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Bursts of Speed Thrill Thou Thousands Thousands Thousands ¬
sands Lining Course of ofAuto ofAu ofAuto
Auto Au to Race RaceContinued Raceatlftued Racecwunued
Continued from First Page PageChevreiot PageCbevrelot agL agLchevrelot
Chevreiot Strong Burma a and RearM Hearnefinished RearMftDli1hed Hearnflnlmhed
finished in the order named namedBarmans namedBurMtUtS naiedBuvmans
Barmans time in h the first lap was the theswiftest tbewttteet thewtftest
swiftest > > 3416 I1 and he was wa caught trav traveling traveUng trayeUsg ¬
eling S71 miles an hour in a a measured measuredmile meaauredmile meauredmile
mile on the back stretch stretchKnox stretchIaox stretchKnox
Knox No and StoddardDayton No Nopassed
C passed pa ed the stand about fifty ftt yards yardsapart yardaaptlrt yardsapart
apart on the second lap running at ate
fearful fe e rAil speed speedCar speedCar speedCar
Car Always In Sight SightDenteon SightDenlMn SightDeulson
Denteon Miller Chevreiot and Rob Robertson Robertson Robert2OlI ¬
ertson followed so closely c10 ely that there therevnus therewas
was 116 a car always in sight on the thestratoh thestrptoh thestrptoh
stratoh strptoh Burman still tlll led In n elapsed elapsedtime elapfJedtime SIP Od Odttm
time ttm with Chevrelot second The two twoKROX twoKRQ twoKsox
KROX oars tied for third Burmans Burmanselapsed Burmanselapsed Burmanselapsed
elapsed time tor two laps was 4617 4617Denlson 4617Denison 4617Denloou
Denlson made madea a wonderful spurt > > Inthe Inthenext In Inthenext the thenext
next lap 1a giving the Knox car the lead leadtime leadtime leadtime
time 112QL 112 1 Chevrelot cbevrelot in the Buick BnlckNo BtllckNo1 BuickNo
No No1 II second 11241 11 Berman third third113S07
113S07 113S07During 1 11307Durtug 13c6i 13c6iDuwg
During the running rusnIn of the third lap
the flrst firsraocldent accident of the race was re reported reported reported ¬
ported Florida driving Locomobile LocomobileNo LocomobUeNo6
No No6 6 failedto failed to reappear after he got gotaway gotaway ot otawaV
away from the start st8XtL line He broke brokea
a shaft on the S turn In the first firstlap firstlap firstlap
lap tfiid d had to withdraw He was run running runnl running ¬
ning nl at a l terrific speed but neither he henor henor henor
nor hi his mechanician was injured Straftg Straftgin
in Buick No No4 4 was still having troubo troubleand trouboand trouboand
and was far behind Vhen all the other othercars otherlarg otherI
var cars were finishing Hit third lap he hewas hewas hewas I
was Just passing Lowell LowellNp LowellNS 1oWe1lrrc3
Np 7 Withdraws WithdrawsApperson WithdrawsApPfrson WithdrawsApperson
Apperson No 7 had engine trouble troublewhile troublewhUe troublewhile
while it was running the second lap lapSeymour lapmour lapSeMOur
Seymour mour the driver endeavored to make makerepairs mflkeIepeka makerepairs
repairs but tailed and withdrew withdrewWhile withdrew1Fbfae withdrewWhile
While this withdrawal was being an announced announced announced ¬
nounced there was a cry of Car com coming comIng cootlug ¬
ing and what was a i speck s k In the dIa distance dIataDee diatanee ¬
tance in a flash became a roaring cloud cloudof
of dust passing the stand st nd with a line nnehurst ftneb4l3t linehut
hurst of speed It was Chevrolet who whohad whohad whohad
had kicked the th throttle open openS and andtaken andtakfn aIs1taken
taken the lead Denison in Knox No Nofollowed
7 followed a moment later with Bur Burnun Burmaa Burman
nun almost at his rear wheels Chev Chevrolets Chevroletf Cbevrolets ¬
rolets time for the four laps was wasI
13769 13769Denlson 1 3169 3169Deilison 3719Deulson
Denlson brought the tl crowd in the thestands thestU1ds thesUnds
stands to t its feet f t when whe he snatched the thelead thelead thelead
lead from Chevrolet in the stretch on ontho onthe onthe
the fifth lap
Denisons teammate Bourque and andChevrolet andehevrolet andCheyrolet
Chevrolet and Burrnan Bun 1 lollpwed within withinfive withinflve withinIIVO
five minutes Chevrolet is second on onelapsed onelapsed onelapeed
elapsed time with Ith Burman third and andBoorque andBourqu andBonrque
Boorque fourth fourthDenisons fourthDenison fourthDenleons
Denisons elapsed time for the five fivelaps ftvelaps fivelaps
laps was 20020 2OO a average speed for forthe forthe forthe
the entire distance of about fiftyeight fiftyeightmiles nftY6elgbtmiles fiftyeightmiles
miles an hour hourRobertson hourhertson hourRobertson
Robertson hertson was fifth Miller sixth EJ EJsreibreck EIelbreck Eteibreck
