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THE WASHINGTON HERALD WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 20 1907 9
f NEWSOF NEWS OF ALEXAl ALEXANDRIA ALEXANDRIAMi DRIA DRIAMlS
MlS Mi Coinbland H Smith Smitiitots SUI SmithttS f11 f11Got
tots Got ttS Absolute Divorce DivorceTO Divorce4ZNE
f ARltA1fctE TO o UNVEIL UNVBILTABLET UNVBILTABLETJleniorlnl yNVIL TABLET TABLETMemorial TABLETMoz
Memorial Moz orlal to < o ails 1 hUll IH Julia Celeste dc dcLagnel cfcJogn i1T i1TLagnel
Lagnel Jogn l Placed in Confederate Co fcdcrztte Vet Veteran VctQrori1II Vetera ¬
eran Qrori1II era Hall HollPod Pout P F Prepare to Re Receive Rcel Recelve ¬
ceive el Delegates to Coming State StateContention Stnt StntOQn StateOOneiitIon
OQn OOneiitIon Contention eJltloJl of Travelers Protec Protective Irotectie Jrotcethc ¬
thc Association AssociationWASHINGTON 48MoelntlouWS 4tisoe1atIouwAsnuGToN
WASHINGTON WS lNGTON HEKALD BtfttBAU BtfttBAUItctt BtmBAUtUeil IftfltIAUlieu
tUeil lieu TtJepfce m mCOCMT 111un U3Ca
COCMT Ca or lid 1 Ii Mt it IttPl jsi ttM tNet5 tNet5i1exandriaya nt ntAlexandria <
Alexandria i1exandriaya 1 xandria V a Feb MJudg 1tJ Nk Nleol NleolIn NICOlth l lin
in the Alexandria AIe riA County Circuit Court Courttho Courttill Courtthe
till February term of which began yea yesfcrday yeatnday yeatrday
fcrday has signed a decree deer granting an anabsolute anb Anabeotute
absolute b olute divorce to Mrs Caryfo Herbert HerbertSinltk HerbertSmith HerbertSmith
Smith from tr m Courttand H Smith a well wellknown w wellkmwn l1 l1known
known Virginia horseman whose hOH home hometh homethlt homeUio
th thlt Hampton Stock Farm Is located locatedthe near nearthte neart
thte t the city The defendant it is stated stateddid stt sttdid tatet tatetdkl
did not contest e ntest the suit Under th the terms ternof terM terMot termsof
of the t1l decree a trust tru t is made by Smith Smithto SlnIUlteG SmIthtGardnr
teG tGardnr to Gardner nlM I L L Boothe and Herbert Bryant Bryantof BQIlntot Bryittthis
of this city tor the benefit of the two twochildren twoeblk1r twochildren
eblk1r children n of o the defendant that they are areto Moreto re reto
to receive the sum of UtO ttC06 each in the theevawt theh thaevet
evawt he h secures th the fee in a certain certainestate certainestate ertInestate
estate in New York in which he Is in interested Interested interonted ¬
terested The sum m of 16Wt 18 1I is to go to tothe toUte totM
the plaintiff hdntIrf who is to retain all personal personalproperty persolMlIJWtyMI personelpeaDerty
property JWtyMI she now holds To her also alsoIs alli1OIs a1ois
Is given the custody of the two children childrenwhite childrenwlltl chIldrenwkIle
white wlltl the father has the privilege of ofseeing ofeietg ofeeeig
seeing eietg them once a month monthThe monthThe monthThe
The decree was entered after a confer conference conferelHe confereacs ¬
ence IM the private office of Judge Nicol Nkjolat Nicolat NICOlat
at the court house e in which the opposing opposingattorneys appostnattar opposingattorneys
attar attorneys engaged ed Attorney John M MJohtMon 11J MJoh
J Joh JohtMon aoa of thin city represented relKe entecl Mr MrSmith Mrs MrsSiwith Irs IrsSlldtlt
Smith and ad Mr Smith was represented representedby reMneltteclU0rne7s reprenentodby
by Attorneys J K K M Norton N rton of thIs thtecity th thdQ thIscfty
city and R Walton Moore of o Fairfax FairfaxTravclerw PatrfaxTrnclcio FairfaxTrneIcrn
Travclerw Trnclcio to Meet MeetPreliminary MeetPrM1mLary Icet IcetPII
Preliminary PII IWr7 arrangements are being beingmud belacIw beingmed
mud by y Port t F Travelers Protective ProtectiveAaoaciation ProtectiveJltton ProtectiveAeUc1atton
Aaoaciation of this city for the State StatecofnWMtkm StateCOItNt Statecowtnt1on
cofnWMtkm COItNt of the organization nbaUOR which will willbe willbe willbe
be held e1 in Alexandria some me time early earlyin earlyi earlyIn
in i May Ma It Is expected that fully tull 2 II IIl1ahllll N Ndeiten f fdeksjftUa
deksjftUa l1ahllll will be prevent representing representingevery representingevery ptMefttlQ5evel7
every section of Virginia The conven convention conventlOll conventiosi ¬
tion will be in session two days and will willbe willho ill ill1Ht
be presided over by C H Herbert Herbert of ofNorfolk oiNorfollc ofNOrfOII
Norfolk the State president The local localpost localpoat localpost
post te one of Ute leading Jeadtn branches of the theaswcJftdon thedoa theaoctSoii
aswcJftdon doa in the State Its I president Is teJulian IsJ IsJullazi
Julian J Y Williams II who is also a member memberof memberof memberof
of the State board Post F now has 143 143members IfSThere 143ni
members ni wbera There are SH I 3 members of ofthe oftlM ofthe
the asMchulon oMUloa in the State and in inthe intile inthe
the entire country countryTablet count7It countryTnIlct
Tablet to Be Unveiled UnveiledThe UlneJJellTIle UnveiledThe
It
The nnvetttng wllla of the tablet to the mem memory mem0fT ¬
ory of Hte Ji Julia Celeste de Lagnel 1A in inthen Inu inths
u then Confederate Veterans Halt tomor tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
row evening will be the occasion occaaon of a re re receptIeft reeepdo
ceptton tendered to the Confederate Vet Veterans VeteITh t tInuas ¬
erans R R IS 1 Lee Camp Confederate ConfederateVeteran ContederateVetenma confederateYetetn
Veteran Vetenma has h accepted an invitation to be bepresent beW8 bejwesat
present and ad will attend in a body The Themembers Theineiberi neeq
members eq will m wear their uniforms The Thetablet Thetablet Thetablet
tablet tablet which has been pronounced d a awok aWOIIkf awork
wok WOIIkf of art Jm JtatI been erected by the theWorn theuxllSa17 theWOni
Worn WOni Auxiliary to Lee Camp sp It was wasexecuted waseaceted fUi fUieM
executed hjr George Ge rse Jvttan J Zolney ZolneyFnnenU GeITsea ZolosyseVvioes
FnnenU services sea over OIfertM the remains ot otCayC o ol otclalit
CayC l S Zjhslisi hnUsft Cheer were heM Id this tMsafterNfeoti uaftfti thisaftosa
afterNfeoti aftfti aftosa at at the residence rnce of Ms son sonJ BODJ sonJ
J K B Chesoer MR Duke street tree Rev RevJoseph ReyJ RevJoseiiS
Joseph J B n Sevter of the Second Presby Presbyterian Preebrterlaa Prebyterlen ¬
terian Church offlctoied and the remains remainswere remal remalwen remainswere
were interred I In i the Methodist Protestant Protestantcemetery Prote ProtestantCem tant tantC tantJelt8t
C Cem cemetery cemeteryRobert ttry ttryIbebert
Robert A Velten VetdI Veltchwho who was for several severalyears JlleVeralreara aevereiyears
years sheriff of Alexandria lexa drla County died diedearly diedtafIJJ diedeaiy
early this morning mOmlA at his home near nearMount nearMouat nearMount
Mount Mouat oUt Church Cbu h in that county He Hewas Hewas Hawas
was sevestyeltrht tF t years of age a His Hiswidow Hiswk10w Hiswidow
widow and three t children survive him himThjt him1Ia himT
Thjt T funeral will take place Thursday Thursdaymorning Thur Thursdaymorning day dayI1IOIIdDc
morning at atl1 t 11 oclock from Mount Olivet OlivetChurch Oll OlivetChUrch l lLanIL
Church Churchr ChUrchIn
r bt the Police Court today toda Justice JusticeCafe Jutlceea JusticecateN
Cafe ea cateN dtomlaeed the charge of perjury perjuryagsdnat perjury1ta7WtOftd perjuryanalujat
agsdnat Raymond Bentley colored who whowa whoMU1ted whowas
wa was married Sunday and who was ar arrectog arIeRI4 arresto4
rectog yesterday at the instance of o his hismotbejyfnlaw hislawon hismthetn1
motbejyfnlaw mthetn1 lawon on the charge that he had hadsworn badIt had5Or
sworn 5Or It fateety to the age of her daughter daughterin
in procuring the license At the hearing hearingthe beartngtoo hearingthe
the motherinlaw decided not to press pressthe press1M preentheeaA
the theeaA theeaATh ease easeThe easel1Iit
The l1Iit Th remains of o Oliver Rodier who died diedin diedin diedin
in Washington Wtn on will ill be brought here to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow and A d interred In Bethel Cemetery CemeteryThe CemeteryMIeCuneralwilt Cemeteryfhe
The MIeCuneralwilt funeral wilt take place at X oclock oclockfrom ocieckfrOlft oclockfrom
from the undertaking rooms of W De Demaine De Dern Domain
maine rn on King KI street street tre l and the services serviceswill Mrvk Mrvkwill serviceswill
will be conducted by Rev Father KeHey KeHeyassistant KeUeyUtor KolloyaisLant
assistant pastor of St t t Marys l1ry CathoHe CathoHeChnreh CathDltaC CatholisChurch
Church ChnrehThe C ChurchTime rcII rcIITIle
The funeral of Charles Lovelace took tookplace tMkpIaee tookplace
place this afternoon from IllS lt Ita fa roatr roatrdenee r rdeace readeee
denee on Jrr Franklin kltlt street Rv R RKeI1 lattMr lattMrKettey ht htX
X KeI1 Kettey conducted the service serviceSeveral servicesSeverl rvtca rvtcaSewral
Several of the members of Fitzgerald FitzgeraldComicii FltzgefftkfCOURdI FItzgemkTCouncil
Council Knights of Columbws will fit ge to toRichmond toIUehIllOnd toRichmond
Richmond February 22 2 to witness the ex exemptoneatlo efteat oxeMiletIO
emptoneatlo fteat of the fourth degree of the theoroer t1Mwltlch theorder
order which will 111 occur there tbe that even evening evenlog n nini ¬
log ingMARYLAND
MARYLAND COURT OF APPEALS APPEALSArsrumcnti APPEALSAr APPEALSAriiinicn1n
Arsrumcnti Ar umeni Arc Heard in Two Cuaca Cuacaat CUJCltot uic uicat
at Annnpoli AnnnpoliSeecfel AnnnpoliiSedl nnnpolllStW
Seecfel to 1 The WMhtnetoa Herald HenkLAnnapolis HealdUp Heraldsnapois
