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gram t am four days ago asking asJti nw If you youcojld youcOlld youcotld
cojld b be of any service to Mr Mrs Gould OooWTI Gouldr
I did not notWere notWere notWere
Were you with Mr dr Slchel when Ute Utetlefram Oi Oitelegram thetelegram
telegram wag Wa sent sentYes sentYe ent enty
Yes YesDM y YeDid I
Did h he send d it with your a4pPoval a4pPovalHe a aj p val valMe +
He did not notDidnot notDldaotMrs I
Didnot DldaotMrs Mrs Got GottI4dlsc Gould M dtecbarse yo yoe OU for furbteaikng forstealing0 I
Ii stealing0 stealing0She t faUngonShe
She did dldJtot not I resignedMemory resigned resignedMemory
4 4Shearn I
Memory Poor PoorShearn PoorShearn
Shearn wed VaRch V Itch h a a map of thefifth the thefifth I
fifth 1 fth floor of 0 the St Rests and asked askedhim ukedhtm nakedhim
him to pohu pOhuout out Mr Ire Goulds apart apartments aIJ8rtmenta apartments ¬
ments He eould could Hot do ao Vettchuhad Vettchuhadpoor VeltC d dpoor
poor memory for w dates dat and was Utter Utterly utterly ttcr ttcrIy ¬
ly unable to ftx the time of ahy alt evtfnu evtfnuii ev evmttshP
ii hP > testified to toHenry toHenlY toHenry
Henry H Knowles a New York York In Insurance Insuranoe knsuranoe ¬
suranoe man nest took tp k the stand He Heraid Heaid Heraid
raid aid be bad first met met Mrs Gould in in9M In9M
9M on board the Gould yachtin ya yacht ht In Euro European Burop European ¬
pean p n waters watersDid watersDid atenDid
Did you have occasion to notice the theeffect theetr theeffect
effect etr t of otliquor liquor on Mrs Gould GouJdI
I did When she would drink it itwould ItWould itwould
would cane nIe her froiti trol rota tl a most charm charming charmIng charming
ing woman w man to a mersiag na woman Ste SheRig Stews Stewas
Rig particularly p nasty toward her hub hurband hubband hu hub8nd
band bandDescribing b8ndp bandDeaertbing
Describing b the automobile e trip from fromParis tromlIrs fromParis
J1it xbJ
Paris p to Nicewitness fce said saidMrs saidMrs
Mrs Gould Lord Royalston and andi andmyself andmyself
myself occullod occupied the same machine all allt
i he way W we e were on the road three threeor
or four days Whenever we would get getto getto
to a place where we bad something omeUtln to toeat tofOat toPat
eat and drink Mrs Gould would in invariably inarlably inariably ¬
variably find findfiwlt fault after she had a few fewirinks fewdrinks fewdrinks
drinks < When Whonwo we got to Nice the courier courierfailed courierfailed couriertailed
failed to meet us and Mrs Irs Gould gave gaveher gaveh gaveher
her h > r husband a lecture lectureOn l eture etureOn
On July S I went on a yachting trip
After A ftpr dinner or lunch or whenever she shehad shehad she shehad
had anything to drink she would be bemcan bemran bemean
mean to her h r husband bubA d On one ne occasion occasionFhe occa occasionFhe Ion IonFhe
Fhe complained that the lettuce l ttuce was not notproperly noto notoperly
properly o operly rly headed headeaIt JEt It was Howards fault faultphc faulthI faultshe
she hI said because becau o he had such a d dfool dfOQI dfool
fool gardener ardwer I told her the lettuce lettuceas lettucevas
vas as all right and nd she said it was Mal Mailoys Mal10Ys MalJoys
Joys fault Sh She had h d told me in Europe Europethat Europe111at Europethat
that she had found a good man inalahoy in inMalloy InIalloy
Malloy Mr Gould G finally left the table tableTP table7e
TP was 3 so martilted mortlftedLived martiltedLived mortfftedLived
Lived at Same Hotel HotelOn HotelOn HotelOn
On crossexamination cros examlnaUon Knowles said saidlie saidlit saidhe
lie and Mr Gould lived at the same samehotel ume110tel samehotel
