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only newspaper pubiisned I Newport News that receives th full news service of the Assc ciated Press. VOL. XIV. NO. 141. CHUNG SIN TELLS W GIRL WAS MURDERED Weakening Under Bailing and Bul? lying of Police, Leon Ling's Roommate Gives up Story. HE TOUCHED STILL WARM BOOK Elsie Sigel Was Chloroformed and Then Choked to Death in Chinaman's Room Before Being Placed in Trunk?Prisoner Makes no Explana tion of His Own Silence. (By Associated Press.) NEW YORK. June 22 ? Haitrd and intiinat'ii i>> detectives, threatened with prosecn'ion and confused w.fh rapid lire qacat toast. Chung Sin, one time nominate of I. mi Ling, told this att'rniHin of Elsie Bisjet'a Marder, t'n tier the t. trifle prcssuie of the Third degree,?? the little Chinaman admitted that In- had seen th' body in UdOm Ling's rom, that hi- had touched it while it was sell warm, that he had sm^lled drugs and had watched Leon Ling's i reparations for placing the body in the trunk, where ii was lound horribly d> ( (imposed last Friday night. ("hung S il, in fact, described altin m\ everything concerning the murder "I Major General Franz SJgeTa grand da.ighier, except the actual commis mission of the crime. He denied any implication in it and proter'ed stoutly tnat he was ignorant of L. win r- ? ahouts of Ling, the supposed | airderer. After the inquisition he eras taken before Coroner Harhurger and h'id in $in.ii'Ni hail to await the inquest. Chung Sin is years old. He was arrested jri st.-niav at West Gal way, N. Y.. and was brought here thi3 morning. He was pin d with ques? tions, bullied, persuadi d and etitangl-d in a mass at .significant questions. It was not until laic today, however. Unit his spirit was sufficiently broken or sufficient inducements wer?1 OsTereat, as the case may he, f->r him to cast aside his air of sto?dness and tell of the death of the young missionary. Then, smoking eigare.to after cigar? ette to quiet his nerves, the China? man lold brokenly, but with brutal Thliintness of the girl's death. He was surround'd at the time in the oftVe* of Assistant District Attorney Ward by detectives from police headquarters ?who pr? viously had put him through a grilling. Jerome Drew Story Out. Mr. Ward and District Attorney Je? rome, also wi re present and from what can(*?? Jearned it was Mr. Jerome bjaa s-tjtffw hp, tic illv drca tie si ry from cittfg ?*?" - iWj* *rl* ? ? 'old.*that L- on Ling had 1.*-n/c.-i|?rfe^tet)l\Hh>"' l??d*lv-4JjJatno ?:V<*iv -its \fi'^y.'ff(n ^t l*Bft3fJd.,r;: "Ii'-. ? ?"?'?<? v perslsfeiit h^iifeV.nOV >the-;?i?m/r. Lroiffin the ' ceiif< ssioii. It was 'made partly in English and partly in Chinese, for there was an int< rpr- lor present, and was taken down by stenograph' r.o The more salient facts of the con Tos s on soon in-come known alio'it 'he building. Girl Drugned and Choked. From th< min's story it is apparent that Klsie Sigel first was drugs d with chloroform and then ch?k<-d to death She was killed apparently <n the night of June !?. although Chnnc S n appeared a little mixed in his MeS Hnt Ik says that <arlv in th" morn ing of Jene pi he heard a strange noise in 1/con's room adjoining his. and, leokinc over ?he transom saw the girl Dine en the keaj with a M"ody towel over h< r month ? Hsl" Sigef. th'- girl, was <?n the bed." said the Chinaman, while his I,... Sj drew Host in horrlfi'-d siis p. n.?e. and l-eon he ?j? >? nrtin.- "\ - h. r A handkerchief was sticking fit of her month snd f saw 'he W??