sreibreck seventh ti Hearne eighth eighthLytle eighthI eighthLytle
Lytle I tle ninth and Strong tenth There Therewas Therewas rherwu
was not six minutes difference dl ierenee In the theelapsed theflapsed theelapsed
elapsed time of the first five cars carsFurnish carsFurnish carsFurnish
Furnish Thrillers ThrillersDeniaon ThrillersDen ThrillersDenison
Deniaon Den 30n and Chrevolet seemed bent 01 01furnishing Olfur o oursihtng
furnishing fur i > fttng thrills for forthe the crowds in the thestand thestaltd thestjtd
stand and nd at the end of their sixth sixthlap sixthlap sixthap
lap ap they th arrived at the stand at atalmGst atalmGstxaeUy almost almostxaetly alxnGsttxaetly
xaetly the same time Simultaneously Simultaneouslyalso tmultaJleoualyalso
F also bath cars stopped aWp PJl for oil and the thetwo tbetwo thetwo
two drivers engaged engag 4a j jothr r apeeo apeeobattle apeeobat1o pee peeba
ba battle o CM was u dumped u swiftly into the theinwlra t1er theroafrvelrs
r roafrvelrs inwlra Irs and < they ex we e ell again againje againt1eson In InI1e1JS1ion
I1e1JS1ion je faon wacr away 7 first but the theFrenchman the1rend1Jl11U1 theFren3irnan
Frenchman pushed hto Iri carte car ttbe tv the limit limitmd iImikUd 1 1dnd
md bat at the N NG 7 to the first turn turnand tummd turrnd
and nd took the lead as he cot weft away awayon awayon awayIn
on In his hls seventh 4y enth lap His time for the thesixth theixtl thetxtlt
sixth ixtl lap Is was 2fM 2fMDebison Zlt ZltDenlson J JDentaon
Debison was second and Bourque third thirdDuring UlirdDurinX thldiurlng
During the sixth lap Robertson began to toome toonle to0mb
ome from behind and finished the th lap lapin
in fourth place only on 11 eight secondsbe secondsbehind seoooosbehind secondsbehind ¬
hind Bourque and j OIng oin nC strong
Startirfr Ms lit seventh lap the Vander Vanderbllt Vanderblltwtmter Vanderblitwhuter
bllt blltwtmter winner let out a few more notches notchesand notcheaiand notchesand
and passed pas ed Bourque before the Jlrst Jlrstturn JIr8t111m ftratI
turn I nm He overtook Denisons Denla as Knox Kn JC car carit
it t UI the e Lowell straightaway lItr htIlW y and they therfouchJt the thefoudtJ theyfought
fought foudtJ I out tor tOith > th and nail into the thewretch Uaftretelt therotcb
wretch rotcb leading 1adiD to the tbestaftd th stand For seven seveninlles sevennIIcs evenHlflS
inlles the two nmehtiiMh macbtR whirled side we W by byide
ide both going lftJbout about eighty ei < < tty mH mites s an anour anor anour
> our when Denisons Dtn engine went bad badnd badnd badnd
< nd Robertson shot ahead of him like likea likesteak
a streak streakDenlson st steakfleflismn f > 8 k kDenl
Denlson Denl m had to withdraw from the theace t1eace teace
ace and Robertson finished the seventh seventhUp seventhlJp seventhIjp
Up in second place three ttr minute be behind bej beiind ¬
hind j lad Chreroiet whose who e time for the dis disnee d dianee
1 nee was t5SOo 2 Bourque was third thirdELKS thirdELKS thirdS
The great Rnral Runi Jubilee Jubi1 of the Elk Elkfo Sites Sitesfit Elksat
fit fo t BetJiinir Belntn race track will end tonight tonightand tDnigbtand inniglitand
and it is estimated that by that time timethe Utnethe timeI
the I he attendance will 111 have reached close closeio
10 the m00 io mark markThe UlarkThe markThe
The prgrsm today toda includes horse horseracing honeraclng horseiacing
racing a a 230 30 trot for a purse 01 J50 S O and anda
a free t for all race purse ISO So The Theetarter Theetarter 7hcstarter
etarter will be Charles Stohltnan and andthe andIhE andthe
the judge jud f Francis Jarvin Th < Marine MarineRand MarineRand MurineRanel
Rand will ill play pla tonight an ancl < l all thf same sameold sm smold santeold
old attraction win b hi t < > ittri tttrtng < tinr in the thexano thean thean4t
xano an f old WHy WHVIf WHyt WHyA
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A Word of ofWisdom ofWisdom
Wisdom WisdomIf
If you want high highWILKENS hi highgrade h hgrade
grade work just kt ktWILKE itC
C WILKENS WILKE S figure on onyour 011your tiiyour
your next printing p nting job jobHis j jobHis b bHis
His large patronage patronageenable patronageenable pitrOflt pitrOfltenal1e
enable him to com compete i ilil ililpete i ipet ¬
pete pet successful successfulllth llce i un unn
llth and ESts E Sts NW
Continued from f rom First Page Pageand Pqeand Pageand
and sob ob convulsively Duria During th the pact pacttwo PlUttwe peattwo
two day however she he has stared staredsteadily staredeteadlly stardsteadily