hotel The witn witness g admitted admitted borrowing borrowingmoney borrowingmone borrowingmoney
money mone from from Gould G uJd at various times timesbut timesbut timesbut
but was sure it had d all been paid back backWitness ba backZVitness k kWltn8
Witness Wltn8 8 said kl that no ether guests guestsbut guestsbut uaats uaatshut
but himself hl 1t and wife bad been present presentat
at 11 t the St Regis dinner at which he heeaw hofla heeaw
eaw fla w Mrs Gould drink drinkWasnt drinkWfUIftt drinkWasnt
Wasnt it Mr Ir Gould who sot lost In JnNMce InXice intee
NMce tee teet
t dont think so snIt soIt
It was at amasked a masked ball b l1 wasnt it J
I YesWere Yes YesWere YesWere
Were you in costume costumeYes cOtltumenyes costumeYes
Yes I went as a TrilbyKnowles Trilby TrilbyKnowles TrilbyKnowles
Knowles is a man with plenty of em embonpoint emMnpomt embonpoint ¬
bonpoint and this thi answer answ r brought brouIrhth a ahowl ahowl
howl h i1 of Even Iau laughter la ghter titer from everyone fn the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court Even Judge Dowling smiled smiledHow am amooHow smiledHow
How was Mr r Gould Gould dressed dressedH dreedHe 1 1hHe
hHe H He went atuCupld atuCupldWasnt1t aaCupid aaCupidWasnt
Wasnt tVasntit It Cupid who was lost lostExcited lostExcited lostExcited
Excited HappeningsHerbert Happenings HappeningsHerbert HappeningsHerlJert
Herbert Schmidt who was emrJoyed emrJoyedin
in the th Gould household from 190 to 1968 1968as 1983as 963as
as footman during yesterdays ye terday8 hearing hearingtold hearingtok hearingtoll
told of some lively happenings at a aparty apattyhel4 apafty
party pattyhel4 held at the home homeor of Mrs MrsJohnH John Hugh HughICirkpatrick HughIrkpatrick h hItJrkpatrick
ICirkpatrick at 3 West Eightyseventh Eightyseventhstreet Elgbtyseventhwhich
street which Mrs 11 Gould attended and andat andat andat
at which Mrs Henry L 1 Burnett wife wifeof wifeor wifeof
of General Burnett and a Mrs Ira Klseam Klseamwere Kls6amwere Kkseamwere
were also prdtent Schmidt told of be being beIng being ¬
ing called in by Mrs 115 Kirkpatrtcks Kirkpatrtcksmaid
maid and of the fear expressed 6Cpre e by b the thehostess thehOlitess thehostese
hostess that tha t Mrs Gould had jumped out outOf outOf outof
Of a window A search revealed her inthe in Inthe j ji
i the cellar Mrs Kirkpatrtcks arm was wasbleeding wuhleediS wasbleeding
bleeding and an intimation of what may
have ha happened tin Fened was had in the question questionOf tue tton ttonOl
Of Mr ir Tvlcoli whether one 9f the women womenbad wom womanhad ft ftbad
bad a discolored dlllCOlo eye eyeDo eyeDo ye yeDo
Do you remember when airs Gould Gouldwent Gouldw Gouldwent
went w nt to t a party at Mrs 1rs Kirkpatricks Kirkpatrickshouse KlrkpatrlcksoW Kirkpatrickshouse
house oW at 3 West We t Eightyseventh Eightyseventhstreet
street streetYes f streetYea > tr
Yes I brought her to the house re repliod repllod repiiod
pliod the witness witnessJJid witnessJld witnessl
JJid l Id you see Mrs Kirkpatrick after afterward1 afterward afterward ¬
ward1 ward1Yes ward r rYes
Yes her maid called me in and af after after after ¬
ter talking to Mrs Irs Kirkpaticfc I start started started started ¬
ed to look for Mrs Gould down the thebackstairs thebackHti thebackstairs
backstairs backHti ls Mrs Kirkpatrick was wa afraid afraidthat afraidthat afraidthat
that she had Jumped out of the th win window window windew ¬
dow so I first looked out In the yard yardAnd yardAnd yardAnd
And did you find her herI herOil
Oil I located her in the cellar She was wasleaning waslnmg wasleaning
leaning against the wall plainly drunk drunkI I II
I went upstairs ulJ alra to tell Mrs Kirkpal Kirkpalrick Kirkpatrick I Irick
rick And she told me to go down to toMrs toMrs toMrs