^l oa It She wa* nffb'tng with hiwi t>"' oalv pressed the handkerchief harder into her month Finallv she struggled no more and 1st still and 1?on stood up sad looked down si her" . }t, ? , ... ,t '.ir ugh th- r'-m. n< *?, . I" eo "it ?o wash his hand.; and as he did o tell ef the bodv wiwch wsa sCR warm He went down to the rhon snev resfanrsnt below, ard e%Sa1 relumed to tbe mom 1/con ,n the ejcsntinv had roTerrd the ?od? wi-h a Wanket an to the rMn snl had prilled a trnak M the middle of th* fpnr The trnwk le?n was ralm U emptvln? preparatorr to placing lb* t-^y Iherem Tbe rope with wlich thi body WBM bound naj lytag on tliv fliKir at Hit- time. according tu Chung Sin ome again in went ?lowii itain said Chung Sin, win-re he remained 1 until last ii called Mm. Den es That He Helped. when he entered the room the body was not visitile, ha\itiK betM hnnnd with the rofM ami pl>fnd in tin trunk. At this point of tin- story, the China inan was asked savagely if he had not assisied Leal ,n i>ulting the hod\ in the trunk, rtng Sin stalled pre-! ceptihly. hul said Hi.it he had had no hand in ii. I "I did not sie her no more,'* said' Chung Sin, '?and wln n I asked Leon j how she died he pail she had bitten! her tongue and Med to death.' LftM told aim, Chung Sin added, that bei ??s going to semi the trims, to JerseyI City, thenre to Km ope. As a swatter of fact it lay anlnthrd in the stuffy! . little n.om until Sung Lee, proprietor1 J of the restaurant below, noticed the odor about III. bnlMIng and ?tlWiOTd lue police. Refuses to Tell Whole Story. Until Chang sins tompltti acconntj is made public it will not be explain* od why he saw the girl numb r. d and the pr> natations f<>r the remotml Of the j body with such apparent unconcern at the time. Also, Ans alte repeated iii | terrogalions, he dccli to d to say Jnst j what hnppenOd in the room wie n the I c,irl was murdered. Ho admitted hav I nig heard a scuffle in the room dur? ing the night and told of UUb-'.* ear I lag arrived on the prev ions altem on, the day when she disappeared from her home. '"Hid laOtm take her there or did sue go of her own accord?"' he was asked. ?'She went there alone,' In- replied, i "Was she in love with Leon or Lena in love with her?"' was another qucs | tion. Girl Sought Out Chinaman. At this Chung Sin tola peed into sil emse and then only smiled and shook hat head, lie indicated, however, that the girl had sought mit tin Chlnainan. In one version of the Chinaman-.-; confession, it is said he admitted help? ing [jean Ling tie the trunk, but denied that he aided him In placing the body in it lie also admitted giv? ing most of the money which he nor rowed from Chun Gain to Leon Uns to aid the latter in his flight rrom New York. Taking up his own case. Chun^ Sin explained his sudden disappearance after the mtirdi r by saying that he had been employed by a well-to d i New Yorker, at whose country place near Amsterdam, he was nirested J S terday. Chung says that he accepted (Continued on Fifth Page.) DUTYON HIDES PUF BACK Senate Restores Diogley Schedule. Midi House Removed. LUMBER TUIFF UP FIFTY PER CENT Six Hours of Speech-making Before the Balloting?Bob Taylor, of Ten ? nessee, Puts^C^owd in Good Humor With'ArgurrsVnttiive Wit. ?v (By Ar-sociarted Press). WASHINGTON. IX C, Jhme 23 I^ate tooay faa Senate reached tin voting stage on tin- hide srh'dnh- and after m ii ral amendments had been defeated, the amendment of the finanr ? -"mmittir fixing ,-. duty of K, per c ni ad valor'-m on hides, was agreed to. 4? to "n. This is ihe ral?