Annapolis Up UI Feb If ItToday Todays pre preceadlngB j proeeiflngs re receed1np
ceadlngB of the Court of Appeals were wereas wereas
as 5 follow followXt foUOwx o1lewaXe
Xt Q Ate W Tivpta and d H Gait Ga GaC Gd TIKT TIKTa Thqk Thqkamis
amis James C C DeddI sad others a apnal apnalfms x M MiMly
fms lb CiraIk tm1t on tt fIl 1 iDa oq Cssd iMly vm nSo v vis vmM
is M B0i bj jr S So R It Dnt na m M asd ItoWri I OniMM OniMMfor GRt GRtfor iahsi iahsihi
for t appiRMiU On md T LnMid WUra Wto fer ft ftlirtlnr the theU the4a
lirtlnr lirtlnrj
j 4a Jt U Mftnfe I MnWt Y 1 Dick Md FMI PNDIt M 1 nldt 1M Dtek tar tartte heros
os KiddIe IddIs lINtIIfrs asle W WU trainthe
the ClfMit rswL ort rt si f WteoMiea CoMNtjr C WM warnhi ai alpllll twl twltor
tor T LMMtd Wailes W for f the aRcdbwU dIaata and an John JalmII J JU JohnII
II llMpb 11 i1o and M I IBKwr H WakM fir Uw LMlrH aBpdgng aBpdgng3Ir sdImsMm
3Ir lrH Loivcnhach PaMxcs Away AvaySp AwaySalel OT OTSpMd
Sp SpMd ki It The W Weohla V Mliia tMi ios lltnU lltnUHfurlsonbnrg II IIHarrltORbarg Iteesid1tarrisonbnrg
Hfurlsonbnrg Va Feb 11 1IMrs 1IMrsAla airs airsAnn
4 Ann Ala Arnts Blhabeth Jub lh Lowenbach wife of ofJonas ofJOJIM ofV
V Jonas JoiianA A Lowenbach died at her home homethis hometht homethis
this afternoon after an illness of six sixmonth sixJltoktM sixmoflths
month from a complication of die dteeaaes da dae dieeaOee
eaaes e Sh She was In her seventyeighth seventyeighthyear I
year ar nl d had ba been a member of the theMethod tileXdl8t theMhodlot
Method Xdl8t Mhodlot 1 t Church since she wa warn waey ten tenyears testyears
y years S pM She leave IN vea three ehndr ehndrw children childrenW
W St r and ad Albert M of Harrisonbtrrgi Harrisonbtrrgiand Htnon Harrisonbeergand swlt swltaM
and aua lt A N Carroll of Front RoynF RoynFBefore Rrfol RoystLBsois
Before fol her marriage she wa wu a Mlsa 1m 1mHldtm 1iinsp MlsaHuttraan
p Huttraan Hldtm of Rockingham Count CountjMichael CountlUemcl CountyMichael
Michael Wine Dead DeadHarrisenfeurs Dead5Fci
5Fci 10 1 W WsImt HErald HEraldiarrisosburg d dHaTrisetMur
Harrisenfeurs V Va Va Feb If lMlclwte1 lMlclwte1Wine 1LMicheolWine Michael MichaelWine
Wine died at his home at Folks Run In InBrotks InBrock InRrotks
Brock Gap today In his ninetyfirst ninetyfirstyear nlnet7ftrstYUT ninetylirstyear
year Mr Wine had been in bad health healthfor healthfor healthfor
for Home time time due to the infirmities of ofold ofold ofold
old age He w WM1i a wellknown farmer farmerfor farmerfer farmerfor
for years rs and bad a distinct dl recollec recollecti recellectiiyt j
tlon ti m of the visit of O Oen n Lafayette IMfa Lafatt tt In In1MM In11t InHe
1MM He leaves leav a large fsmlly of ofch ofch j
children ch llc1rt11 I grandchildren and
great greatgrandchildren greatgrandchildren greatgraadchi1dre ¬
grandchildren
EXPECT RAISE IN BATES BATESVirginia RATESYlrJinln RITESVirginia
Virginia People Disturbed Dl turltetl at He Heported Reiwrted
i iImrie
ported Plauft of llnilroudft llnilroudftSpratal ltailrondSflNMl ItalirondsSeale1
Spratal to The WaAftigtan Herald HeraldRichmond Utft11tIRichmond heraldRichmond
Richmond Va Fob 19 lDThe The people in inthte Inthla Inthin
thin city and indeed all over the Staid Staidare Staoal8 Stajeare
are greatly perturbed at the rumor cur current current ourrent ¬
rent here that the railroads operating operatingbetween oJ operatingbetweeg mlIng mlIngbetweon
between Richmond and Norfolk instead insteadof IMtdot Inetsetiof
of reducing the railroad fare from the theCapita theCapital thefap4tal
Capita to the CltybytheSea Cltybythe SM during the theexposition theexposition theexposition
exposition year 8r are preparing prep rlng to raise raisethe raisethe raisethe
the rates to the limit It is understood understoodon
on what is considered good authority authoritythat aulhoritythal authoritythat
that the roundtrip fare between Rich Richmond Richmond Richmond ¬
mond and nd Norfolk will not be lees than thanN thaniO thanuo
uo iO N and may be as high as I IThe 8 8The 1The
The summer excursion rate to Norfolk NorfolkIs
Is only one dollar roundtrip It bad been beenpresumed beonpr beenpresumed
presumed pr StJmed that the rate to the exposition expositionwould expo expositionwould ttlon ttlonwould
would certainly bo as low as the sum summer sumMer summar ¬
mer excursion rate Nothing has ms yet yetbeen yetbeen yetbeen
been done In the matter but it is under understood understood understood ¬
stood that tho th Chesapeake and Ohio and andthe andthe nd ndthe
the Norfolk and Western which are al allied allied cilied ¬
lied roads are getting together for the thepurpose thepurpose thepurpose
purpose of fixing a rate Officiate of the theroad tberOAd theroad
road will not talk dk regarding the matter matterat matterat matterat
at this time timeREUNITED timeREUNITED timeREUNITED
REUNITED AFTER MANY YEARS YEARSCharles YEARSOharles I IOharles
Oharles A Robertson Mourned as asDead asDead asDead
Dead Returns to Family FamilyTaken FamilyToken FamilyTaken
Taken Sick After Leaving Wife lte ami amiChildren InulOhfltlrcl1 riit1Children
Children In 1S9O to Go to toGeorgia toGcorgln toGeorgia
Georgia GeorgiaRoanoke GcorglnStledal GeorgiaSeichi
Stledal Ie The Walllgift WathIsg 1I11L 1I11LRMnoke HsinhLRonoke
Roanoke Va Feb It ItCharles Charles A ARobertson A ARobertwn ARobertson
Robertson a mining engineer mourned mournedas
as dead for seventeen vonteen years 7 by It his hisfamily hwfamily hisfamily I
family today was a8 restored to his hiswife III IIIwlte hiswife
wife and children In their home In Inthis inthis I
this city cityRobertson cl cityRobertson I
Robertson R bertoft left his family at t Shenan Shenandoah Shensedealt i iIloak
dealt Va in 1S99 to go to Georgia on onbusiness onbusiness I Ibustness
business He fell ill and went to an anAtlanta anAtInta II IIAtlanta
Atlanta hospital ho pital His wife ite was advised advisedthat advisedthat
that he was dead and burled The fain family ¬ I
ily 11 donned black and aut moved to Roan Roanck ROIlIIck Roancke
ck cke I ITwo
ckeTwo
Two weeks ago Robertson daugh daughter daUghter 40gbter ¬
ter Miss Mis 1 Gladys Robertson a stenog stenographer steo etelsographer ¬ I
rapher In the ethos of the tM ti president of ofthe ofthe
I
the Tidewater Railroad at Norfolk Norfolktook Norfolktook I It
took t UK a dictation addressed to Charles CharlesA
A 4 Robertson Rober Uio n mining engineer e Dfler Tampa TampaFia TamlFla TampaFla
Fla Miss Uss Robertson fainted An in investigation Investigation Investigation ¬
vestigation was started and today todayRobertson toda todaRobertOn todatRobertson
Robertson arrived In Roanoke His Hiswife Hiswife Illswile
wife and daughters dughl rs swooned when ben he heentered heenttrect heentered
entered the th house Then there was wa re rejoicing rejoicing rejolcing ¬
joicing The family tamil came to Roanoke Roanokeafter RoanokeItlter Roanokealter
after learning Robertson was dead and andhe andbe andhe
he says he could not locate them themJOKE themJOKE themT0XE
JOKE ALMOST PROVES FATAL FATALMan FATALlUnn FATALMan
Man 1ourx Ammonia Into Mouth of otSleeII11J ofSleeping I ISleeping
Sleeping Friend FriendS FrlendSni rlend rlendStftla1
S Stftla1 cM to TIle WMM W WMtlmtes stM llcMld UeeldBaltimore IleisidBaltimore j
Baltimore Feb IS 1IWlth With the lining liningbwned JbabIaDurRetl liningburneti
bwned out of his throat and mouth mouth and andwith Metith andwith
with ith all the skin burned off Ida tongue tongueleaving tongueleaving e elan1A
leaving lan1A it completely raw 1 and badly badlyswollen 1MeII7awollen badlyswollen
swollen Albert AI rl Nibblett of 14U East EastMonument EutMonument Eastidonument
Monument street lies at Ida home in a acritical amtJeal aeritleal
critical condition the victim vteU of an allegedpractical alleged allegedpractical JIepdpractical
practical Joke JokeNlMett jokeNtblett jokeNftilett
NlMett fell asleep In 1 a a chair in m a saloon saloonto saloonto leon leonto
to be awakened by b a Iua burning sensation sensationand sensationand tIeD tIeDaDd
and to discover that bin month was full fullof tullf fullof
of f some fiery liquid which Ide afterward afterwardproved atteranlIMOved afterwardproved
proved to be pure ammonia lDlDOIIt In front of ofhtm ofItf ofhiss
hiss Itf a man n whom hem he reeegntaed recgM as s James JamesMachea J JMadtea JamesMachen
Machea was standing with a a bottle m fa his hisI hisband I Ihand
I hand handAccording baDCIAceordhlg bandAccording
According to Niblett Machen admitted admittedbeing admittedet admittedbeing
being et the guilty t7 person but said that he hehad hehad hehad
had only been playing a joke and that thatthe tootthe thatthe
the whole thing was done hi a spirit spiritof spiritof rtt rttoC
of fun Nlbiett went ent at t once to his htehome hlahome hishome
home and summoned Dr Harry M Wege Wegefarth Wegefarth Wegefarth
farth who is 1 now attending him himMachen bimIaeben himMachen
Machen was w arrested arre ted and is held to toawait toawait toawait
await the result of Nlbbletts injuries injuriesALLEED InjurtaALLEGED InjuriesALLEGED
ALLEGED SWINDLERS CAUGHT CAUGHTRochester CAUGHTnoclle CAUGHTliochealer
Rochester noclle ter Authorities Arrest Two TwoMen TwoJlcn TwoMen
Men Wanted in Baltimore BaltimoreSpecial DnUhl1oreSpedal ihaltiznorc1rd1
Special 1rd1 to The WaAhtettw Herald HemUBaltimore HeraldBaltimore HeraldBaltimore
Baltimore Feb IS 13Marshal Marshal Farman re received re reCeiTed received ¬
ceived a communication from Rochester Roehe ter N NY NY NV