Mrs Gould I saw Mrs Gould in the thecellar thecellar thecellar
cellar in the same position and told her herto herto herto
to go upstairs up talr She told me to go bacK bacKand b8cICand baetand
and tell U Mrs Irs Kirkpatrick she wouldnever would wouldnever
never set foot in the house again aln I Itold 1told Itold
told Mrs Kirkpatrick and then I went wentoutside wentoutside wentoutside
outside and waited waitedHow watt waitedHow d dHow
How long Ion did you wait waitAbout waitAbout 7 7About
About fifteen minutes minutesAnd minutesAnd minutesAnd
And then what did you see seeI
I saw Mrs Gould being supported supportedout tlPportedout
out through the cellar steps by two twowomen twowor1en twowomen
women They put her Into the mains ma machine 108tne ¬
chine ins and on their order I left h her herwith r rwith
with some friends Then I went back backto backto backto
to the St Regis Registhat that was about Iii 815oclock Iiioclock
oclock Alter 11 oclock 1 called for forMr torMrs forMrs
Mr Mrs Gould and nd brought her back to tothe tothe
the hotel
Plaintiff Indignant IndignantDuring IndignantDuring
During this narration Mrs lTS Gould Gouldshowed Gouldshowed
showed intense indignation indignationIt I
It developed on the crossexamination lrosseJ aminaUon
of Schmidt that the two women who whoaccompanied Wh3accompanied whaaccompanied
accompanied Mrs Gould G uld were w re Mrs Kis Kissam Kiasam Kissam
sam and Mrs Burnett Schmidt left leftiJVfra leftKIa8aJn leftIra
iJVfra Ira Kissam at her home and then thentook thentoOk thentook
took the other two women w men to Mrs Bur Burnetts Burnetts Burnetts ¬
netts house After Mrs Gould hadbeen had hadbeen d dtaken
been taken in by Mrs Burnett the thechauffeur thecbau theSbauffeur
chauffeur cbau < < eur took Mrs lrs Goulds maid to tothe tothe tothe
the houseLater house houseLater houaeIater
Later you returned for Mrs lrs Gould GouldYes GouldYes GouldYes
Yes Mrs Burnett Mrs 111I Gould and andher andher andher
her maid returned about 11 oclock to tothe tothe tothe
the St Regis RegisThe RegisThe
The witness went on to tell that after afterhis afterhis afterhis
his return to the hotel he had gone for forDr forDr forDr
Dr Holdbrook Curtis to attend his hi mis mistress mistrea mistress ¬
tress Mr Shearn managed tc get from fromSchmidt fromSchmidt fromSchmidt
Schmidt an admission that he had been beenvery beenvery beenvery
very active in the case against Mrs MrsGould lIr lIrGould MrsGould
Gould at the behest of Mr Watson the theassociate theasaoclate theassociate
associate of DeLancey Nicoll He de devoted d dvoted devoted ¬
voted several afternoons a week to look looking lookIng looking ¬
ing up chauffeurs and formeremployes formeremployesat former employes employesat
at Castle Gould and the St Regis RegisMr RegiSfr RegisMr
Mr fr Nicoll took UD the e direct questions questionsand questionsand
and asked thewitness the witness s about the condi condition condition condition ¬
tion of Mrs Kirkpatriaics Kirkpatri < < 1ksarm arm when lie Wehad liehad liehad
had gone Into her apartments after hs hsmistress hteml8trees hismistress
mistressHer mistress mistressHer ml8treesHer
Her arm was bleeding and the blood bloodfell blootfell bloodfell
fell upon the lace of ot nor silk nk gown gownSome gownSome gownSome
Some of the other women In the room roomwere roomwere roomwere
were weeping weepingDid weepingDld weepingDid
Did you notice notlcewhethti whether any of the theladles the1c1les theladies
ladles had a black eye y or v vI VI
I couldnt say as most of them had hadtheir hadtheir hadtheir
their handkerchiefs to their eyes eyesThe 0105The eyesThe
The defendants lawyer attempted to toget toget toget
get In Mrs Kirknatrteks s explanation explan tJQn tin of ofher orher ofher