steadily at the witnesses Itne ea whenever they theyrepeated theyrepeated theyrepeated
repeated some alleged misconduct or onher orher orher
her part and would frequently laugh In Intheir Intbeir Intheir
their faces ta when they made damaging damagingstatements damagngtements damagingstatements
statements statementsShe statementsShe tements tementsShe
She carries a pencil and pad and andmakes andmakes andmakes
makes copious notes on all il the stories storiesagainst stori storiaplnat storiesagainst
against her When the wJtness is turned turnedover turnedover turnndover
over to her attorney Clarence J J Shoarn Shoarnfor ShP8rnfor Shearnfor
for crossexamination Mrs lIr Gould Gouldcoaches Gouldcoaches Gouldcoaches
coaches Shearn in his questions que Uons and all allthe aUthe allthe
the minute details of her movements are aregone Arepne aregone
gone into to break down the testimony testimonyGoulds testimonyGoulds testimonyGoulds
Goulds attorneys have about six sixother sixother sixother
other witnesses to put on the stand Tie Tiefore lefore 1etore
fore Howard Gould himself tolls the thestory t be bestOI hestory
story stOI of his bl unhappy married lifE > Ckks Ckksof C1E k kof
of the various hotels where Mrs Gould Gouldand GcuJdaJHI Gculdand
and Farnum are alleged to have stopped stoppedat
at the same time will testify testifySix testifySix testifySix
Six More Witnesses WitnessesMrs WitnessesMrs
I Mrs Goulds chief witness witne s in rebuttal rebuttalwill rebuttalwin rebuttalwill
will be Bertha the maid whose who e name namehas namebaa namehas
has been mentioned so often s b being blltncwith beingwith < iag iagwith
with her on various occasions Mrs MrsElijah MrsE1lJaI MrsEflialt
Elijah W Sells will also give lv testimony testimonyand tasUnOIYand tssthtonYand
and It is probable that Farnum himself himselfmay hlmseltmay himselfmay
may be called to the stand to explain explainhis BCplalnhla explainIda
his various OUS meetings with IUi the plaintiff plaintiffShearn plaintiffShearn plaintiffShearn
Shearn relies much on n the effect of ofthe oflhe ofthe
the admissions that he has drawn from fromnearly fromnearly fromnearly
nearly every ever witness for Gould thai the themillionaire themUUonat1 themUllonairo
millionaire has loaned them money or orsecured orsecured orsecured
secured positions for them themA
A tall finelooking young man with withbig withheavy withbig
big heavy shoulders and bushy black blackI blackhalr blackhair
hair to use her own alleYcd descrlp descrlption desert deserttion
tion of him him was next to ilia tte pl plainti plaintithe lnUtr lnUtrthe
I the central figure f ure in the evidence taken takenKum tAkenyesterday takenyesterday
yesterday Tne l1e man was Dustin Far FarTeUm Farruin
ruin star in The Virginian VirginianThat VirginianThat VtrglnianThat
That she had met the actor secretly secretlyby secretlyby
by appointment that he had visited vl Jted her heror heror heror
or she visited Uim almost daily in the thehim thesummer
summer of 100 that ae e had addressed addres86dhim addressedI I
him as dearte and spoken of him as asher asher I Iher
her new beau and finally final I that he hehad hehad hehad
had traveled witi her I < r from Ity fty ty to city cityand c eltyand ty tyand
and had been observed leaving her room roomat rooMat roomat
at 7 oclock in the morning were fea features features features ¬
tures of the days y proceedings proceedingsafrs
Mrs Gould stood the ordeal or eal with re remarkable reomlLlklble re remarkeble ¬
markable composure and joined in the theoccasional theoceaatonal theoccasional
occasional laughter that resounded resoundedthrough re80unde4through resoundedthrough
through the court room There was wasmore W1U1I0re wasstore
more farce injected into the proceedings proceedingsthan
than on any y previous time timeBut timeBut timeBut
But the biggest bhge t laugh of the day daygreeted dayreeted daygreeted
greeted reeted the retort of another witness witnessa
a chauffeur for Mrs Gould who was wasasked we weked wasasked
asked ked if he did not harbor some 80m resent resentment reMfttmEnt resentment ¬
ment against Int her herIs herIe herIs
Is it me he exclaimed Jo in indeed indeed indeed ¬
deed But I feel sorry BOlT for her for Im Ima
a married man myself myselfBoth myseUBoth myselfBoth
Both Mrs Gould and ad her husband husbandJoined husbandjoined husbandjoined
Joined in the roar that followed this thissalty t tsally thissally
sally and Justice Dowllug hid hi hill face facebehind facebehin fa e ebehind
