem tbanktdIhem
them fervently He wan dachargtfrom dliohara dlioharafrom dlcbulCedfrolD
from custody I1lad and nd he left for AslantCity Aslant AtlantCity AtlanlloClt1
City on a late train Hit III wife had got gothome lone gothome
home on an earlier earll train slats rYl Hojrlt Hojrltdetained HoII HoIId Seyledetained I
detained d a a a a wltnww wlln wan released fro frociiitody rrom rromcUlltady frocustody
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The biggest throng that have y yattended yattended t tattended
attended the trial were ere prevent durltthe durlt durlaIhe durirthe
the l last t Mwoion Ion to hear tho defendai defendaitell dertOdanttllI defendntell
tell hit hi tory Heeler KeI plainly llalnl worn om ar arpale and andpale anpale
pale after att a restless rMtI night WM wa brougl brouglInto brouebtinto brouglInto
Into court a few r minute before the theoIon tf tfIon sedon
Ion opened He frwjfd bin hi wife wit wila with witha
a wan mile and waved hi ilia hand at tl tlchildren the thechnlren tlchildren
children He held a brief confereni confereniwith contenonll9ltb confereniwith
with ltb Fdmund C Unlcill hi his attorne attorneJut Attornel attornejust
Jut before Ju Justice Uca Thorn W Trenchai Trenchaiand Trenthamand Trenchauand
and hi his amociate date Judge Iud E A JUg Hlgbtook JUgtook Iligbetook
took their plan planKerler flltIIINeoTler pi1ceAHeeler
Heeler wan w Immediately called to tl tlland tbt tbttanit tistand
land by fiarkill In animerto nuestlot nuestlothe que l1uNllon1 l1uNllon1h Uoi Uoihe
he h told hi his story of what occurred n ethe ntho no nothfl
the pier a u follow followWhen followshen I IWhen
When hen we arrived at the th pier I pal I aid aids
23 s cent of the admission which hlobIllI9n wa waIS weIs
IS IllI9n rent apiece a 11 and Orvl paid U 2 Allot AliaJane AIIC8Jane AllotJaneandorvlwntin
Jane Janeandorvlwntin and Orvl went nt in firatand flret and I follow followThe rollowtd rollowtdThe followerThs
The hall wa only 0111 partly lighted and andwa andwar It ItWIllI
wa not time for the the how no we wen WOTon wenl wenlon wenon
on out to the end eDdof of the thepllr pier where breth brethnt the thwwere thewere
were nt no light lights We W w went nt an far a as tl tlexhibition the theexhibition tiexhibition
exhibition hall where wh h < re them wa a tar tarchair 11Ifchair larp larpchair
chair Here i III a chair big I < < enough nou h f ftwo ftwo or ortwo <
two Mid Oren It lent big I > Ic cnoug cnougfor enougfor enou < < h hror
for four said ld one of the girl irls and andpas w wpaMd wwe
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no overcoat BO I IIU ucge JtCIIIfd ted that we weback SO SOback e
back to the warm hall Alien and Orvl Orvlhowever 01Id Onihowever
however said Id they wanted nted to walkaroun walkarounthe walk llIaround llIaroundIhepltrandJant eroun erounthe
the IhepltrandJant plerand Jane would not nolretum return without withoithem withoutIbern withotthem
them no we Mood waiting ll1nl for the coupl coupln coulleOMr eouplnear
n near r the wave motor motorI motorllIupattld motorsuggested
I suggested to Jane that we go G has hasinto bacInto batkti batktiInto
Into the hill to wait for the two lwol hut Iht Ihtwould ahwould h hwould
would not go G I started In and nd had gof gofonly ftOIMI ftOIMIonl gaonly
only onl a short distance when I h heard ard hcall h holfAlice htt <
olfAlice call AIlO8 three time In a natural robe voinI
I thought It wa a shame toJeavo toIM to Jesve h halone hr hralone he heslow
alone out there and I went nt back Whe WheI WhmI
I reached the wave motor mof r she h bfl war nc ncto sacto I
to he tern n nor have 1 seen n her elnci elnciI einclIwalked In I II
I walked Iktd around the th exhibition hall t tee to toIf tnee
nee ee If hn b wa there but hutcould utcouldnotn1 utcouldnotn1thlnlf could not noteeany noteeanything ee an anthine