Y stating that Morris Miller liIler and Joseph JosephStedman Jo JosephStedman ephStedmu
Stedman who are wanted here on the thecharge thecharge thecharge
charge of passing pa tng a raised check of the theDrovers theDrovers theDrovers
Drovers and Mechanics National Bank Bankof Bankct BankGf
of this city have been arrested in inRochester InRoche InRochester
Rochester RochesterThe Roche RochesterThe ter terThe >
The accused men recently married J two twoHebrew twoHebtew tjHebrew
Hebrew girls at Trenton N J and at atI atthe atthe
I the time of their arrest they had in their theirpossession tbelrn theirpossession
possession n SJft 4i in cash Sft in diamonds diamondsand dlamondlind diamondsand
and nd M6 worth of new furniture Both Bothmen Bothmen Bothmen
men reside in New York City and it itis ItIs itis
is alleged have swindled banks to the theamount theaJftOunt theamount
amount ef about 1 ILNO
I
I EVELYN THAW AGAIN AGAINTAKES TAKES STAND
I COOTIXUBD FROM FIRST IItST IAGa IAGahe lAGIltemu itGllie
he temu must t Impose tmpo 8 upon her if he oroas oroasavsmlned or08tJmlned oronsevamined
avsmlned mlned her at all nor had ho nny nnywlh nnywl anywish
wish wl h to rake up all the stories she had hadtold h hadtold d dtold
told agaIn agrainlBut a6lnnut agaInBut
But the defense decn Q makes no con concession 001Ion COIlcession ¬
cession Ion The court declined to inter interfere intorfere Intercrc ¬
fere crc In the mattor and thoro was > noth nothing noUlIns nothing ¬
ing to do but go on with tho cross crossexamination crossexamination crossexamination
examination or waive 1L Dolmua an announced nnnOUlICed announced ¬
nounced that the direct examination eta nlnoUon of oftlte orU18 ofthe
the witness was wa oompletod completedThus oompletodThus oompletodThus
Thus it appeared that the defense had hadforced hndCoreed hadforced
forced the district attorney to follow the thecourse thecourse thecourse
course it preferred but there were many manyIn mftnyIn manyIn
In court who doubted If it was really real1 a avictory Itv1ctory avictory
victory for the Thaw side The afternoon afternoonwas aftcrnoonWAS afternoonWAS
was full of tilts tn between counsel counselWhen cOJnsolWhen cokinsoiWhen
When the district attorney did begin his hiscrossexamination hilicro hiscrossexamInation
crossexamination cro examlnatlon his methods were wereclosely werecloHly werecIoaIy
closely studied by the spectators who had hadbeen hadtoen leadbeen
been wondering how tho prosecutors prosecutorswould prosecutorswould prosecutorswould
would deal with ith the little woman who had hadtold hadtokl hadtold
told such an extraordinary stor story In the thewent th theftorl theeffort
effort to sUe her husbands life Jarome Jaromewent Joromewent
went about his unwelcome task quietly quietlyami qulotlynd quietlyanil
ami nd calmly Impersonally asking his ques questions questlone quentkrns ¬
tions simply mp1l and slowly and with an on onttr 00tire ontire
ttr tire absence of any effort effort at intimation intimationAfternoon IntimationA lnt1nationAfternoon
A Afternoon ScNnion ScNnionMr ScaalonMrs
Mr Mrs Calne was recalled reeaUbd to the stand standimmediately standImm standImmediately
immediately Imm < lately after the noon recess and andJerome andJerome andJerome
Jerome took up her Il r crossexamination crossexaminationgain crossexaminatlonsaia crossexaminationagain
again gain He wanted to know who paid the therent lhel therent
rent l of the apartment In Ninetyfirst Ninetyfirststreet Ninetyfirstat1eet Ninetyfirststreet
street where the witness testified she and andEvelyn andBTeIn andIvelyn
Evelyn Nesbit lived for three weeks after afterThaw afterrbal afterThaw
Thaw and Miss lU Nesbit had left the Cum Cumberland CumlterJand Cunibetiand ¬
berland Hotel because they would not notregister notresteter notregister
register as man and wife Mrs Calne CalneWid CalnoId Cainesaid
said Id she paid It ana had never been re reimbursed rc rcim1turHd rehnbureed ¬
imbursed After that throe weeks JJriss JJrissNesbit isn isnNesbit Stl StlNMbJt
Nesbit went wentto Mt to live with Mrs Irs Jewett in inThirtyseventh Inrtdrtyseventh inThirtyseventh
Thirtyseventh street street and stayed there thereuntil thereuntil thereuntil
until she went to Dr Bulls sanitarium sanitariumfor SIlnitariumfor sanitariumfor
for an operation oper for appendicitis appendicitisDuring appendicltlsDuriJig appendicitisDuring
During that three weeks of residence at atthe attbe atthe
the Ninetyfirst netftr5t street apartment th thJ thJ11ln thuwithose j jwltnew
wltnew 11ln and Sites Nesbit went out every everynight everyJttgftt everyrelgiet
night to dinner and the theater with withThaw withTM withThtw
Thaw TM who did not come to the house housefor hOU8for housefor
for them but always sent an electric han liansonr hanaonJ sn sncorn
corn The witness also knew Miss Nesbit Nesbitwhen Nesbitwhen Nesbitwhen
when she lived at the Grand Hotel after afterhe Arterahe aftershe
she he returned from her first trip to Europe Europein
in 101 1 She was as living with her maid maidand maidand maidand
and another woman whom the witness witnessdid wltneadid witnessdid
did not know kno Mrs CalM never heard Iteardof heanlof heardof
of Thaw being there Miss Nesbit Nesbitmother Nel5bltIIS NesbitsmotbOr >
mother was IIS in town part of the time timehut tJ tJbut timehut
hut did not live with her daughter daughterX daughterXeWlltIIler daughterNeVMPaIcr
X XeWlltIIler wi > ai > er Notoriety otorIct Avoided AvoidedThe AoIllcI1The AvoidedThe
The witness s knew that Thaw Miss MissNesbit IsNesbit MienNesbit
Nesbit and the letters mother were in inEurope InEurope InEurope
Europe at the same me time but did iiot iiotknow ilOtknow iotknow
know if Thaw wa was with the two t O women womenAltos WOIIMtftlta womenMiss
Altos lta KesMt llt had never Dff r told her about it itShe ItShe It ItShe
She had lived with Miss lls NeeWt to t ex extend extend oxtend ¬
tend to her her protection against news newspaper newlipaper newspaper ¬
paper notoriety notorietyJerome notorWt7JelOlDe notorietyJerome
Jerome tried to get the witness to say saythat saythat y ythat
that she knew that Thaw and Miss Nes NesbU NNbU Nrabit
bU hud been ejected from the Hotel Cum Cumberland CUIltwrla Cumborland ¬
borland d but the court would only allow allowher allowber allowher
her to say y that she he had read of It ItDuring itDuri ILDurlag
During Duri all these th e dinners and nd theater theaterparties theaterpartletl theaterpane
parties were wer the acts conduct conc1 t and con conversation 011eraaUon conversatlon ¬
versation of the defendant dete dnnt in your opin opinion opinIon opinion ¬
ion rational in character characterExcept ehantcterrExeept characterrCce
Except Cce when he saw w Mr Ir White WhiteThe WhiteThe WhiteThe
The witness said she never knew k Thaw Thawto 1ta 1taSo Thawto
to drink to excess excea that lha t he never seemed seemednervous aeemednerous seemednervous
nervous or apprehensive except when he hesaw hiaw hesaw
saw White hlte She never at any aft other time timesaw UmeMW timesaw
saw anything about Thaw that would wouldsuggest wouklelK uld uldsuggest
suggest elK unsoundness of mind mindMr mindMr mind4r
Mr 4r Detains asked about the operation operationat
at Dr Bulls BuU sanatorium and the wit witness wttnea witflees ¬
ness said she bad only onl hearsay Ileana knowl knowledge knowled knowledge ¬
edge ed e of it it She Sb told Jerome a moment momentlater JIIOmeDtlatu momentlater
later that Miss M Necbit N It herself had told toJdher taldr toldher
her r that It was for appendicitis aPleftdldULlet The Thedistrict TheditrIet
district let attorney attorne also 180 learned that when whenThaw WlMaThaw whenThaw
Thaw saw White he turned very pate palebl pal and andhis andhis
his bl eyes bulged ecl out of his head 41 Mrs MrsCaine MrsCaine In InCaine
Caine saM Id that she was never at t Stan Stanford StaBlord Stanford ¬
ford Whites WhIte apartment Mr Hamett HamettWhites HrnettWhltes HarnettWhites
Whites secretary once came and d asked askedher ulredber askedher
her to go there she said She Sb SaM she shewas sbewas shewas
was now living 1Iln at the Hotel H01 1 Albert with withher wltbbel withher
her husband husbandLetter hUBbaRdleHcr husbandLetter
Letter from Mr Ir Irs Xcxbit XcxbitKvelyn clJlt clJltEvelyn eahuiEvelyn
Evelyn Thaw was recalled Mr Dd Ddnus DeIIb8 Delma
nus ma got her to identify ldentif a letter written writtenin rltleaIn
in April IfW 1 IP from her mother to Harry HarryThaw HalTThaw HarryThaw
Thaw Jerome objected C to the letter be bents be betnI helng ¬
nts tnI admitted aclmltt in evidence and a d Detmas Detmasthug DelmasUuI8 Dehassthus
thug explained its relevance relevanceThte rtleVRncertaJa relevanceThis
This is a letter from the mother writ written wrttten vqrttten ¬
ten after < Evelyn Nesbit btt submitted submittedto
to the operation n performed upon her herwhile Jterwltf1e herwhile
while she was at t school at Pompton N NJ N NJ NJ
J It will tend to show that at t this l period periodhe perlodhe periodhe
he had sought sou t her hand and wooed her herin berin herin
in honorable marriage mar with the consent consentand COMentand consentand
and approval of her mother It will show showthat showthat chowthat
that his attentions to the young lady at atthis atthis atthis
this time were approved by her mother motherami moUterand motherand
and his kindness ktnd to her was appreciated appreciatedAccording appreciatedACOrdlng appreciateilAccording