her wound but he could not get It t over overMr overMr
Mr Shearns objection objectionDeposition objoctlonDeposition objectionDeposition
Deposition Read ReadClarence ReadClarence ReadClarence
Clarence Puilen a colored < s > Jored waiter a athe at atthe atthe
the Hotel Carroll made a deposition depositionthat
that was read by Mr Watson of Mr MrGoulds lIrGoulds MrGoulds
Goulds counsel He had waited on Mrs MrsGould lIr3Gould Mr MrGould
Gould and Dustin Farnum in the rooms roomsof Toomsof roomsof
of the plaintiff on Sunday night No November ¬
vember vem r IS He said In part partShe partShe partSlit
She gave nre first an order for f r the then themeal themeat
n meal 8i and then an envelope for f r Mr MrFarnum 111Farnum MrFarnum
Farnum in room JIG on another an titer floor floorHe floorHe floorHe
He told me to tell her he would be down downin downIn downIn
in a few minutes She had told me to toset tothe tosot
set the table for two twoIt it was a four fourseated tourseated fourseated
seated table tabteand and she ordered me to toplace toplace toplace
place one seat at the head and the other otheron otherOft otheron
on the side Mrs Gould occupied o upled the thehead thehead thehead
head seat and Mr Farnum was on her herright herrlJ herlight
right aide aidePuilen sidePuilen
rlJ Puilen tl said ho took the t e breakfast order orderfrom orderfrom orderfrom
from Mrs rs Gould the next morning mornin morning and andit andIt andit
it was for two Mrs Gould stood hi the thero thedoorway thedoorway
doorway as IJ de gave the order so the thenqro thensgto
nqro ro could not see into ho roomWhen room roomen rromWhen
When en he came ca10 back with t tie e break breakfast brenkfaat breakfast ¬
fast between 8 Sand and 9 oclock he found foundMrs foundAbs foundhim
Mrs Gould and Mr Farnum at the thetable thetable thetable
table After serving the meal he reset resetthe resetthe resetthe
the table in the same fashion for the thenext thene thenest
next ne t meal Mrs Ira Gould and Farnum Farnumwere Farnumwere Farnumwere
were out at that time An order for fortwo fortwo
two was given me for dinner the wit witness wltmoss witness ¬
ness continued This was the midday middaymeal mft1daymeal middaymeal
meal and the gentleman was sitting at
th the table during this time The seats seatsve seatse
ve e occupied o the same as before and andI
I servd serv rv11 1 the dinner I saw them again againat aggnat
at supper when Mrs Gould gave ave me the theorder theorder theorder
order for two twoThe twoThe twoThe
The last witness of the day Athol AtliolUdall AtholUdall AtholUdall
Udall jr keenly disappointed Mr MrNlcoll MrNicoli MrNicoll
Nlcoll who called him He had worked workedat
at Castle uti Gould for nearly a year as a abuilder abuilder abuilder
builder and had seen Mrs Gould quite quitefrequently quitefrequenUy quitefrequently
frequently frequentlyDid I
Did you ever see her under the thefluence in influence ¬
fluence of liquor was asked askedTo asketTo askedTo
To the surprise of the exami examiner qer the thewitness thewttneSti thewitness
witness replied oo Xo o I dont believe b Heve Idid I Idid Idid
did didMr
Mr Xlcoll repeated repe tocI the question loath loathto ath athto
to believe what he had heard The wit witness wltnee5 witnews ¬
ness this time qualified his answer answerThe answerThe answerThe
The Vital Records RecordsBirths
Births BirthsSnowden BirthsSnowden
Snowden A and Laura S Mitchell girl girlWilliam girlWilliam
William W and Mary V Blount girl elrlFrederick Jlrlrederlck girlFrederick I
Frederick < A and Margarethe EnseJman EnseJmanboy Ense1manboy Enseimanboy
boy boyHarry boyHarry boyHarry
Harry S and R Flores Jones girl girlJoseph girlJoseph girlJoseph