behind his It palm leaf fan to bide hta htaamusement htaamusement hisamusement
Hotel Employes EmployesTwo Emplo fes I ITwo
Two young women who hold positions positionsin
in hotels bote in this th city but formerly work worked WOCkeel ork orked ¬
ed In the BellevueStratford b in Phila Philadelphia PnHadelphia Philadelphia ¬
delphia testified concerning COncerl nc Mrs MrsGoulds XISGoulds MrsGoulds
Goulds relations with WithMary Farnum FarnumMary FarnumMary
Mary Elisabeth Harrison a trim wo woman wostan 0 0JIUUI ¬
man of twentyfive testified that in Oc October OctoHr Getober ¬
tober 1901 110 she was in charge of the thesixth tbe1xth thesixth
sixth floor of 0 the BeilevueStratford on onwhich onwbich onwhich
which Mrs Gould had hll < i a butte of three threerooms threerooms threerooms
rooms Mr Mrs Gould went there with two twoother tw twother twother
other women the Misses Sells while whileFarnum 1ohUeFarnum whileFarnuni
Farnum was wa playing in The Virginian Virginianin
in the th city Miss Harrison who whonow now ow oc occupies occupies occuples ¬
cupies a similar position in the theBelmont theBelmont theBelmont
Belmont Hotel here and curiously curiouslyenough curiouslyenou curiouslyenough
enough enou b has ha charge of the floor on onwhich onwhleh onwhich
which Mrs Gotfld now has her rooms roomssaid roomsaid roomssid
said she was warned by the hotel man manager manager manager ¬
ager to give out no information concern concerning con concerntog < eM1 eM1Jog ¬
Jog the presence in the BellevueStrat BellevueStratford ellevueStrattoro
ford of Mrs Gould GouldMiss GouldMiss GouldMiss
Miss Harrison said she had taken no noparticular noperticular
particular notice of the GouM party partyexcept partyfxCtpt partYexcept
except that drinks had been served in
the suite and that a gentleman entle1 np appear appeared appealed appeared ¬
ed to be in C constmt I1sU1nt attendance on the theladles theladles theladles
ladles until ore morning about 730 730just 730I 739just
just after she bad commenced her work workfor workfor orlt orltfor
I for the day
Saw Parnum ParnumShe FarnumSJe ParnumShe
She was t the e floo < cierlc and had a adesk adesk adesk
desk in the center nter ot lj the main hall oe oethe 0 0the onthe
the sixth floor nqt far fom tho Gould Gouldsuite Gouldsuite Gouldsuite
suite By a system of mirrors she was wasable wasable
able to oversee every part of the halls hallsand hallsand hailsand
and corridors from rom her desk and it itwas Itw itwas
was w v her duty to watch the coming and andgoing andgoing andgoing
going of strangers strangersThis strangersThis strangersThis
This particular morning she testi testified lestlfied testifled ¬
fied when the hotel was barely b rel astir astirshe alltlrshe astirshe
she observed a man leaving lealn room ItS 118In ItSIn 611in
In Mr Goulds suite suiteDescribe suitehDeacrlbe suIteDescribe
Describe the man said Mr Ir Nicoll NlcollHe NicollHe NicollHe
He was quite tall said Miss lI1s Har Harrison Harrleon Barrisen ¬
risen with very v ry black hair quite long longand longand longand
and he wore a soft black hat wJth th a awide 8wide awide
wide brim His hat was pulled down downover downver downover
over ver hWs eyes and he wora wor worka a long storm stormcoat stormcoat stormcoat
coat with the collar turned up upI upI
I wondered when I saw him coming comingfrom comlnarrom comingfrom
from rom Mrs Goulds room at that hour hourand hourand i iand
and dressed dre ed so peculiarly and I watch watched ¬
ed him go to the elevator and ring ringthe ringthe ringthe
the bell for an up car When be got gotin gtltin gotin
in I watched watch the dial on tho elevator elevatorand elevatorand elevatorand
and saw that it stopped at the 1ie four fourteenth fourteEnth fourtoonth ¬
teenth Jloor I immediately called up upthe upthe
the clerk on that floor Miss 1I8S Garner Garnerand GarneraDd Garnerand I
and asked her h r if a man had got out outthere outtbefe outthere
there She said saidTells saldTells saidTells
Tells Her Story StoryNever StoryNever tory toryNever
Never mind what she said said saidJustice saldJustke saidJustice
Justice Dowilng on Mr lr Shearns ob objection objection ohjection ¬
jection but later omttio ont o door was open opened opeDeel opened ¬
ed by Mr Shearn unguardedly unuard ly and Mr MrNlcoll 111r1co1l MrNicoll
Nlcoll got ot permission to have her tell tellthe t tellthe l1 l1tM
the rest restMiss restooUsa restMiss
Miss Garner told me over tho phone phonethat phonethat phonethat
that the man who had got oft at ather atherftoor her herfloor herfloor