According to the testimony of Mrs MrsCalne lIraCaine MrsCaine
Caine replied the district attorney acid acidly acidly acidly ¬
ly Thaw came there and made a din dtetinct dinUnct UsUnct
Unct cash proposition n to the mother to tosupport tosupport tosupport
support the mother and son and on the thebasis thebasta thebasis
basis of the distinct cash proposition the themother tilemother themother
mother went in and agreed that she would wouldtry wouldtry wouldtry
try to influence the girl to marry Mm MmNow MmNow 1dmNow
Now after aft > r this distinct proposition that
I I DAILY FASHION HINT I
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This Springs Covert Jacket JacketSmart JacketSmart JacketSmart
Smart separate i coat coats for spring made jand and fitting the figure flgu rather n neatly atly A Aof Aor Aof
of covert dotS novelty suiting and of I departure d PArture from the < lbtiBd selfih n or orIn orS
heavy eheviota S are among the earliest I I strapped seam COAt of the past Is noted
i In the us use of the line cloth plaitings pl tlnss In InThe
sellers In the new seasons season s garments rments
SMtt t1 > and controlled by cloth pipings
The Illustrated IIIu trat > model shows a coat of and Clothcovered
straps buttons are arewvert ar arovert arecovert
overt < a trifle longer than last years year used very effectively
she should writ write kindly letters to Thaw Thawwould Thawwould Thawwould
would not tend to show that he was wasorazy wasomz wasurazy
orazy omz so far as I can a n see It looks to toma toma toInn
ma to be utterly immaterial and irrclc irrclcvnnt lrroleVftnt irrelevant
vnnt vnntI I take an exception to those remarks remarksinterrupted rom remarksInterrupted arks arksIntorrupted
interrupted Dolmas olmlUl gravely as Improper Improperand Improperand improperand
and not borne out by the evidence evidenceCounsel QidenceCounsel evidenceCounsel
Counsel added that he was trying to toprove toprove toprove
prove that Thaw understood that he was wasa W wasa tcI tcIa
a welcome wooer for the hand ot Mrs MrsHolmans AIrsHolman trs trsHoimans
Holmans daughter daughterHow daughterHow daughterHow
How could anything any thins be more obvious obviousIn
In view of this cash consideration de demanded demanded denuinded
manded Jerome JeromeCourt JeromeCourt JeromeCourt
Court Admits Letter LetterThe LcttcrThe LettcrThe
The learned counsel is entitled to take tnkcthat tukethllt takethat
that view of It It If h he pleases replied repliedDelmas roptleaDelmu repliedDetaIns
DetaIns He added dded that whether Mrs MrsHolman tInHolnui MrsHoiman
Holman was WK after the cult or not wa wanot Wll Wllnot wunot
not material but only the effect of her herletter h herletter r rJetter
letter on Thaws mind Tho court ulti ultimately ulttmately ultimately ¬
mately admitted the letter Hero it Is IsPamlleo IsPamJleo isPamlieo
Pamlleo School for Girls Pompton NJ NJDear NJDear NJDear
Dear Mr Thaw Evelyn has suffered sufferedterribly suffere4terribly sufferedterribly
terribly but is now out of all nl danger As Assoon Assoon Assoon
soon ag a the doctor can ell with safety move moveher O1oeher moveher
her she will be taken to the hospital hospitalShe h08pltlilShe hospitalShe
She was pleased to have your note Mia MiaDeForeet MhDeForeel iiss iissDeForest
DeForest is delighted with her and Is Ismore Ismore Ismore
more than faithful sending the telegrams telegramsI
I received your very kind letter and andthank an anthank andthank
thank you very much for It it Howard Howardhere is ishare ishere
here but leaves today I hope you OU are arevery arevery ru ruery
very ery welL Trusting to hear from you yousoon yousoon OU OUiQOn
soon I am sincerly
alncerlYE
E F NESBiT NESBiTThe NmSBITThe NESBITThe
The letter was wa addressed to Thaw in incare incare
care of George Lauder Carnegie at Fer Fernandina Fernandina Fernandim
nandina Fla MImI DeForest D FGre t was one of ofthe oflhe ofthe
the teachers at Pamlleo PamlleoMr PamlleoMrs PamileoMrs
Mr Mrs Evelyn Evel n Thaw told of a conversa conversation eonverMtlon convernation ¬
tion she had with Thaw about May and andStanford andStanford andStnford
Stanford White in Plttsburg early lust lastyear lustye lustyear
year ye r rUMr
yearMr
UMr Mr Thaw rh told me she saId that thatStanford thatStntoro thatStanford
Stanford White rhlte was constantly calling callingupon callingupon callingupon
upon May Iay Mcljnzle Ic nzte and h he was afraid afraidsomething afrAid80methlng afraidsomething
something might happen to her I said saidthat sAidtlult saidthat
that was impossible that May McKenzie McKenzlewas McKenziewas McKenziewas
was a young woman perfectly capable of oflooking oflo ofiooklng
looking lo ktng after fh r and taking care of herself herselfand herMItni herselfand
and ni he said Id Yes he knew that that but he hewas MILfrald ii iiwas
was afraid Stanford S nord White in some way waymight wayml waymight
might ml ht do something and I said no iee that thatMay thalIay thatMay
May Iay McKenzie had told ine that if a aman aman aman
man ever threatened her she woukl shoot shoothim shoothim shoothim
him Mke a dog and if she did not her herfather herfUlOr herfather
father would come on and shoot him himYou himYou himYou
You may crossexamine said saidshortly Delimit Delimitshortly Deilntllllurlly
shortly and a cl sat down downCounsel downCounel downCounsel
Counsel Get Acrimonious AcrlmonlunaI
I suppose said Jerome counsel oou will willabide wittabide willabide
abide by the stipulation made mad before beforerecess beforerecess ore orerece
recess that the ere etXaJtdMUen erec examination should ahoul4be shouldbe shouldbe
be reserved reservedThte re erve4Thl reservedThis
This precipitated a prolonged acrimoni acrimonious acnmonlo ¬
ous o 01 passage ge at arms between Delmas and andJerome UNIJeronte andJerome
Jerome in which they st mod several severaltime stnerattlme8 severaltimes
time times on the point of panning the lie lieDelmas lieI lisDelinas
Delmas I started the ball by replying replyingsharply rplylngsharply replyingsharply
sharply to Jerome JeromeIf JeroMeuIt JeromeIf
uIt If your honor pIeuM plea see I notified the thedistrict tltedt thedistrict
district dt attorney at receoc and I notify notifyhtm notteyhim notifyhim
him now that whatever stipulations I Imake Imake Imake
make I Hve up to There is no necessity necessityof
of being reminded of them I did stipulate stipulatewith tlpulatwltb stipulatewith
with the learned district attorney Att rney this thtemorning tbisJItOIftID thismorning
morning JItOIftID that It wa w was proper r that tha t he should shouldpostpone shouldthe shouldpostpone
postpone the croeeexamtnatlon cros egnnlnattoa of this thislady thisIa4y thislady
lady If he desired I did not stipulate stipulatethat stipultetl8t stipulatethat
that it should be postponed JNMtpon cl indefinitely indefinitelyand Ind hedeftaftelyand lely lelyand
and I notified him distinctly UIICU upon the ad adjournment Idjournment edjournment ¬
journment of court that my stipulation stipulationwent stipulationent stipulationwent
went ent nV do > further than the convening of ofcourt ofcourt ofcourt
court this th afternoon and I told him that thatwe thatwe thatwe
we had already had one adjournment adjournmenttest MJovrllmeatJut 4journmcntInst
test week in order to enable him to pre prepare prepere peepare ¬
pare his crossexamination crossexaminationTour croaxamlnaUonYour crmaxamlnstlonYour
Your honor will hear in mind that there thereare thenare thereare
are two wltneses 1 who ere kept here in at attendance attelHJan attendance ¬
tendance telHJan away from important public in institutions 11IIIdtutlon Institutlous ¬
stitutions Dec Evans En and Wagner atner await awaiting awaitbig alt alt11m ¬
big the pleasure re of the district attorney attorneyto atLOcMto
to examine exa them Now here Is another anotherwitness sootherwitnem thr thrwbe
witness who te to be postponed poetpen d In Indefinitely IMdeftntt isdednitoly ¬
definitely deftntt We are entitled entat to towe knowwtere knowwterewe kno re reand
we stand standJerome standIeroine and andJcrome 1
Jerome UxiircMNeft HCIn CICICe Surprise SurpriseI
I am somewhat surprised retorted retortedJerome retortedJerome retortedJerome
Jerome that counsel should suggest est a adelay adelay adelay
delay In the h croexamutatkm amblatJon of Drs DrsJCvana thsEvans
Evans and Wagner Wa r kept from important importantInstitutions Importantla importantinstitutions
Institutions la on the part of the district districtattorney districtattorney
iattel1ley attorney because be himself has informed informedthat InformedUaat Informedthat
that he had not completed their direct ex examination cxallalllation oxaseheation ¬
amination and has ha said so In court courtI eourtHI I
HI I inform you so now I am not charg charging charglug ¬ I
lug you with wit any aD fault fault said Delmas DelmasWould DelmuouJd DelmanWould
Would ouJd you be so kind as to allow me meuninterrupted meaterrupted meunInterrupted
uninterrupted to address the court r said saidthe saidtate sIdthe
the district attorney frigidly frigidlyIt 1 ly lyIt I
It te I the custom on the Atlantic Untte Coast CoastA CoastA
A custom as I learn I from rOM the learned learneddistrict learcJhltrict learneddlitrict
district attorneys tt lM7s conduct that Is more morehonored tOIehonored morehonored
honored in the breach eh than in the ob observances o o8erva ohaervance ¬
servances 8erva responded Delmas with a amile aemit asmile