Joseph F and Marie E McGowan girl girlArthur girlArthur I IArthur
Arthur C and Lillie P RidgewuyvboyJ RidgewuyvboyJJoiin Rldgeiy boy boyJOim oy oyJohn
John T and Mary I Money girl gJrlErnest 1111Ernest girlErnest
Ernest F and Lottie E Hauser Ha I ser girl girtAt girlArch girlAt
At Arch drew w H and Daisy V Dtfgges D < ggesgiri ggesgiriJonn girl girlJohn girlJoan
John and Elizabeth C OConnell girl girlJohn girlJohn girlJohn
John F and Callle P Sergunt girl girlSam girlSam girlSam
Sam and Bessie Bernstein girl girlAnthony girtAnthony girlAnthony
Anthony an1 a9 l Edith TorMecr Torlf or boy boyMarriage bo boMarriage boyMarriage
Marriage Licenses LicensesH i iH
H Alban Blmere and Elsie Dayhoff DaYhott of ofWashington orWas ofWashington
Was WashingtonGeorge Washington WashingtonGeorge lngton lngtonG
George G e Hughes Btlgh Hughes 9 and Alice Murphy of ofWashington orWu ofWashington
Washington Wu lnston
Deaths DeathsJacob DeathsJacob Death9Jacob
Jacob Robins 7 years years 2639 I street streetnorthwest stroetnortbwest streetnorthwest
northwest northwestJames nortbwestJames northwestJames
James A Perry 68 8 years Georgetown GeorgetownUniversity George GeorgetownUniversity wn wnUniversity
University Hospital HospitalPeter H HospitLPeter ptta1 ptta1Peter
Peter Taklotee 8 years Children Hos Hospital Hospi Hospital ¬
pital pitalJulia pi pitalJtlia tal talJlIa
Julia OConnor 12 years 1581 1 Wlsoonrtn Wlsoonrtnavenue Wlsoonrlnavenue Wkseoneinavenue
avenue northwest northwestSarah northwestI northwestSarah
Sarah M Minson 29 years 600 6O Park Parkroad Parkroa Parkroad
I road roa northwest northwestHenrietta northwestHenrietta L LHeJlrietta
Henrietta Sanderson SB years 107 Mary Maryland Maryland Maryland ¬
land avenue northeast northeastGeorge northeastGf northeastGeorge
George V Ensclman 8lm n S years 622 r 2 Co Columbia CoInfant Celumbia ¬
Gf orioi rioi
lumbia o road roadInfant roadInfant
Infant of William and Cecelia Mlehaalla Mlehaallahours lI1e JaeUs JaeUshour
4 hours 606 ft I street northwest northwestGETS northwestGETS northwestGETS
FKRNIE F B C June 18 18Joseph Joseph Ra Ramcira Ramelra Rameira
mcira formerly of Chicago an alleged allegedleader altegfdleader allegedleader
leader of the Black Hand In western westernCanada wosternC WesternCanada
C Canada nada found guilty recently re nt1y of Black BlackHand Blac1Hand BlackHand
Hand practices has been sentenced to tofourteen toeurteen tofourteen
fourteen years in prison With outside outsideaid outsideaid outsideaid
aid he escaped from Jail two weeks ago agobut agobut agobut
but was recaptured re < aptured
001 I never got quite close enough he hesaid hrsaid hesaid
said saidMr Mr Nicoll then tried to refresh his hismemory ht htmemory hismemory
memory by referring to some statement statementthat atatemfntthat statementthat
that Udall had made in an affidavit affidavitbut artldaitbut affidavitbut
but without success He dismissedUdall dismissed dismissedUdall dI8mls td tdUdall
Udall as a witness witnessEDUCATIONAL wltne witnessEDUCATIONAL s sEDUCATIONAL
The George Washington WashingtonUniversity WashingtonUniversity WashingtonUniversity
University UniversityWashington UniversityVasblngton UniversityWashington
Washington D C CEightyninth CEightyninth CEightyninth
Eightyninth Session SessionOpens SessionOpens SessionOpens
Opens Wednesday September 29
1909 in alt Departments aADePartmentsCOURSES DepartmentsCOUKSES DepartmentsCOURSES
Graduate Undergraduate Under duate and Professional ProfessionalGraduates ProCessionalADMISSION ProfessionalADilIISSION
Graduates ot the WaaMngton High Schools Scboolsand Schoolsand SChMISand
and oUter accredited gocestfary schools are areadmitted aredmlue areadmitted