- < f th pr? ent law. bnt under the rulings of the treasury d<par,ment is applicable only to hid-s weighing more than |h?nnd:\ The House plsci-?t all hid-s on ?h? free list, hut th'- committee restored *n< Dingley policy by adding thorn t" tne r.on dutiable Iis'. The S< na*e mi> tain>-d its emmitt?-,-. Senator Mc|>i-irtn undertook to have the prnv.sh n ami n<k"l so as to make th?- duty applicable t<> htd'-v weighing less 'ban > pmtnd-. but falb-d. hi? am< ndm- to I f ins nfr I down .11 to 4?. An amendment I.- Mr Stone placing no* ?"nljr hMr?. hn* many of the> products on th< free list waa abm lost. Increase on Lumber. Just before adjoftrenwot at 7 o. 1 -clt S?-?i?tr?r Aldnrh on Iw-half of 'be B nance committee per seated th?- row miflee's r>- w !nm!?-r seheefnle ar.-l al so a number of amenrtmen*? r- latinc to llnclcnm and oil cloths The com m II'. pr> no* d a r?'" ?f |l .'>n per i.noe on sawed lumber, whb-h ? a r?at ln?erea?e mT the Hmr?? rar?e Neither the lumber nor llnntjeom seheitoles were acted np"n Previous t the balloting mrr- thin fContlntted on Fifth page i NEWPORT N EWS GOOD ENGINEERS MADE SCARCE BY NEGROES nice-President Kel!i< of Firemen's Union, Says This is Why Some Favor Employment ol Blacks. STRIKE ARBITRATORS AT WORK First Witness for the Strikers, Charge That Georgia Railroad Made Few. Requirements of Its Firemen and Discriminated Against the Whites?| Petition From Citizens. (By A?nrlatwl Press.) ATLANTA. CA, JsjM 21 Witnos..-! es f r the Brcmra before the Georgia] Railroad arbitrating c mmissioii t tits i alternooon test I Bed thai the Georgia! Railroad Compaay did not require its' Bremen to carry eltkar watches or. time cards, did ma comp?I them to read orders ami did not compel them io pass exam.natioag until the) were promoted to engineers. Vice president Mall said some engi? neers wanted negro Ireaaea br-oiuae th employment ot the Maek created] a scarcity of competent eng.neers. .Vice-president Kelly gocainal m EavsrM en strict examinations and the climiu.i 1ion of incompetent in n. He mMi that when it was pahliahag that the strik? rs were holding up mails ha went to the railw:>\ oBli-ials and ohVi. cd white tip men tKC tu take the mail tra ns out, hirt this off- r was refits* d and attempts wore made to operate the trains with negroes. Whites Discriminated Against. Fireman T. A. Cainpl?il told Uow white Wremen were suspended for trl v.al violations of rules while the blacks hroke rules at will and were n? ver punish* d. K. P. Hartley, an engineer on the Central of Georgia, testilied that ne? groes were inceaapeteat ami a meaicel to the Urea of ttainment and passen? gers when in the cab. He created a! laugh when in answi r ?o a quest.on aboat the lik> l.hood of a aegro ireaaaai 'going to -slc<-;> and passing a signal, he replied: "Lord, man, a nigger is worse than a 'possum when it coaaea ; to going to sloop." Negroes on Passenger Trains. Fireman J. C. H. Wink swore that the Georgia Railroad now employs about 95 per o in negroes on passen? ger runs. K. A. Hall, one of the ltrntiierhood s vice-presid'nts. was the first witness called. He l^-gan a nn-ital of the tlrc ns' side of the case. Hardly had lie Ix-gtin when Major Ciimm.iigs, for Ike road, o>bj> cied on the ground that the witness was ar | guing and re|wating hearsay testi i mony as to the rcqnirvtm nts of firc ! men on other roads. Quickly Hall reach? d into a big suit cs* 3tDd.i>cgan to pu:: out armtnl after faxitifiai iof boosts. i ? f,4s'f/rtS?>.-a:'-iV.' ' In lt.-:?.'.. mark ? d. ' t!u s. ;(re the rulofuioks of I rery l ig ra.lroad in North America. They show that the big r-ads d? require In (clligeat, capable men as flh rn'S.'' Itili was jm rmitvd to cenclude ht.