thing no I supposed IIUpre she > h he had given IT ITthe me methe nthe
the sip ilp and Joined the tb other and I wet weton wenl wenlon ei eion
on off the pier I went up to the Hnu HnuChehea 1I0taifM IlnuChelsea
Chelsea fM to which I had started when whenleft whenloft I Ifin
left home I could not no ee the part partI IIIrt1 IIIrt1I
I wanted to g get el t the lob h from and Od w went wentdlrreUr wet wetdirectly r rdirectly
directly home reaching ring < < there the ahortl shortiafter ahortlafter ahortlanr
after II oclockOrvia oclock oclockOnri olotkOrria
Onri came In later Ia and we went ent ot ottogether Ollt Ollttoltlthcr citogether
together Aa A we paced out of the cat cathe JatA JatAhe galbe
he liked me Where a Jane I 11fIf11ed 11fIf11edbat replie repliethat repliethat
that I had left her h on the pier and suppose supposeshe uppoiehe upPtd upPtdIIbe
IIbe he had joined them We went Mt to m mhome mboor
home from rom father and shortly aftwe aft sitewe rtn
we got there t MrAdam came over an andemanded and anddmlndfod andrmanded
I demanded to know where Jane wa watold was wastold I Itold
told her I did not know but had left h hon hon hDo <
on t the pier II She Sbeleft left the thehotssaying hoiw hOI > ay ulnt ing thi thihe thal thalho lhivhewould
vhewould he would kill the little if I she he rang rangher rallaht rallahtIs raughher
Is her and alto something about having mnext m marreoted me meIINUtI
arreoted arreotedThe IINUtI IINUtITh
The Th next next morning Orvl and I wen werto WlOt WlOttn wento
to rinuantville to hunt for or work an anfrom and andfrom anmom
from there wn went to Petersburg Vi ViWe V5iVe a aWI
We failed aUIi to find work and were plannln plannlnlo
lo come home a few riar days later at On th thlay tbe tbedAy thjay
lay wn planned to rome home Orals 0 MI satomethin MIKtmethlne MIOmtlblnf
Ktmethlne aliout the III flndlng of Jan JamAtUmin JanAdam11 JanAdamb
IOmtlblnf AtUmin JOdy and that we w were blamed blamedind bamelinch lamfdand
and that made IM deUrmlne to go horn hamhe hornihe homeI
I ihe next morning That night about aboutIclock aboutrelnrk I
Iclock detectives ttlfldfltCtirvneln iii nmeln our ourrnnm room ash aniilh and ashwitha
I with ilh gun pointed notflted at t IM III railed IM III to sun sununder ur urvfufar 111du I
under du He e were 1ItI put in the th Pmur Peterstmriall Pnor PmurJail l > ur uralt
Jail alt and later lat brought to Atlantin Ilanlo Otr l1trThe OtrThe nt ntT
The T prosecutor lt then b called l Detective DetectiveIbxlaei > ti etlve etlveMalMwdami <
MalMwdami Ibxlaei Ia 1 and nd Miller M r faptnlnnf Iaptln o of Detective IMectlveinichftrd DetectiveRlcMrd
I nlh nichftrd VThatoi WbI and ant Chlrf of Police li MAIolm Mai Maidm IA
dm Woodruff WoflI to teeth tCt that no cruelty rroclljr U Uj
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mUC natter asking question fuUon and answering ancwerlngHie AIlng AIlngT
T Hie offlcer OmC wore w that Beylerd lnIllflll tatemMit statomeautore tatemMitere
Wl ere made voluntarily yolulrl and andaaetlr exa flJlh tlr u a a set settown ei eiiown t tI tn
town mt n mae on paper pap and ano tinned tgfd by I > r the ti defend defendmt dm dmTh
I mtThe The statements atatftntl a u admitted admltd by 1 > tb theourt tbcurt tbe tbeort <
curt ort were one oe by b Orvi O Heeler RI aayini aayinihat ryinfhat Yln Ylnthat
hat William 8 fln yler toM 101 him on one night nlghlhen nlebtwhlll nightohm
whlll hen he could cul not leep p that tht he MW lW Jam Jamall JniII Jafl Jaflfall
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of if the th tragedy Davis pfr contradicted rttdlc th thitAtemenU thttfmnt then thentntementa
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food at a place llM he designated < tfl t and raM raMhat saidhat
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the breakfast the Colonel visited lt the t son soowith 1 sonwith
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