mile emitJerome smileJerome mileJerome
Jerome did not smile He gathered terflod him himself himIf blueself ¬
self If together t ether for attack and then said saidslowly saidslowly Id Idslowly
slowly in a low voice voiceThe wkeThe voiceThe
The fact that Dr Wagner and Dr DrEvans DrEyan DrEvans
Evans are not crossexamined by b the die dtetrtet dlstrlct dietrtct
trtet attorney is due to the failure falI re of the thedefense thedeen thedefense
defense e to complete their direct examina examination examlnatJcHL examination ¬
tion And I will 1U try your honor to hold holdto holdto holdto
to the th position I have always taken tltkenthttt tltkenthtttIf that thatK
K If In my m opinion an honest can caS of o insanity insanityte Inaanlt InaanltIs
Is made out here I will stand up in court courtand courtand courtand
and say 7 so but it te prOpel that I should shouldnot shouldnot shosidnot
not take this unfortunate young ouns woman womanthrough womanthrough womanthrough
through the course I should have to take takeher takeleer takeher
her unless it becomes a matter m ttar of stern sternnecessity sternaeceq sternnecessity
necessity aeceq fty and I am surprised that any anyreputable anyreputable anyreputable
reputable counsel should attempt to force forcea orce orcea I
a crossexamination under these circum circumstances clrcumsUmeeL circumstances ¬
stances I submit that there is a discre discretion dlscretlOft discretioi ¬
tion that your honor has and should exer exerCfae exereI8e exerelse I
else until It is seen whether such a cross crossexamination croS4iex1tmlnaUon crosoexamination
examination be necessary necessaryCourt nece5SAr nece5SArCourt necessaryCourt
Court Shuts Hartridprc Off OffHartridge oliHvtrId OffHrtildge
Hartridge HvtrId e here attempted to tell the thecourt thecourt theeiurt
court that he h was present Xes nt when wh n Jerome Jeromeand J Jeromesad eronle eronleaM
and Delmas stipulated The district at attorney ata atteensy ¬
teensy was a distinctly dt tlnctly told he h began beganwhen bet1Uit beganwhit
when it the court shut him off offWe 0 0We offVe
We Ve decline to allow Mm cay BUy further furthertime fuiUlertIme furthertime
time tIme said Hartridge shortly 8bort1 He Helas Helasbiktn lietakCn has hastaken
taken ail the time necessary to make up uphfe upIds uphis
> Ids mind mindI mindSI IJIC1 IJIC1I
SI I am not asking any time of this thtegentleman tit tittJeJnaft thisgenuemeus
gentleman tJeJnaft or of the defense said saidJerome Sflhlj saidJerome
Jerome j Jerome rome in some exasperation I desire desirethai desirethat
thai t1at they go o on with 1tAt the ease ace I if they theyknew lhejknow theyknow
know where they the ought to go on with 1Ul It ItAnd ItAnd ItAnd
And when they go on with 1tk it I will cross crossexamine ero eroexam crossairmnlne
examine exam this witness if it is necessary necessaryWe Jl CMnrye nectersaryWe
We e are here to try and And ascertain the thetruth thetrutJl thetruth
truth and the whole question Is Was WasHarry WasHarry ras rasHarJy
Harry K Thaw Tha insane when he killed killedStanford killedStnford killedStanford
Stanford White And I repent sir that thatwhen thatwlteu thatwhete
when the evidence evldet on that subject is in inIf InI inIf
If I I am not of the honest t opinion that he liewas heWK hewas
was WK I am not going to waste this courts courtstime courtslime courtsLiner
time by contending anything else elseThing elseThings elseThings
Things were warmed up by this time ttm to tosuch tosueh tosuch
such a temperature t that a good many of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the spectators sl < tato18 would not have been sur surprised surpriec1 surprised ¬
prised if personal violence had resulted resultedbut resultedbut resultedbut
but Delmas tried to pour oil on the waters watersby wntersby watersby
by saying yi that he was ready to postpone postponeEvelyn po postponeEvelyn tpone tponeBYbn
Evelyn Thaws crossexamlnauon on to some somegiven somogIen somegiven
given time but not Indefinitely IndefinitelyDclntUK IndcflnltehDclmttH IndefinitelyDelmas
DclntUK DOCK Not ot Agree AgreeAir AglccIr AgreeMr
Air Jerome answered that If the defense defensewould dcfoMeeuld defenseaouid
would euld stipulate to call no more witnesses witnessesa
a u 5 to facts he would willingly tako up upthe uptM upthe
the crossexamination of Mrs Thaw ThawBut ThawJ3ut Thawut
But ut Delmas would not do anything of the thekind theIdnf thekind
kind He said It was mo moat t extraordinary extraordinarythat cxtmoratniuy cxtmoratniuythat extraordinarythat
that the defense should be naked to tell tellthe t1Ithe tellthe
the district attorney what its evidence evidencewas cvlthmcewa evidencewas
was wa going to be beNow booNow beNow
Now I 11ft say he h added bitterly ap appreciating apprectaUng apprecatng ¬
preciating the delicacy deUeac of feelings which whichliave whichhAve whichhave
hAve heretofore prompted the learned learneddistrict le learneddistrict rned rneddistrict
district attorney and with which I credit credithim creditisbn rodlthim
him if he desires a reasonable time to toprepare to topreptlre toprepare
prepare himself to crossexamine this thiswitness tblswitness thiswitness
witness I will take it upon myself form formally formally formaiiy ¬
ally to stipulate in that solemn manner mannerwhich mftnncrwhich mannerwhich
which it seems necessary here to observe observein
in order to make mak a binding stipulation
between counsel in any manner satis satisfactory saU saUfactory sat1factory ¬
factory tto him for that postponement postponementI
I understand that the learned district at attorney attome attorney ¬
torney tome makes the proposition that ho howill howill howill
will honestly believe that this defendant defendanton deCendllnton
on the 3Sth of June last lasl was of unsound unsoundmind unsoundmind unsoundmind
mind he will Abandon this prosecution prosecutionIs o ecutton ecuttonXs
Is that the proposition propositionI
1 make no proposition to counsel re retorted retorted retorted ¬
torted the district attorney aUorno because I Iespecially Iespecially Iespecially
especially warned counsel that I should shouldhave ahuuldI1IVB ahouldlittvo
have no dealings de Ungs with him in future ox oxcept except e ecopt
cept In open court I had addressed my myself t tsot myself ¬
self wholly to the court courtCroKMexainlnation courtCroJll8exnmlnntlon courtCrossexnniinatlon
CroKMexainlnation UCKUII UCKUIIJerome BegeiceJerome e t1n t1nJerome
Jerome said s ld shortly that he would agree agreeto agreeto g1ec g1ecto
to begin the crossexamination of Mrs MrsThaw MrsIhaw IsIrsThaw
Thaw on Thursday morning That helped helpednothing helpednothlns helpednothing
nothing because it appeared that in the theabsence theabsence theabcnee
absence of any further agreement be between be between between ¬
tween counsel the defense would have haveto hav havto liavOto
to put on Its other witnesses This was wasJust wasjblilt wasjust
Just what Jerome had been contending contendingfor
for and just what Delmas Had Ita i been de declining de declining docUtting ¬
clining to do The court declining to in interfere JRterftr interfare ¬
terfere Jerome could only as af for an anadjournment anadjournment anadjournmen
adjournment t waive crossexamination crossexaminationentirely croseexalntlonenUb crossexaminationentirely
entirely or start the crossexamination crossexaminationWith CtOsscxamlnatlonWith crossexamInatIonWith
With manifest reluctance he chose the thelast thelast thelast
last procedure procedureHe procedureHe procedurelie
He first showed Evelyn Thaw several severalpapers severalpapers vera I Ipapers
papers They looked like checks H Hasked if ifIUIkod Hrasked
asked her if they bore her h signature and andshe andshe andshe
she said she > thought they did Jerome Jeromeasked J8lOtneasked Jeromeasked
asked if she received 5 25 a week during duringthe durinSthe duringthe
the year ettr 1892 1 when she WItS not playing playingShe plalngShe playingShe
She said she he did Jerome showed her heranother heranother heranother
another document but Delmas objected objectedto objeCtedto <
to the contents and all n Jerome could get geton et eton
on the record was the fact that the wit witness witness witness ¬
ness wrote roto a letter to the Mercanile MercanileTrust MereannTrust MercanfieTrust
Trust CompaHy Compa The district attorney attorneygot attorneygot attorneygot
got the witness to identify other papers papersas papersas papersas
as receipts for money moneySay monQSn moneySays
Say Sn Says She SIi Loved Thaw ThnvrJerome ThnwJerome ThawJerome
Jerome asked her if she had loved Thaw Thawwhen Thawwhen Thawwhen
when she he had refused him In Paris SIte Snesaid SIteSKid Sansaid
said that she did and that her acquaint acquaintance acquaintknee equalntnee ¬
knee nee with White wa w waa her only onl reason for forrefuting torreCuwtns forrefusing
refuting to marry him himYou blmYou himYou
You loved him so much that you ou went wentand weatand wentand
and told him that you could not be his htewife hltrIe hiswife
wife Ie because lien others would jeer at him himbecause himbecause himbecause
because of what had happened te you youinquired OttInquired youinquired
inquired Jerome Mrs Thaw Thaw said aW hI that thatthat thattbat thatthat
that w wa was correct correctYou correctYou correctYou
You didnt reject jeet him because beck you youwere 70a 70awere youwere
were thinking of ot marrying semebody ew eb be4y eke ekeor elseor ekeor