< statement, when Cunimings aski d that , It b?- strick'-n from the p cord. The board d'-c.d'd to kg it stand f r what it was worth. Three Reason* for Truce. As tiiis argument was end- d Pali said: "(?< nib-m* n. th' re were three i. i mM why we ealb-d off the i?lrik?-. Tie gist was that Common:? m r Neil! as. nr d us tna the aihi'rators w -il l Ihros down th" bnrs and permit SB in in'r. d;ic?- ans p si.mony or any stat- m> tils w<- d'-sired. The s?-rond ' was thsl he agr?-?d. in ras?- th*- two 1 arbitrators w i< un.il.l. m s< |ect a third, he would submit to its *il naim-s from whi?h tbe third man w?mil.| I? clm.-1-n and w< riH.'d <>hj r- to 4m man cm that lint Tie hlrd r.a-n was that we hi,. ? f.-d? ml int-rf'Teare ' Bonlg be a rr-at h*?* to He rail mad and th- pnNii It we thought that th< "j- would le- an\ a"temr< * ? 1 limit ibe scope ot the inowto ??? I wnwld never have ceih-d the strike of." Petit owed Presented. ! As Pall ref.'liid. d Ih- oaVr.-e a ge* 'it'.iTi of ?,nn nam> v fr.?n Dthowla. sskinc 'he erMtra'oT- n t 1.111 th negr" in the cab The tnnrd d?-o1ln?d ta rrc Ire the pet hnti The rM gf Kalis t.riiasoay. "tsajer A't'rneT Arnold's gswstlsa was taat ? the (corgis Railroad hind m gras a he. I raise ?h?r were ch? ag" 1. 4M a-w , make them pass ? ?amlnst-o*.,? sad ' threatened to no' 'best la s'lll aaore [ r- pen-- .1. po- itl'.n? , VA.. WEDNESDAY. ROOSEVELT FAMILY TO SPEND SUMMER ABROAD After a Month With Miaa Carew in' Rome, Party Goes on Trip to France. fFv Associated Press > NCW ioi(K, June n Mra That dan KuM u ii ami tana <>r the Rooeotreti lalMroo, Mtaa Kiiui. Archie! miii Qaoalla. win leave Maw forkJaaej S?J oa I? aril the White Star line steam n' cmk lor QlataMar ami Naples to pass the summer on the continent. The Roosevelt party will spend a tttonth with M'ss Carew, Mrs. i;oo?i - .elt * sister, at her \:lln near Rome.' after which going 10 Frame on a I rip planncil especially for Miss i:th> i s beaeBt j Mrs It - ?< MVOU anil BOf child nit will ? sail for America about November i, Inning abandoned the previously ar ranged plan of remaining In Kuropn through next winter ami Journeying up the Nile in the spring to meet t'ol onei RooootoII FUNERAL OF GEORGE B. DO*'EY. National Baseball League President Laid to Rest at Philadelphia. Illy Associated Press ) P1III.AI IM.PItIA, PA, June tX ?] The funnelal cf (c or* c B. DOrorJ pres.dent of the Huston National I man hi i Banaball ohfb, who died tad-1 doi:l\ la-l Saturdaj, '? ok place in this city this afternoon and was at* leaded by many men promtawal In baieboll circb s. i In teams of the itosion, Pittsbur .mil I'hiladel-hia Nati mil la>|Oii clubs attended tlM fasern] in a bhdjr.1 The honorary pall bears Wire Pics:-' deal' Harry ('. Pulli.nu tind Acting President .lohn C. UedjSBT, r> present? ing tlM National UagOl. Hartley Dreyfus and William Locke, ( | ptis burg; William OBBlflll? and WtW-UB Mut ph>, of the Philadelphia National Leaaoc cluN: ll?njatn.n F. Shiho and S. II. Jones. Philadelphia American League Cltrb. and Charles J. Laws, Boatea National Laasen OHfe, The active pall In art- wer. Players Ferguson, Lindaman, Duhlei and Iteaumont. of the Host' n club. All Nat.onal League ball ;::inie:, scbcdulcd for today were declar, d off BANK PRESIDENT GAME, BUI AN AWFUL BAD SHOT ?Burglars Blow Safe and Make Off With Cash While Official Blazes Away. LOCKS, N. Y-. ? June TT IB a i hght to capture Inirglars who hiew the I s.iti and secured $:i,.MMI from the f "it i /.en's Rank here early today. Statt ! Senati r C J Hewitt, president of the : bank. exchanged a dozen shots wiih the robbeTrs, hut they escaped, Ul lie "f the .