floor was Dustin Farnum the actor actorar actorad actorand
ar ad d that he had gjie S Me straight strul ht to his hisrootr hiaroor hisrooT
rooT which hadnt b b1en en occupied that thatnight thatnight j jnight
night As the roles of the hotel re re requIred required j jquired
quired I made a a report or the occur occurrence o occurrence ur urrence ¬
rence to the management managementMiss managementi158
Miss i158 Harrison on crossexamination crossexaminationsaid
said she had read of the Gould case in innewspapers Innewepapers Innewspapers
newspapers nearly two years ago agoanct agoanctbad and andhad andhad
had written to Howard Gould telling tellinghim telUnghim tellinghim
him she knew something somethln she thought thoughthe
he ought to know as it might prove proveValuable provevaluable provevaluable
valuable In the legal procecdTngs procecdTngsVAluable proceedYngsValuabIe
Valuable to him or to you asked askedMr astedMr asredMr
Mr Shearn ShearnWell ShearnWell ShearnWe1l
Well the idea To him of 0 course coursereplied coursere8 coursereplied
replied Miss Harrison HarrisonShe HarrisonShe i
re8 She i111IrIi had written several eJiaI letters to Mr MrGould 11rGould MrGould
Gould she said but had torn all of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them up except the last when her herconscience heroonaclence herconscience
conscience assured her that she was wasacting wasaetJnS wasacting
acting right in informing InCormln Mr Gould GouldHow GouldHow GouldHow
How was that thatr queried Mr Of Shearn ShearnThought ShearnThought ShoarnThought
Thought Her Duty DutyWell DutyWell DutyWell
Well I considered It my Christian Christianduty ChristIan4uty Christianduty
duty knowing what I did df to inform Mr MrGould MrGould MrGould
Gould of the facts and In obedience to tothe totbe tothe
the Golden Rule I offered him my serv services servIces services ¬
ices as I knew he vios in I trouble and andI
I told him I would not J bt take a cent for forwhat Corwhat forwhat
what I was IV1L doing doingIn
In response to her letter Lawyer Sul Sullivan Sullivan Sdlivan ¬
livan repreentlrp Mr NIcoll inter interviewed Interviewed interviewed ¬
viewed her at tne Young Womens WomensChristian WomensChrfstlau WomensChrlstan
Christian Association A oc1aUol in Philadelphia Philadelphiawhere PhiladelphIawhere Philadelphiawhere
where she had h d gone because she did not notwant notwant notwant
want her h r folks to know she wasmixed wasmixedup was mixed mixedup rainedup
up in the Gould case Later she came cameto cameto earnsto
to New York and made a statement statementto
to Mr Ir Nicoll NicollFlorence IIncollFlorence NIcollFlorence
Florence Garner cerk on the four fourteenth Courteeonth fourteenth ¬
teenth floor of the BellovueStratford BellovueStratfordand
and now employed in the Knickerbocker
here followed Miss Harrison on the thestand tllestand thestand
stand and told oi 0 having been called calledup canedup calledup
up my Miss Harrison that early October Octobermorning Octobermomlns Octobermorning
morning when Farnum stepped out of ofthe ofthe
the elevator elevatorMr elevatorMr elevatorMr
Mr Farnum had been stopping at tho
hotel for some time Um she said and I
had noticed that lie was usually usuall un untidy untidynever ¬
tidy Udneer never very weli groomed as they
say But this morning he was as par ¬
ticularly untidy less well groomed than
usual and haggard and unkempt You
know what I mean as if he had been beenout beenout beenout
out all night and had got himself to together together together ¬
gether In a hurry His lone black hair hairwas haJrwas hairwas
was mussed and his turned up collar collargave collargave collargave
gave him a haggard look lookBed JookBed lookBed
Bed Not Occupied OccupiedThe
The room maid was soaJde > jSlde me and andas andAS andas
as It was part of my duty dut to report if ifguests Ifsuests ifguesth
guests on the floor had not slept in intheir Intheir Intheir
their rooms I sent senther her to inquire She Shewent Shewent Shewent
went to Mr Farnums door and asked
if he reeded anj aq ar towels She ould see seethat lleeth seethlt
that th t his bed had not been disturbed
She reported to me and Ahd I reported to tothe tothe tothe
the head floor clerk clerkMr clerkMr clerkMr
Mr Shearn was unable to shake Miss
Garners testimony and it was plain to toeverybody toeverybody toeverybody
everybody in the court room that How Howlant HoWard Howard
ard Gould and his lawyers WEre jubl
lant over the effect of this teutlmony
wliile wl le even Justice Cowling looked very veryserious veryserious veryserious