admitted dmlue to the andergrad undercradttate ale courses tn tnaerttfi Lncert1ftate onaeriifleale
cert1ftate aerttfi ate
The Faoulty ot Graduate Startles StsdiesThe StartlesThe StlellThe
The College of 0 Arts and edemas edemasThe IGIenoehe eieneeiTh
Th The he Codes ofteg of Engineering and Mechanic MechanicArts MecrlaniCAr MecuanieArts
Arts ArtsTheCeliege Ar ArtsThe
ArTke The TheCeliege eoilege College af t the PeMMsaJ Sciences SciencesThe Sciencesno SciencesThe
The Teachers Collage CollageThe CoIIegTae CollegeThe
The Division of 1CMteetITe lroMteetureThe AreMtecture AreMtectureThe 1CMteetITeThe
The Department W Law ZAWTfce 1wI1IfDepartment LawThe
The I1IfDepartment Department of Medicine MedicineThe MedIcteTie
Tie The 1 te Department Depertl eftt oTD otPenUlltr otPenUlltrTbe of DentsstrlThe ntutr ntutrThe >
The Cottage ef Pharmacy PharmacyThe MtaIJ J JThe
The College erf t Veterinary Veterl ary MedielneStudents Medicine MedicineStudents MediC1R8SeweRu
Students registered register for or the year 1908 1509 1919lSO 19091s
1516 lSO 1s Over 6M 6 graduates graduateI graduatesPer graduateF8r
Per catalogues application blanks and tn aformation tnformatHm I IfermatJon
formation ceneenting al aU departments com communicate commu cornmnnlcate ¬
municate mu mnnlcate 1l ate with withTHB uiUaTHB withTHE
Fifteenth and H Street StreetOfflce StreeuOftke StrestrOaks
Oaks hours 9 to 12 3 to S i daily dailySaturdays dal1ySaturdays dailySaturdays
Saturdays until noon noonSHOKTHAXD
tel te134t te134tSHORTHAND it itSHORTHA
la 121 summer rates for complete stenographic stenographiccourse atenographlccourse stenographiccourse
course Individual Instruction Positions Positionsguaranteed Positionsguaranteed
KINS Principal Colorado Building Building3eUm
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Busy Days at The Mans Store StoreFine StoreThousnds StoreThousnds
Thousnds of Fine Stre Straw w Hats HatsAt
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At Special Bargain Prices PricesWeaieSeHing PricesWe
We WeaieSeHing are are selling more more straw hats than any other store st9re in Washington Why Because we weare weareselJing are areselling areselling
selling better betterhats hats hatsfor for less money Were giving you the benefit of savings at the beginning begin ning of theseason the theseason theseas
season seas n instead of at the theend end In other words our prices are areHdovvn down < while the others prices are up upthats upthats
thats that s why were doing the straw stra Vv hat business of the town townRememberthey townRemember townRememberthey I
Remember Rememberthey they are just fr from l11 the factory ry and embrace every kind of straw hat that is good and stylish
4 350 Straw Hats
3 250 Straw Hats
1 179 79
200 Straw Hats
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A Great Sale of ofIn Qnality Q ual ity Summer Suits at Bargain Prices PricesIn
In this sale the Mans ns Store offers the biggest clothing elothin values of its career In the first place lace it is not a sale of odds an and ends but of ofcomplete ofComplete ofcomplete
complete lines of sizes in brand new clothing just from the tailors tailorshulldreds hundreds of the finest summer suits produced this season in every style styleweave styleweave stylerr
weave and coloring rr that t at is fashionable fashionableand and the entire e offering a is divided into lour < our Great Bargain tbaln n Divisions Di ions
1650 and 1850 X1850Quality 1850Quality 1850Quality
Quality Summer Su its itsSale itsS itsSale
Sale S le Price
S20 20 and and2250 and2250Qualitv 2250 2250Quality 2250Quality
Quality Summer Suits SuitsSale SuitsSale SuitsSale
Sale Pricei66 Price PriceSl6e65
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