-hots taking effort. The deputy sheriff and pesse are now scouring the country in seaich of the fugilives. The first expb sion in the Hank nrous '??1 Mr Hewitt, who armed himself and li.red ci ntin.iously. the roblwrs re? turning the tire while one of their number was rifling the safe. HARRIMAN~ALL RIGHT. Railway King and His Family Leave V.ene For Mountains. (P.y Associated Press ") Vienna . June 2-. -Accompanied by the members of his family K. H. Har rbjma Ml Vienna this ?Bararaooo for the S'-mming. a mo!inta:n resort aoout .".n miles frcm,,the Austrian capital '"The Mro .??I protmbly? return lb ^'Ir^nsrf rhfa fd*-. wee-jt. ? ^ J - '?Mi .:H;tfrrim*:r-" >-'?nditi?i. ?????- re 'l?rfed at noon ti dhy as gocM. Prof. Strucmli'll. Mr Harriman's ph >.-.<? - ian was questioned today regarding his p?ti'nt He said the magnate .: (onditbn was neither alarming nor dangerous ||. Is affected with a no: vous ailment, but not of a serious < baracter and he w ill hare to under gn ,i pti -. rinr-d cure. WRONG TRAIN HELD UP. Masked Robbers Look For Silver and Find Nothing. <Ry A<-s4?clHf-? |*rc-s? t VAMfll VKR, It. C. Jun. 22 Ca nadian Par: Ac train \'o tiT ??-'l?'<nn'l. waa kaM np a? la o'rlork la-t nig.' rear Kami on- lour ro'.V r- Th nibte-rs t<ok she train for No ... whb h was rarr>.ng a larg- amount .f mm* to th?- fg asl. Tb-- men. who w re snaaks. oMatB I no lore Aft. r holding np ?tr>- fain Itecl . in 7\r Kanilnopi, ami di-ro? flag th? 'r crr-r tb. y startc-d aerma sTBBBMTBMp Ijale ia a h"a< PBBBBBl ~y a large number of awn Man and Wie Killed. ?P? A"?w mted Pres? ? Afiftl AN. GV. >mr ?Ci"Wge Howell and bis trife. highly resre-rt'-d fxorile of this nlar-, wer? shot and antl' hltb-d t'Hay hr Rol?ert Jen t Jeii ms i? I? inr pnr?iv <1 ^?^ a T |e s?e ?Ith Mnndta-mada. Oewey's '.K-e.e-j te Virginia iltx \- ? ta?eo pre*. , i t-iiiV.niN, i? r. jsme J3? nirat awd Mrs BJgagaaj |ip?m will JUNE 23, \WK f?E ALLOWED BV COURT Howard Gould Must Put Up Ad? ditional Ten Thousand to Pay | Wile's Lawyers. MAY RUSH THE CASE TONIGHT Justice Dowling Announces That He Will Sit Until Trial I? Finished? Another Army of Yacht's Seamen. Chefs, and Seamtresseu Swear to Mrs. Gould's Sobriety. I ' NK.w TOBKi 1mm 2:r while eeaj-a. sol fo Katberlne Clemineai Gould brought up a reinfori.smsai of wir- i nessos In one put tt tho Supreme, Court ttxla) to ct asoet tue c'.uit.cs or i Intoxicalhill and SlrSCcadUCl made by! the defein. bei -nit f >r separation,1 with alimi ny, from her hiisli an l. llow- | nrd Guild, the pla.ntitf won a victory j In am lh< c |> in tin- ei art hy a decision of .lii'tio" cicgor'eh. He mi- j cd thai Mrs i; aid shall be allowed an additional rcaasH lee - |ihjMdl at the expense of get husband An alh wance of I-,.noil was made to Wrr. j Gould last fsll for the prosecution, of her Cult. While Ibis tliiaiicial feature wns he ! in? derided Justice Howling continued' lo hour the case proper. A hotel pro- | prletor and In UM manager, who denied 1 knowledge of any undue inilma. > he j j tween Mrs. Gould and H?stln Farnun-., the aetOf, :is the defense alleges; em? ployee* of t'astlc Gould, meinhers <>t I the crew of the Gould yacht Niagara: ? h"tel chefs, hair dressers and senm ' stresses who to.tilled to Mrs Gould s I sobriety on all occasions thai they; could recall, re instituted the bulk of I th?? tfMrtimt-nv of the reserves forces ' which were called by Mrs Goulds . lawyer. Finish Tomorrow Night. There are thirty or more such wit I neasea yet to be called Ai adjourn ' j ment of court. JeasHcS iHiwling an ; nounced that he would sit tomorrow ' night until the case finished Morris , Betlache, a member of a firm of hair dressers for women, testified that he ! had dressed Mrs. Gould's hair on many j occasions from 1!M>2 to the present J year. He remembered one particular i instance in February. IMC when I Mrs Could attended Miss |.annshury I ' wedding at St. Thomas church, in this i city, which Mr. Shearn asked about, j The witne>fs said Mrs. Gouid show I ed no signs of having drunk anything i at thai fine There was an allegation I in the rompialal charging her with i Intoxication i n that occasion. Rena' h I said In- ai < r mpanied Mrs. Gould on th< trip to Palm Beach and dressed i her hair twice a day while there?at j in o'clock In the forenoon and again in the evening j "How long does it take to dress a j lady's hilr'*' asked Mr. Shearn. ' If yon are very particular it lakes Ian hour, sometimes less," the witness ' answered. Nnver Smellejl Liquor. The wi^at'A -said- he had. never ! < moiled dfti/Ji r_Ai lArs. Gotafcj.* t>reatu ?) or ev f'a^'ia^der *s'infin^djjwe upon iany or'ttg? f?r-.iiHfaaiy w hen |fjje had 1 diiBeagjrhsi hah - t "You are still employed by e Mr?. ? Gould to dross her hair, arc not? nsked Mr. Niroll on cross examina I lion "Tea," was the reply. William I? l.yim. proprietor of the Carroll hotel in l.ym hhurg, Va.. rec? tified in regard to Mrs BHM s stay at tho hotel in Xovrmher, tvoc. when the defense rontends that I Mist in Far num and Mrs G"iil?l wore there lo geth?r and ate their meals In Mrs. j Gould's runmi The witness prod need -I bill listed November IP. I'."?i. made out to Mrs Could, charging her $2! ? for 1 .". I days h? nrd at the Carroll I The witneys said he did not observe j Mit G< uld's movements atK-ut the , hotel IM y-m know ttnl she telegraphed j Mr. FWrmim t*> meet her at your |h>.l.|- a ke,| \!,- Nii.il on <r.? nmii'iiiiiti The wilier. cd h.- dm not know "Im von have ball clerks and a ?vatem W mirrors by which jroa j ? aa oii.-erve ib- cnirnsK-e ami dtpart nio ? f th. g. ? -'s 1" oi tac-r <:-??ri. ' j asked Mr N h < I No. ere do no*.' i the witnc.? an?m. r?-d * V'mr gweMa I are free to go and I < rwe as they ple^ e. |? ihat it? a*k?-d Mr Nlcotl "Yes: but we hava a chambermaid who e?p?*teg ?o ghamrwe anything uaiis'i Mr I ?on replied. Only One Ktore. Vr Ni 'lb-' ' -e Swllni -s expla-q the Hem > ie hotel bill He ulf ..?> f, r nervier-' shower] thsr I ' we meal had been ?erved in Mrs' BssgM ? room He ?aM there was no indication "tj ihe bill < f any other nv ? n having been --.od In the room*. 1 Arthur I. parser f.,rsvrii as a* luivnt manag'-r of the Rellcva* *><ra* 1 f.>rd hotel in Philadelphia, was gltes 1 Ironed aboto ,he -? .lern of f|o.,r clerk. it ml m 111< >rs :it tin' hotel Justin? Howling ttN>k it hand m the cxamum ttn I "Is it a fiii't that mint i' are so ar? ranged on tho tloors of I lit' room, ami in tilt corridors that tho floor t lerks. sitting in hoi regular |m>sIUoii. If sne looks ,i a n observe nnv on cntorliin or iciti iiis. any of tho rooms on her iioor" askett iaatfet Howling 'I he witness sultl It was a fact. ? Ami is 0 nlso a fat t tluir Hie maid IiI?>ii opening the iloor of tho room hy the aid of mirrors nrinngod mm Hie hack <>f the outside door anil i lOMl doer In the room, can immediately see whether or not the tied has been CM' ctipicil"" asked Justice Ikiwling. "Yes. If Hie mirror Is not on the ? leset dot r !t Is In some other con? venient purt of the rot Hi," replied the W itness Only Wine at Her Meals. Mrs lied a eg Jacobson. R Rv. fills'") imo-scuei. testiht'tl that It wif. her of- ? flee to massage mid give Mrs Gould I her huth oat h morning. She testiho.