serious as the two women testified
Mr Shearn and Mrs Gould GouldafThcted affected aft cted to totreat totreat totreat
treat the t e matter matt r lightly but they were wereevidently wereevidently wereevidently
evidently worried and nd took many any notes noteshlle
While hlle on onthls this subject of Farmim Mr
Nicoll introduced J Margaret Magee a
head he d chambermaid cl mbennald from ta tL Marlbor MarlboroughBIenheim MarlboroughBlenheim MarlboroughBlenheim
oughBlenheim Hotel at Atlantic AUa1tlcCtty City
Right after the Philadelphia trip Mrs
Gould motored down own to the seaside re resort r rsort resort ¬
sort taking Farnum along and May
Robson the actress ami anc two other otherwomen otberwomen Otherwomen
women A suite ute of five rooms four bed bedrooms bedrooms bedrooms
rooms and a sitting room was engaged engagedfor
for the party partyVhen
When Mrs Gould was on the stand standseveral standseveral standseveral
several days da s ago Lawyer Kcoll cross crossexamining crossexamining crossexamining
examining her tried and ffc if < led to get gether gether gether
her to point out the location of tho va various various 8 8rlous ¬
rious rooms ro ms occupied by members of the theparty th thparty theparty
party on a blue print plan of the th sev seventh seventb soyentli ¬
enth floor of the MarlboroughBlenhelm MarlboroughBlenhelmAt lm lmAt
At Atlantic City CityMr CityMr CityMr
Mr Xicoll produced J Fletcher Street Streetone Strc Streeteneot t tene
one eneot of the architects of the hotel who whoidentlried wholdenU
identlried ldenU ed the blue print aa a correct and andthen andthen nd
then the head chambermaid was put puton paton
on She pointed out the room In which whichFarnums whichFarnums
Farnums baggage was placed and the thorooms thtrooms >
rooms where the Vflmens wgmens wamen alothos and andother andother
other things thln s were sciittered ttertd The fol following following following ¬
lowing morning she said the th party left leftbefore leftbefore
before she inspected the rooms again againbut againbut agaInbut
but she discovered dl covered that tha t the bed in Far Farrums Farrums
rums room had not b ben en slet in 1 1 while whilein
in the other rooms all tb < bads b ds two twosets twosets
sets of o twin beds and two louble beds bedshad bedshad bedshad
had been used usedMr u usedMr ed
Mr 11 NiceR Icol left what deduction deduc on to be bedrawn bedrawn bedrawn
drawn from this that any anyone one might mightwished mightwIshed mightwished
wished to draw and Mrs Gould was wasnoticeably wasuotJcebly wasnoticeably
noticeably flustered at the testimony te8tJmon te8tJmonTo
To think that I gave that hussy a atip aUp atip
tip she muttered in a tone loud enong 6nOIl 6nOIlto
to reach those tho e near her Tho Mageo Mageogirl Mageogirl MageogIrl
girl evidently vid nty heard It too for she shelooked shelooked ISh IShlooked
looked daggers da era at Mrs Gould and a few fewminutes fewminutes testminutes
minutes later when Mr Shearn asked askedher askedJler askedher
her if f she 8 e had not be ba4n n liberally ltbera y hUp hUpped tip tipped Upped ¬
ped by the party sheexclaimed she exotalmed In In Indignant IncU indipiant ¬
dignant cU dipiant nt tones tonesIndeed tonesIndeed tonesIndeed
Indeed and I did not I never got a apenny apenny apenny
penny of their money moneyTestimony moneyTestimony moneyTestimony
Testimony Unshaken UnshakenMr U shaken shakenMr
Mr Shearn failed to 0 shake her he testi testimony testimony tostimony ¬
mony though he tried hard to get her herto herto herto
to admit that Mrs Goulds suite in included included Ineluded ¬
cluded another room making six sl alto altogether altogether altogether ¬
gether This she positively po ttlveJy denied deniedJoh deniedJohv
John Joh J Flynn a chauffeur was an another anot anOtter ¬
ot other er star tar witness for Howard Gould Gouldon
on the Farnum subject Flynn is a ataxisab atatI2b ataxicab
taxicab driver alert and intelligent He
told of having havln been employed by Mrs
Gould when she was at the St Regis
in September 1906 190SMy 1906Oly 1906My
My first orders from Mrs Gould G ud
h be said were to tako her to Mme Os
borns the dressmaker dre make and from there
to Fletchers the paimist I took her
to both those places nearly every day
during the four or flro weeks 1 worked
for her herThe herThe herThe
The second or third day I worked
Three of the Eleven Special Articles ArticlesConey ArticlesConey
Coney Island IslandGoal IslandGoal IsIatdGoal
Goal of Mad Ideas IdeasConey IdeasConey IdeasConey