or or because c he didnt have Ita money enough enoughor fII fIIor
or anything of that kind kindNo kt ktNo kindNo
No dr drYour airYetur sirYour
Your early ltlIle life m In PenwsrJvawte PeI wa wahumble wu wubumblo washumble
humble and often pov portJtftr1ek rty tr1 kn through throughyour tJlMHtJkOIIr throughyoUr
your fathers mtefertnner mtefertnnerYes mWertnorYec misfortuserYet
Yes YesYet
Yet JOUr life IIf was pare and a no you lead hndgood leadgood 4 4Seod
good Influence in your home surround surroundTee urro IWIMI Ml
l nca g r
gYes Yes YesSo 1 TeeSo es esSo
So you grew rew between fifteen Alteentocn and six sixteen sixteen ¬
teen so simple mple In your your life and surround 8tJ1TOUIMIIng surroundlags itrroumlingn
lags Ing that after ail I these terrible even eveny e eyM events eventsyen
y yM Have mentioned the memory of your yourrat yourrst OUI OUIIntt
Intt rat poignant sorrow about the conductor conductorpotting eeIIdtIetDrputtlng eessduetewputting
potting the tI eat out of the train stftt < 111 l lin lingers 1iIgers liigore ¬
gers ia your memory metMr7Yest memoryYes T TYes
Yes Yest sir sirYour 8fr1r sirTour
Your mother until yon came te Ifew IfewYork JfeYork ifwYork
York had been bse the to4wtfciier 1iIHr I1C C the ttofa t1faaDltyT thetinily
fa faaDltyT faaDltyTExeetURC tinily tinilyExeeiithsg nyr nyrExceptlns
Exceptlns for my paling to haph PhihWtel PhihWtelphte IhnndIphia
phte phteAnd ph OfAJt4 Of
And she was very earefvt carel of yo 1M te tePhiladelphia inPhiladelphia
Philadelphia was ahe sae net netYes DGtr DGtrYes otr otrYes
Yes
Jerome Asks AIIi About POM 10 Poses PosesJerome II CM CMJerome C III IIIJerome
Jerome showed the witness the register registerof re reor
of the Hotel Savoy Savo for October M Mand to tond i uN uNand
and nd got t the witness to Identify Identlf her herlure signs signature signsterra ¬
lure He then rend from the record of Mr MrKvelya M MXyplJJ Mrs MrsFveiyn
Kvelya Thaws Thaw testimony tUIDoft her story of ofIng pee peeing p plug ¬
ing for White and nd a a photographer raplMr at a astudio astlldto astadlo
studio on East Twentysecond TwentT street streetAnd streetAnd t tAnd
And the events that led up to It are areindelibly areIndHbl7 areindelibly
indelibly engraven upon your rated ratedYes m1 m1Yes mindYes
Yes said the witness firmly Kr KrDeimas JDelmu MrDe1tut
Deimas objected and Mr Jerome turned turnedon tUlHdOR turnedOs
on him k with illt the angry rf remark remarkNow remartcN remarkNow
Now N W may ma I not be at t this critical mo moment m0 m0ment memeat
ment uninterrupted with itb this th witness It ItIt Itin
It It absolutely b a critical moment momentBut momentql momentBut
But ql Delmas Imu went on to address add the thecourt thttmurt thecourt
court and got himself overruled oyerruledJelOlM overruledJerome overruledJerome
Jerome wanted to know about Mrs MrsThaws IISThaws MrsThaws
Thaws posing for the th photographer in a akimono aklJIIORO akimono
kimono with her chin upon a peter peterbears poiab8rs polarbears
bears head She said Id she had so posed posedand
lid that all those pose were ere perfectly perfectlyproper perCeetIrJHOftft perfectlyproper
proper and nd modest modestThen nHHIe8tnett modestThen
Then Jerome asked her when she fleet Intleamecl fleetlearned
learned she had been named in the Led Lederr Lcderer
erer divorce case referring to George W WLederer WLederer WLederer
Lederer formerly manager of the Cnalno CnalnoTheater CUlaonter eselnoTheater
Theater TheaterShe nterSbe TheaterShe
She said it wa was when she rend of it m mthe in inthe inthe
the newspapers neWlfpapeln in ISM She admitted NlllltU4writing admittedwriting
writing one or two letters to Stanford StanfordWhite SUt SUtWhite StanfordWhite
White from Europe in ISM Jill 11 after Thaw Thnwhad Thawhad
had proposed to marry her She did didremember notremember not notremember I
remember cabling to him himThis blmThis himThis
This brought the proceeding up to the thehour thour thehour
hour of adjournment adjournmentMr adjournmentJlornhtJ adjournmentMorning
Morning SessIon SeIIlonor SessIon1r
Mr 1r Delmas began his examination examinationYou exIDaUolLYou examinationYou
You have alretHt already testified Mrs I Thaw Thawthat Tba Tbath1 Thawthat
that you are familiar with itb the handwrit handwriting basdwritbig orIt ¬
big of C Stanford White said the attorney attorneyI Ome7now
I now hand you a paper and ask if iffrom IfirGIn ifrota
from rota beginning to end it te in the hand handwriting haadwrtUH handWriting ¬
writing wrtUH of Mr 11 Whiter WhiterMrs VJltterMrs Vhdte VhdteMrs
Mrs Thaw gazed at the paper PltperI evident evidently evidently ¬
ly I a letter and Mid It U Is Ids hand handwriting htuM1wr1tfn hatedwriting ¬
writing writingMr wr1tfn wr1tfnMr writingMr
Mr Dames banded the witness e eothEr six sixother Mxothcr
other letters and they tM also M were identi identified Wend WendJed Ideitilied ¬
Jed as having Ita vtn come from Stanford White WhiteThu WlllteTht WhIteThe
The letters were marked mark as S defd defendants detatsxhlblts defendantsexhibits t3
exhibits Q R R S T 1 IT V and nd W WAfter WACter WAfter
After a moments delay le1a still other let tetters letters lettees ¬
ters were Identified IdentifiedI
In ail Mrs rrs Thaw TJut identified fortytwo fortytwoletters fortytwotters fortytwolatters
letters tters and wa was nearly half an hour at atthe attItc attlec
the task taskA lUteAs taakAs
A As the examination of the letters wa waconcluded wu wuconcluded wasconcluded
concluded Mr Debnc turned to the wit witness wttne9 witEnter ¬
ness
Enter I l1ter May Jln McKenzie SIcKenxlcHow McKenzie1Iow lcIcn7irHow
How long IO have IMive you OCkMwn known May layMtc layMtckMler Mc Mckeiwsler Mqcknzie
keiwsler keiwslerSince kMlerStnee knzie knzieSince
Since 19 19How 1111 1111Huw 131fuw
How fuw Iwng 1un has Mr Thaw known wn her herSince kerr llerrSInce kerrSince
Since SInceDid WW WWDid P101Did
Did you in May A3 UK rehtte to Mr MrThaw MrThaw Ir IrThaw
Thaw a conversation you had with 1th May MayMnekenzle 1fIUiMekeazle MayMackenzie
Mackenzie especially e with tit reference f rMee to towhat towhat towhat
what she anW Izl to you regarding rcardl Standard StandardWhiter StaJlfonlWhiter StanfordWhite
Whiter WhiterDistrict WhiterDistrtct White WhiteDistrict
District Attorney Jerome objected to tothe tothe tothe
the question but was overruled overruledMay fwerruledyIlY overruledMay
May Mackenzie toW me said Mrs MrsThaw lInThaw MrsThaw
Thaw Stanford White had been to see seeher Meh seeher
her h r and an < t that site had told him that UtA t Harry Harryand Harry1Id Harryis1
and I were C1e getting along finely dn l together togetherShe to togetherShe etlter etlterShe
She said she thought thou t it was s so nice the theway tIaeWRY theway
way we loved each other otherShe otheruShe etherShe
uShe She said Stanford St nforo White had rv rvmarked r rmarked remarked
marked Pooh It wont last I will willgot willgt II IIS
got S > t her back backDid bftckDid bnckDid
Did Mr Thaw say 7 anything when whe you youtold youtold youtold
told him inter interHe this thisuHe thisHe
uHe He said he had already Iread hoard it fr fnhn fnhnUIIR frsmMiss m mMiss
Miss UIIR McKenzie McKenzleWhat MeKlflzleWhat McKenzieWhat
What was his condition when 1tenyou you told tnklhim te1dhim toldhim
him himThe
The way sva he always was when on the Utesubject thesubject
of Stanford White WhiteHow WhiteHow rhlte rhlteHow
How was that thatVery thatVeo thtVery
Very excited and nerve nervewAlvrayn nerveAhTnc nervous4tlwna
Alvrayn Talked About While WhileDid VhlteOld tlIteDid
Did Mr Ir Thaw T1 aw at the time of your mar marriage marrIag r rrlage ¬
riage rIag and subsequent 8cb equent thereto talk very verymuch verymuch veryninth
much about the incident in your lift con connected consorted ¬
with Stanford Whiter WhiterYes White WblteYea WhiteYes
Yes He always taJk talked abdut b ut it It He Hewould Hewould Hewould
would waken lken me often oCt ft at t night sobbing cobbingThen 8GbbllltrTen sobbingThen
Then he would w uld constantly ask me ques questions quesUons ues uesUos ¬
tions about the details of this terrible terriblethins ten1blethln terriblething
thins thln
thinsDid
Did you visit May IRY McKensie at her herapartments Iterapnrunents leerapartments
apartments in ISM ISMYe lilU lilUY 1111Yes
Ye Y Yes CtI shf sh urns 111 and sent me e a letter letterto
come a and d see her herWhile IerWhile herWhile
While you U were there did Stanford StanfordWhite StanfordVbU StanfordWhite
White VbU some in inY tnT tnTDid r rY
Y es esDid s sDid
Did you ou tell Mr Thaw of anything nyt1s1n that thatthen tlNUtll thatthen
then tll n occurred occurredYes occurrffiYes occurredYes
Yes Stanford White spoke to me sev several SfIVera srveral ¬
eral era times and I always answered yes or
C C e 4 s e ses s + I C C C t C 4 C iO t 444 + + t 4 Ce C t tTORREAI 4 t tTOBREAK
TORREAI I UP A COLD COLDN I
IN N 24 HOURS AND CURE ANY ANYCOUGH i iCOUGH
COUGH THAT IS CURABLE CURABLEOMlx i iIX
iaix Mlx IX onehalf ounce of the Virgin lr ln Oil of Pine ltnrt Pure with Hb two ounces ouncesof ounctSof ouncesofOer1flc
of ofOer1flc j3ccrlnc c rlnl anti half a pint of good Whisky hlllk Shake Sbnk well ell and uxe In tea teaspoonful tcnpoonrnl teaspoonful
spoonful does every eer four hour hourA hoursA +
A 0 turnout throat and lung Hjteclnllnl who established a en camp nip for forconsumptive forconMumpthell 4 4consumptives
consumptive In the th pine woods of MaIne and whose bOl wonderful cure curethere el1r el1rthere eureathere