-j that Mrs Could was an eagfjl riser [ and nexor drank anything more thiin ai little wine with her nnnls. lohn H Llif ? contractor, who was doing ?ogle wirk at the Itlue (Jap farm In September. ISOit. contra? dicted the testimony of the onrpenter Trotter, who said that Mis Could on i ne occasion, was In the basement drinking with Mr Aiinms. I,eay re t ili. d he was in the basement at that ' time, .is he had been railed in by Mrs Could to help move some hoards, ami he MW no one take a drink. ReI MM he liml wirket! at various times on the I !l no Cap farm when Mrs.' Gould whs there anil hud never seer ' her under Hie Inllueii.'p ,,! Ilipior. Robinson Says Not Him. Hoirulas Robinson, brother In-law of K\ nreoltsje.1 Kraam rett, was railed by Mr Shearn In contradict the state nii'iil of the w lines* Khun, ami STlM .-aid he once saw Mr. Robinson vvlt-j Mrs. Ct aid in her electric automo? bile Mr. Robinson said he hnd never been in Mrs. Gould's automobile. j NEW JERUSALEM NOT ILLEGAL. Pennsylvania Court Holds That Swed enborgers Cannot be Barred. (BIT Associated Press.) PHII.ADIC1.PH1A. PA., Jum? ^ ?In an o; mum teversing the Orphans court of Ijincastci county the Penn? sylvania Supreme Court today decld ei, thai Use ft Holling of Kmuucl Swed? enborg, fouiulor of the church of the New Jerusalem, are not In derogation I of the laws of Pennsylvania nor re? pugnant to public policy. ' I he oasV involves UM residue of an t state left by KrefleiK k John Vramps, of Ijiiiicaslor, Pa., who died In IS.1S, leaving f.:..'..!!!?! to trustees for thu founding of an academy in which the Swedi'tihoi gian doctr.no should lie taught. FINE ADDRESSES HEARD - Second Day of Baptist Encampment Proved of Goat Interest. - TOOAy AND TOMORROW BIG OAYS Or. I. J. Van Ness Dixusses "Baptist Principles, Spirit and Purposes" and . Dr. Rcberumn.-Speak*, on "Miracles of Jesus.;"as*Narrated;by Luke." Daily Press Hampton Bureau, Jane Zt. A iitunls r of lino addresses wore heaitl h> the !? gat s attending the sec- nd annual < ncampiin nt of the Vir glnia llapt.st Association at Riickroe 'H-at h today. Th< second daya ses 'sion of tho convention was filled with ' inl-resting features and the visitors si?ont the afternoon ?.cht-seeing, at? tending group coi.t' r> noes and bathin In tho surf. U ! i '? It' i i; I. Grace ' hi pr. s; d-r.t. app?d the t m ampment (.. or d<-r lb'- attendant was gr-ai;> ln 'rt'?.s'd and the rtnimimi train.", from IJi. huntnd I roughl s< .? ral large ,|. !? Ii? us Tomort w and Tli'irfdav are t r p?r-f.r} to prcn ih<- tanner dj)s of the S.-eh. The service* legan at 9l99 n'rlork tti.? g w Hi .1 I inspiring sows service, which was followed b\ a :aln on Th- Miss . n Sludy ld> al t.> K< r T II leiv. I I? of Richmond Rev TIT W. It. full ro t h- a rharm'd the delegates in his talk on The Ha is and Ute IV. ginning of Rev etat ows This addr.-s was an exeevMamvafy tm strwrtlre erne. A ?hor nee w.T- h'H and th-n the Rer I. J. Van Xes*. D -P. wss tntrrdiieed and tPII-.ereg a ?enami on Ha Hist Pr.ne pie: . l'l fr peres" f*r. Van N- ss' a-tdrr^n was abwu. the . duration mm* and it was riosely followed try tfte teachers BWd ? '?rl'Tt of the Sundai schools The moral aar serihea risent with an m%% i n |?fth Pag? I THE WEATHER. Local showers, continued ?arm Wednesday and Thura ay, moderate southwest winds -I PRICK TWO CENTS rEXAS BANK BOBBED IN TRUE FRONTIER STYLE .one Bandit Holds Up Fort Worth Cashier and Gets Away With $8,100. POLICE SEARCH IN 1MIN FOR HIM Officers Arrive