Coney wouldnt let itself be shot out of a cannon cannonit
it wouldnt jump off a mileaminute train and it wouldnt wouldntlet
i let a man set fire to himself This describes some of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the things that even Coney wouldnt stand for forFamous forFamous forFamous
Famous Affinities Affinitiesof
of History HistoryLove
Love affairs that have ruled the themaster master minds of the theworld theworld theworld
world The most absorbing the most deeply human and andinteresting andinteresting andinteresting
interesting series of true love stories found in history
This month John Stuart Mill and Mrs Taylor TaylorIs TaylorIs TaylorIs
Is the Country More MoreMoral MoreMoral MoreMoral
Moral Than the City CityA
A thousand times No I declares the writer Vice Vicehe Vicehe Vicehe
he says is bred in the country village and the virtue of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the big city is spotless when compared to the little towns townsthroughout townsthroughout townsthroughout
throughout the country countryHere countryHere I IHere
Here are the Titles Titles of Ten Short Stories StoriesStonemanForest StoriesStonemanForcst I IStonemanfF
StonemanfF StonemanForest orest Assistant AssistantDavid Agnes Morcly CIcavcIand CIcavcIandJ
David and Jonathan JonathanA A Story Stor of the Street StreetCompanionship J H Gannon Jr JrRoscoe JrCompanionship
Companionship CompanionshipHis Roscoe Gilmore StottHis Stott StottRobert
His TravelingMate TravelingMateBroadway T Robert Carltbn Brown BrownRoland BrownBroadway BrownBroadway
Broadway Luck LuckThe 0 Roland Ashford Phillips PhillfpsBurke PhillipsThe
The NonExisting N Element ElementThe Burke Jenkins JenkinsCnarles
The Luncheon of the Hon Edward EdwardThe Cnarles Battell Loomis LoomisEdward
The Honor of the Elkenhcads ElkenhcadsThe Elkenh ads Edward Boltwood BoltwoodGeorge BokwoodThe
The Girl at t Gunflint Lake LakeA George Allan England EnglandMontngue EnglandA I I
A Tale with no Moral f Montague Glass GlassOn GlassI I
I 10 Cents a Copy I L On All Newsstands NewsstandsThe Newsst nd ndThe
The Frank A Muntey Company C mpn New York and London Londonf Londonfolr4LJLY
I f folr4LJLY folr4LJLYIL 0 r J U L Y YI
t ttr I a
for her she had me drive her to the theHoteJ theHotel theHotej
HoteJ Somerset with a letter for Mr MrFarnum MrFarnum MrFarnum
Farnum He was w out oUh so I left thS tb let letdrove letter letter
ter and came back That that afternood Wtl Wtldrove wedrove
drove to West Fortysixth street be between betwetn between ¬
tween Fifth and Sixth avenues and andshe aDdshe andshe
she had me stop in the middle of the theblock theblock theblock
block The Th Somerset is in West W est Fontyr Fontyrsixth FO Fozitysixth J1t 7 78Ith
sixth street tree and I thought we were wereIng fib fibing G Glag
ing there but instead she told jner m te teget t tcet isget
get out and walk down the block te teFifth teFifth 15Fifth
Fifth avenue avenueYoull anU8YouU avenueYoull
Youll flnd there she said eaklto to me meia metaU mea
a tall finelooking young man n with big
heavy shoulders und nd bushy black hair1 hair1and hattand haITand
and wearing a I broadbrimmed d black blacksoft blac blac80tt blacksoft
soft hat W 1 1him ben you see him go 0 Jp p to tohim tOhim
him and ask him if Hes Mr irarnunv irarnunvand Farnum Farnumand Farnumand
and if he says be Is tell him Mrs MrsGould Mrsu MrsGould
Gould u 1s In the machine and wants to tosee1 toXet tosod
sod him
Met On Corner CornerI
I walked down the t e block and nd there thereon thereon
J on the corner facing the curb was w the thevery th thvery thevery
very man she had described to ma 1 It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was the first fir time I d ever seen e n Far Farnum FfLrnum Farnuin ¬
num but I couldnt mistake him and andwhen andwhen andwhen
when he said he was Farnum I brought broughthim broughthim broughtbins
him down to the car ar and after a little littletalk littletAlk littlettlk
talk with Mrs Gould he got in and she shetold shetold I
told me to drive over to the Broadway BroadwayTheater BioadwayTheater I
Theater Th atel Brooklyn When we gotthere gotthereit got there thereIt
it was wuearly early so they got out outad addspent addspentan aiid spent spentan I
an hour or so ir Mindens MInden restaurant restaurantThen restaurantThen
Then Farrurr Fan um went to the theater theaterwhere theaterwhere i iwhere
where he was playing that week and I Idrove Idrove Idrove
drove Mrs Gouid back to the th St Regis RegisThe ReiaThe RegisThe