there hitvc attracted the attention of the civilized world orlt declare that thatthe tbatthl thatflee +
the iihove formula will strengthen weak lung relieve the cough heal Iienlthe benlthe healt +
t the bronchial tube and cure any on cn case c of lunj trouble flint IN not too far faradvanced faradvanced t tndnncel
advanced provided the patient atlent will nxxht by b taking plenty Ilent of outdoor outdoorvxcrclxe utdoo t tCxerclMc
1 exercise Inhaling long deep breaths every few cu minute minuteIt 4 4I +
I It in nold the mixtnrc will IIIbr lll break nk up nn ordinary oreI1nnr cold in twentyfour twentyfourhours hTentfourhour twentyfourhours
hours nod being free from oplnfcn and drugs dru IN far preferable for axe axeamonc URenuwnJ useamong
among children to the ordinary orUnnr cough 1lII h mixture mixtureTlie mlxturThe mixturesThe
The iCTediciifM can < lie secured ecurcl from roan nay nn JoOood ood nrencrlntion druggist dnifrclHtat
at uninll coxt and easily enHII prepared In your own home homeInquiry borneInquiry t tInquiry
Inquiry at the prescription department dtmrfment of one of our lending druj drujcixtK druJAl
t cixtK Al t elicited lIcltclthe the Information that Virgin OH of Pine Pure IN I put up uponly upou uponly
only ou In halfounce bnltoun vlnl Inl Inls necurelj scaled nlll In n round wooden case nile with cn cnKraved cnrut1 4 4graved
graved rut1 wrapper rnplcr shoring the name nnmelrJtn VIrcIn Oil of o Pine Pure luret guar guaranteed guaranteed ar arnntec ¬
anteed nntec undrr Food and Drugs Act of June SO W O 1000 serial number 451 4nt pre prepared pre prepnred pvcpared ¬ +
pared only by It Leach Chemical Company Cincinnati flh lnllaH Ohio Ohloplalnl plainly printed printedthereon printedthereon 4 4thereon
thereon There are many mnn rank Imitation of f Virgin Ylrg n OH of Pine Pure PureAhlrh Pur Purbleh PurrhlIi
Ahlrh bleh are being put out under similar names and Hfe style Jyle of package packageA puckagteer packageever
± A ever accept these an n substitute for the Virgin Oil of Pine lureu8 lureu8the Pure as asfuey asthe
fuey the > will 111 Invariably produce nnnnea and never effect the desired results reMuItxA resultst t tA
t A local physician who ho IN I familiar with thin treatment way ans n It IK j un undoubtedly uudoubt Cudoubtediy ¬ +
doubtedly doubt llI the most lUo effective 1Tceth known to medical scIence at the present presenttime pre4cnttime presentline
time line and wave for or the openair life In the forest would prove just an aneffective nilefteethc +
4 effective If used In th the < > home lIe Kay says nT the formula given hcn above IN S the theone theone 4 4one
one tixei UNC liNed In the pine pin wood soods ood and that It ha has the unqualified Indorsement Indorsementof
of the leading physIcians of the country countryThe couotr couotrThe countryThe
The physician added If thl thiN formula was wn vn known and used generally generallyby generallyI generallyby
I by the people throat lung and bronchial affection would old rarely rnreI reach reachan reachun reachan
an acute stage ntageThe stageThe t e e1hc +
The Pure Virgin Oil of Pine IK al nlqo o n perfect p rfct neutralizing agent for forf foruric +
t uric acid A lew icw drop tnkcou on HII11r sugar night and morning will heal and andreulntc andt
f t regulate the kidneys and relieve reJ e the moat obstinate ease of rheumatism rheumatlsmt rheumatlsmtIf rlieunizithnnIf t tf +
f If caused by 1 uric arid In the system
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+ o o + 4 + o + + 44 e + 4 + 4 + + + C C C I C44 e 4eO 0 C t C C 4
no He then came over and started to tostraighten tostraighten
straighten A bow on my lair Then he hetried hetried hetried
tried to put his arms around me I told toldhim toldhim
him to leave Ie e me alone aloneWhite alonehlte aloneWhite
White hlte roo Influential InfluentialMrs InnuentlnlMrs influentialMrs
Mrs Thaw ateo 10 testified te tlfte4 that Thaw had hadtoW badtold hadtold
told her h be was going to take tak up Stanford StanfordWhites StanfordWhite StanfordWhites
Whites White affair a < atrs with Anthony Comstock ComstockI
I told him It t would do no goodthat goodthatStanford good that tlJatSuford thatStanford
Stanford White had many IlIaD influential influentialfrfendc In influentialfriends uonUal uonUaltrtenck
friends and that he could not atop it It I ItoW ItoId Itold
toW him bl that lots of people would not be beu beUrve 1 1lieve
lieve u the thing about Stanford White on onaccount onaccount onaccount
account of his personality personalityHe
He said Stanford White ought CMI t to be in inthe IIIthe Inthe
the penitentiary that he sot worse and andworse ADdworae andworse
worse all n the time and something had u ube t tbe tobe
be done doneYou doDeYOQ donsyou
You may tak take the witness aid aW Del Delma DeIto Delman
ma man to District Attorney Jerome JeromeThe JetOeTIM JeromeThe
The moment of waiting for the pro prosecutor1 pronecutoes eeu eeudNt ¬
toes tor1 first question wa was interrupted In JrrvlIted hy hyDelmas 11 11DehMs liyDelmas
Delmas who 110 had a few f Ow more papers for forthe fOrtile Or Orthe
the witness te Identify IdentifyOne ldenUfyODe IdentityOne
One of olthe the papers identifled was a letter letterfrom letterfrom letterfrom
from Thaw to Anthony Coatsteek CoatsteekMr COIItSteekMr CosestackMr
Mr Jerome arose aroseI rose roseI
I will ask pdrmteeton p lon to reserve re my mycross lilYc mycrostexamlnatioa
cross c crostexamlnatioa examination of this witness until tll I Ican Ican Ican
can determine whether a a crossexamina crossexamination ¬
tion is needful on the teettes raised in thi thiw thiWe this tbllcalle thisease
ease w
calleWe We will assent te that tlla said Mr Del Delmas Delmas Delmast
mast mas and Mrs 118 Thaw left the stand standCall staDelCall standCoil
Call Mrs J J Came commanded commandedThaws eontlMndedThaws commandedThws
Thaws leading 1ea 1 counSel covneelMrs eounHIMrs counSelMrs
Mrs Calne said itI she had known Mrs MrsISveiyn MrsEvelyn Irs IrsEYeIya
Evelyn Thaw and Ad Mrs rs Holman her hermother herJIIOtber hermother
mother for six years ears and Thaw for or three threeyear three7ftnJ threeyears
year yearWere
Were re you In J dN m In New N York YorkBJMf YorkBJMfpleHftt and andpresent sadpresent
present when there occurred a converse conversation eonerMdon converseLion ¬
don between bet Mr Thaw and Mrs Hol Holman HoIn HOlsean ¬
man n In which Mr Thaw made a proposal proposalof
of f marriage marriageI 7 7I
1 I wa waState w was wasState 9 9state
State what that conversation was wasI wasI
I was in the room when Mr lr Thaw Thawcalled TMwcaJlecI Thawcoiled
called He tttM Mrs HOSMM that he hevtuited heanted hewanted
anted to marry Florence Florence be being MIng belag ¬
ing the name by which idt Evelyn Nesbit Nesbitwas Nesbitwas it itws
was called by b her mother motherWhat ntOtIterWhat motherWhat
What happened after Mr Ir Thaw made madethis madetht5 madethis
this proposal r
1 then left the room roomDid 10011IDId roomDid
Did you accompany Mr Ir and MrsThaw Mrs lrsThav trs trsThaw
Thaw to a a theater late in 191 111 J1 or early in In11M
184 rf asked Mr Dabs DetinasYes DabsYes DobesasYes
Yes we went to Dalys and occupied occupiedbox oeeapledbox occupiedbox
box boxDid
Did Stanford White kfte c4me cd e in inYes f icr icrYes r rYH
Yes he came in with ttb three other othermen otherIDflI othermen
men and nd sat t in a a box jut opposite oppositeWhat oppositeWhat oppositeWhat
What effect did this have upon pon Mr MrThaw lIrTha MrThaw
Thaw ThawHe Tha ThawHe t tHe
He looked at the box his face turned turnedwhite turnedwhite turnedwhite
white and his eyes es popped in a wide widestare wIdeta wIdeHow
stare ta rt Of OfHow
stareHow
How long did he look that way wayHe WAr WArHt wayHe
He continued to look at the box bo un until unUI ontil ¬
til Miss JIlt Nesbit told him that If he did didnot didnot didnot
not step Bt P she would take him from the thethenter thetb thetheater
theater thenterWhat tb theaterWhat nter nterWbat
What happened banp ned next nextStanford nextStanfOrd nextStanford
Stanford White got up and went d Gut MItnd Guttad t tend
end nd we remained remainedYou rmalnedYou remainedYou
You may have h the witnoaB a Mr Jo Jerome Jorome Jorenee ¬
rome said Attorney Attorn y Delimits DeimasOn DelmasOn DelimitsOn
On crossexamination Mr Jerome Jeromeasked JoromoaskNl Jeromeasked
asked Mrs Calne several seY ral questions re regarding re rerlUng reartling ¬
garding rlUng the visit to the theater with withThaw wllhThaw wIthThaw
Thaw and said saidWhen saidWhen saidThen
When next did you see s e Thaw ThawIn ThawIn ThawIn
In Mrs Holmans apartments apartmentsV apArtmefttLTflre apartmentsWere
Were V Tflre > re you ou in the room roomNo roomNo 1 1No
No I was in the bathroom adjoin adjoining adJolnIn adjoin1mg ¬
ing In but the door was ajar and I c could eoldHe couldsee nld nldsee
see and hear h r plainly plainlyHow plainlyHoW plainlyHow
How did you happen to be in the thebafihroomr the1tatbroom thebathroom
bafihroomr bafihroomrWhen bathroom bathroomWhen r rWhen
When Mr Thaw telephoned up to the theroom theroom theroom
room Mrs Irs Holman asked me to go into intothe Intethe bitethe
the bathroom so I could hear what was wassaid wassaW wassaid
said saidDid
Did she tell you y anything about aboutThawr aboutTh8w aboutThaw
Thawr ThawrNet Thaw Th8wNet ThawNet
Net then Some tim time before she had liadtold hadte1d hadtold
told me that Mr Ir Thaw was interested In InEvelyn InEvelyn InEvelyn