Five Minutes After the Visit to Find That Robber is Lest IMl Crowd in Street?Thousand Dol? lars Reward Offered for His Cap? ture. (By Associated Press.) FORT WORTH. TKXAS. June 22 ? In true frontier style, a highwayman, described as gen tot 1 in appearance, to. day robbed the branch hanking houso of the Waggoner Hank end Trust Company in tin- heart of Fort Worth of $s,l'in In currency, and escaped. TU? ro .iM i > was the most daring attempt' eil In Texas in years. Cashier Walter B. King was alone in the hank nftef closing tin*. balancing the businessl of the day when a man walk'd in. Aa the man approached the window ot (In- cashier's desk King looked into the barrel of a revolver. "Make a move or a noise of any kind and I'll kill you," was the greet? ing Mr. King received. Mingled With Crowd. The cashier compiled and seining the roll of hills tin man backed rrotn the door, covering King with the re? volver. King ran to a telephone as he Haw the man walking dnwn the street and mingling with the crowds with an air of iinconsclousnrss. The police reached the scene nve minutes later, but the robber had dis np|>eared. At the time of the rotitiery s.-veral hundred persons were near tho building and many noted the arrival at the bunk and the departure of thu man. but his manner was so bland that fie did not arouse suspicion. Think He is in City. SeviTal persona declare that he climbed Into a waiting automobile af t? r walking several block, but the po? lice place little credence in this as? sertion act It Is believed he Is still la Fort Worth Si-arching parties ars out In force tonight. An Intcrurban car which left hero shortly after the robbery for Twllas was ovretaken by officers In an auto? mobile but this m<ans of escape had not been utilized. The loss to the Waggoner Rank in covered by Insurance. The hank has offered a reward of H.bon. LOCAL YARD LOWEST BIDDER FOR CONTRACT Revenue Cutter Onandaga Probably Will Undergo Extensive Repairs Hers. , Lit.was announced yesterday that the . [dsfc#*port Xcwsisftipbui'.ding, and. Dry J ?'i^eiv. Comi .nr. ?? f ? tHksdc.ityiwspai ihetj Ur^st,bidd#tiA ?<*-? i^jrfyiirepair jj contrail '?? 1-- -. ? - - ri lUiJlheJLnite.t 9 States' revenue cutter Onandaga. ' w hich is now laid up at the reeenu cutti r training station at A rundet Cove, Maryland, and that the local company will In all probability be awarded the contract for the work. The work will consist of a generns i verhaullng of ball snd machinery of ih. cutler, and bidders were asked to -?sals on throe sets ot spectflcations. The local plant san milted the lowest hid on all three plan-. its figure being. S.1i.?1A. on the fir-i. $ '.!.".t.i on the second and fKJkkg whrea oa tho the third, while the next hid ua? that of the Skinner ?ntpOefl? ing and l?ry Iwwk Company, was $t?.t .4 on the first. ftt.2wS cn i second and $r.1>2? on the third. Thi proi>o?utls were opened at ttn? nd*ce of Captain Reynolds, ? apart* tend' nt of ron..irnci ion aad repaar f? r the revenue rotter aereieo fcs BmV trmore. and the hid< will he forwaro ed to the Treasury Department for Inders' meet he err the contract for the wi rk is awarded MUST PAY INSURANCE. Judge Waddsll Isaacs Order af Late Mr W Ik Ina. Aa order was entered In the ratted ?'?'?? c i,n ?? \ r'otk yi.,lrrdny hf Judge Hn Waddill to the nrptry proceed, ngs of R B Wllkltu, me former well known a* rrhnot at this city who ree*ntlr died, the payment of an the life of Mr Wtlktaa or the NCTtb w-st Mn'nai L-fe hi for I1WOS. The mart ordered 13* M paM ta the baakrar'er eatafe. ?ad fSMAU ?? ? the betr. of Str. Wfttuaa.