Evelyn EvelynDW EvelynDkl EvelynDid
DW Mrs Holman give any reason for forasking forasking forasking
asking you OU to go Into the bathroom bathroomShe balhroomShe bathroomSIte
She said she wanted me ta hear what whatMr whatr whatMr
Mr r Thaw said saidWhat saidWhat Id IdWbilt
What I am trying to get at Is why wh she shemade Memade shemade
made this nether unusual request that you youact youct youact
act ct as an eavesdropper eavesdropperMr Needropper NeedropperMr
Mr Delmas was 8 on his feet with an ob objection objection objeetloil ¬
jection jectionI
I object and desire to note an excep exception excsptlen excepLion ¬
Lion on the ground of misconduct ml of the tHodistrict tifodistrict thedistrict
district attorney attorneyWell ftttorncWell attorneyWell
Well said Mr Ir Jerome it it Is 1 wn wnaaual unuI meusual
usual aaualI
I protest and note another ftnotherI ftnotheroCcoptlon I exception exceptionon
on the same ground broke in Mr Del Delmas DeImII Delinns ¬
inns masWell mII mIIrelto Well Weilall relto ll right Ill go at it another anotherway nnOUHhwY anotherway
way Mrs Caine did not you ou consider it itan itan Itan
an unusual performance performanceI
I did not consider It at t air airAH nltU nltUAll nitAll
All that happened was that some some time timebefore timebefore timebefore
before Mrs Holman told you ou thnt Thaw Thawwas Thawwas
interested intcrest d in Florence and when he
telephoned up Ualt uu all she said lei was to ask you youto yo yoto a ato
to go Into the bathroom and listen linenIt listenYes r rYes
It Yes YesJerome YesJerome es esJerome
Jerome pursued his questioning queatlonln at great greatlength gJfOitkongtb gretlength
length asking Mrs Caine to detail every everytime enrytime everytime
time she saw w and talked with either eitherKvelyn eitherEvelyn eitherEvelyn
Evelyn Thaw or her mother or Thaw him himself hitnself himself ¬
self He endeavored to bring out the fart fartfrom fotfrom faetfrom
from the witness that on the second ond trip tripHarry tripHarry trIpHarry
Harry Thaw and Evelyn made to Europe EuropeEvelyns
Evelyns mother did not accompany acc mpcny them themThis themTJlis themThis
This was In ISM Mr Delmas objected objectedstrenuously obJectdstrenuously objectedstrenuously
strenuously to this line of crossexamina crossexamination cl08IJfOxaminatl croenextminaLion ¬
Lion n but Justice Fitzgerald F1t upheld uph ld tie dis district dl dltr1et district ¬
trict attorney who declared he was Wi not notindirectly nlJtindirectly ntindirectly
indirectly attacking the credibility trf Mr MrThaw Mr MrThaw MrsThaw < >
Thaw but was 8 testing the credibility of ofthe urthe ofthe
the witness wI Mrs Ira Caine CalneMr CaineMr CaineMr
Mr Delimits noted no many exceptions I IHOILERN c cBOHERMAKEES c cBOILERMAKEBS
BOHERMAKEES HOILERN A KEltS STRIKE STEIKEDemand STRIKEDemnnd STRIKEDemand
Demand Increase 1 In 11 Wages rngc and Kec Kecojcnltlon UlConltlou Iteeognitlon
ojcnltlon of Union UnionSpMfal UnIonSI1el UnionS
SpMfal S to The WMhiaefem W Herald 1ItnJdBaltimore HeraldBalthnore HmJdBaltimore
Baltimore Feb 18 11In In pursuance of an anultimatum anulthnatum anultimatum
ultimatum given a month ago to the thebollermakmg theboUermaklng thebollermaking
bollermakmg and iron shipbuilding shipbuildingarms aldp shipbuildingfirms ulldlng ulldlngArms
arms of this city 4M members mem en of the local localBrotherhood localBrotherhood localBrotherhood
Brotherhood of Boilermakers and Iron IronShipbuilders IronStdpbtlflden IronShiphulkiers
Shipbuilders of America today walked out outof outof outof
of the shops and IKI went on a a strike rlke until the thedemand thedemaad thedemand
demand of a general raise We of 19 1 per percent percent percent
cent in wages is I granted grantedThere grantedThere ranted rantedfhere
There are about twentyflve tweaty Ye firms which whichwill whlhwilt whichwill
will be affected by the strike but the thestrikers th thtrlkers thestrikers
strikers say a the recognition of the union unionwhich unlouwhich uniorwhich
which is the chief difficulty dlftleult in the way of ofa orcomplete ofa
a complete adjustment of the trouble will willbe willbe Willbe
be brought about and that the delay to tothe tothe tothe
the work will only last about ten days daysWEDDED daysWEDDED daysWEDDED
WEDDED IN LIONS DEN DENPreacher DENI DENPreacher
Preacher I > and Couple Make Show of olMarriage ofJlnrringe ofMarriage
Marriage Ceremony for Money 3IoneySlMiRl Jlone JloneS Moneyto
SlMiRl S to The Wuhtagbn lucid ItenkLBaltimore HaaIdBaltJmore lucidBaltimore
Baltimore Feb M ITo To advertise the Zoo Zooand JAnd Zooand
and draw a crowd of people Charles CharlesCarieton CharI CharlesCarleton 8 8Carleton
Carleton and Katharine Carrie were weremarried Weremarried weremarried
married by b a local preacher Rev Frank FrankR
R Hnrtt in a cage with five lions 110M last lastnight lastBlgbt lastnight
night The couple is said Sid by a prer preragent preJtAgent pre preagent
agent to have received 35O SO and the thepreacher thepreaeher thepreacher
preacher 10 iii M for or going through the core ceremony cu cumotI coreInosy ¬
mony motI Carleton is said to be an animal animaltrainer animaltrainer animaltraIner
trainer and the bride was said saki by b a agobetween asoBetween agobetween
gobetween also to be an animal trainer trainerSpecial trainerSpedal trainerSpecial
Special admission rate ra rates were paid by byan b ban byan
an Immense crowd to witness the show showThe sho shoThe showThe
The preacher bride br1cIe and nd groom entered enteredfirst enteredfirst enteredfirst
first first followed by Col P J Mundy and andall aneIaU andall
all the trainers and then the lions came camein cam camIn camIn
in and perched themselves tMm ves on a double doublesized doubksized doublesized
sized ladder as spectators They growled growledsome growledseine > cI cISOllte
some and when ben they didnt look neal ma1enough mal malenough nealenough
enough one of the trainer administered administereda
a pop of the whip on the savage nose nosei 1W6eBENJAMIN noseBENIAMIN
i BENJAMIN WHITES FUNERAL FUNERALFrlcndH FUNERALlrlcndM FUNERALFriends
Friends Gathered to Attend ttcnli Service ServiceIn SerTIecIn ServicesIn
In Monocncy Jlonoene Cemetery CemeterypMfcl Cemeteryte CemeterySpicisi
pMfcl to The WMkfawtao Hcnl HcnlBoyds 11 11Boyds HunII4 HunII4Boyds
Boyds Md Feb li IThe The remains of ofBenjamin ofBenjamin ofBenjamin
Benjamin White Ite were interred In today in inMonoccy inIonoca InMonocaty
Monoccy Ionoca y Cemetery at Bealtevine BeaJl where wherefriends wherefrlfNMia wherefriends
friends from rein Loudoun County Count Va Mont Montgomery MontgOIAery Montgomery ¬
gomery County Baltimore and Washing Washington WaablnrtOIl Washington ¬
ton attended attendedServices attendedServices UettdedSrvIces
Services were conducted at his late latehome latehome latehome
home by b Rev Re Joshua Jo Rowe of o Balti Baltimore Baltimore Baltimore ¬
more The pallbearers JJft 18 were Edward EdwardNicholas Bdwardteholas dwardNieholas
Nicholas Joseph T White Thomas Pyles PylesRichard PylesRlchar PylesRichard
Richard White ST at F M Grifllth and andJohn aqd aqdJohn aidJohn
John H Williams WilliamsMILITIA WilliamsI WIlliamsMILITIA
I MILITIA GUARD NEGROES NEGROESMan
I
I
Man Charged with Attacking Minx MinxShcltoii 31bsSllelton 3lIsaShelton
I Shelton Taken to Aiiiherst AiiiherstSpecial AmlaertI 4iniberstSpecial
Special to The w Sruhinton V tktn ton HenM HenMLynehburg HaaIIIi Mac3dLynehburg
I
i Lynehburg Va Feb li 1IThe The Lynch Lyncliburg LynchI Lynchburg
I burg ChartoUesville and Farmvttle com companies comi coinponies ¬
i ponies of the Seventieth Regiment R meat will willaccompany w1llaccompany willaccompany
accompany Hudson and Steptoe the ne negroes DtrOM negross > ¬
rOM charged cha ed with attacking Mfe Miss Sbei Sbeitofl Sbclton Shelton
ton to Amherst court house for or trial to tomorrow toIIQrrow tomorrow ¬
morrow morning morningDeath morn1n morn1nDenth morningDeath
Death of MattltiM Xcrrlin XcrrlinSiecfcl cwlln cwllnS
S Siecfcl l to 5 Tk on Wwhtavm w MhImras Herald ItenkLWinchester lJeraWWlnehn HeraldWInchester
Winchester Va Feb 1tMttUU Mattia New Newtin NfwU Newlice
tin U a wellknown resident of Frederick FrederickCounty FredericKCounty FrederickCounty
County died today to4 after a lingering I g ill illness illnose
ness aged eightythree year yra He is sur survived aurvivod ur urvh ¬
vived vh ed by one daughter Mrs W V J Lonas Lonasami Lonaand Lcnarand
and one son F I F Newtin both of this thiscounty thiscounQ thiscounty
county
A Aged cd Toll Gate Keeper Dion DionHagerstown nlcotHagerstowft IIt IItHagerstowse
Hagerstown Md Feb li 1tDAltleI Daniel Ba Baker Baker Baher ¬
ker for forty year In charge of the toll tollgate tollEftte tollgate
gate on the Middteburg Turnpike two twomiles twomiles twemiles
miles out from Hngerstown died Bddcnly sdenlYtoday omidenlytoday Bddcnlytoday
today front r JRt heart trouble He wag i sev seventythree seventythree soyentythree ¬
entythree years ef age
There Is only one one4Bromo oneiromo
4Bromo iromo QuinineP QuininePThat uinin uininTh2tis
That Th2tis Th2tisLaxative s sLaxative
Laxative Bromo Bron Quinine QuinineriIt
riIt riIt8imllnr11
Similarly named remedies lometlmes lometlmesdtcehe aotnetimesdeceive
deceive This first and original Cold Tablet TabletIs
Is a WIIITE P PACKAGE with black blackt1 blackanti
anti t1 red lctterlDi lette ng and bears the 8iiD signature turo of

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