The next time I saw Farnum the thewitness thewitness
witness went on under Mr Ir Kicoils Kicoilsguidance Nicoilsguidance joilsguJdance II IIwitness
guidance Mrs Gould told me to fetch fetchhim tet fetchhim b bhim
him from the Somerset to the St Regis Regisand Relisand Regisand
and then to come upstairs to do an er errand errand orrand ¬
rand for her When I got to the Som Somerset Somerset Somerset ¬
erset Farnum was standing outside with witha
a couple of other gentlemen and after I Ispeaks Ispeaks Ispeaks
speaks to him one of the gentlemen says saysto saysto aYsto
to him himSay himSay him2ev
Say Dustin whats up Whose ma machine machIne machIne ¬
chine is Is that thatAt thatAt thatAt
At which bkh Mr Farnum laughs and andsays andto andsays
says to the other man manWhy manWhy
00 Why bY thats ray new machine aint aintyou aintyou int intyou
you seen it before Anyway he gets getsinto getsInto getsinto
into the car and I takes him to the St StRegia StRe StRegis
Regis Re where here he goes in the front fron t way
and1 and pd 1 Ihopi bops upstairs up W by the back I got gotup aotup potup
up to Mrs Ins Goulds door a little ahead aheadof
of him and when I ring rlngUle the Mil I hoar
Mrs Gould call out outAll outuAll ot4All
All Right Dearie DearieAll
II All JI right dearie d Ill l be > e th the tiire re in a aminute aminute
minute minuteShe mInuteShe minuteShe
She opened the door Flynn want wanton WOftton wenton
on after Hhe the laughter had subsided in inthe Inthe 11 11the
the courtroom and I see she is pull puKing pulllag 1 1ing
ing on a loose wrapper of soce 110I c colored coloredstuff otor Jor Jorstuff d dstuff
stuff over her white petticoat and andthings andthl1ga andthings
things When she sees me she laughs lau lauand
and I laughs and she says saysExcuse AYu8e saysExcuse
Excuse u8e me John I thought It was w
Mr Farnum FarnumTTben FarnumTben > SThen
Then she hands me a 3i i bill and andMr
tells me go cet et t two 0 tickets for some
aho ho In Brookyn and as a I turn away
Mr ft Farnum is coding rtht in at the
door She let him in i and closed cl th the I
door and I went on my errand
Another time I saw Mr Mre Gould and
Farnum together continued Flynn
was once when
she went
over to t o
Brooklyn where he was playing and
a after r the thow they drives back to the
St Regis We got t home about half
past 11 and as Mrs Gould G ud hadnt given
me no orders I waits around till bat
past 1 But as neither Mr r Farnum nor no
Mrs Irs Gould showed back again and I
ddint ddJn t get no orders to wait t I beats It
to the garage and home
You have a grudge grud e against Mrs Mrsstealing
Gould because she he accused you oC
stealing things and discharged you OU
havent you asked Mr Shearn on the
crossexamination crossexaminationShe
She got ot mad said Flynn because
the th battery wouldnt work and said
shed have no further use for the lb ma II1 za ¬
chine so I went off to look for some
place where I could make some money mone
It was no use banging around there
after what she said ld
Fire Sweeps Building in inWhich in1hich inWhich
Which TwoLived Two LivedChil LivedChildren Chil Children ¬
dren Are Saved SavedMILFORD SavedULI1 SavedMILFORD
MILFORD ULI1 > RD Del June JU 1e19oEarly 13 19Eanly Early this tfcfemorning thislnomlnr thismorning
morning fire consumed Ute twostory twostorymachinery twostorymachlnory twestortmachinery
machinery building on the farm of ofFjcankGreco ofFtanlt ofFmnlc
FjcankGreco Ftanlt Grace Jn MIlford Neck Nec c ten miles milescast mUesftrt milesea5t
cast ftrt of f Milford causing a loss of two twolives twolives twolives
lives and andS000 SCOQ on machinery machineryand and bulld bulldi bulldlug buildlug
i lug ingIn lugInono
In Inono ono end of the structure was par paras partitioned partitioned ¬
titioned off two room roomswhich Wblch wc1wsed wc1wsedas wersed wersedas
as a dwelling by Michael Mancuslnd Mancuslndhis Ianu nd ndhls ndhis
his wife and it was they the who lost their theirlives theIrIes theirlives
lives their theirtwo two children being saved aavedMancuso 9vedllancuso savedMancuso
Mancuso was about thirtyfive years yearsold yearsold yearsold
old and his wife about thirty years yearsThey yearsThey yearsThey
They lost their lives by rushing back
into the burning burnln rooms to save their theirtrunk theirt1unk theirtiunk
trunk In which he kept his money The
building was filled with almost new newmachinery newmachinery newmachinery
machinery of all kinds THere was no noinsurance 110immrance itoinsurance
insurance on either building or contents contentslte contentsTile
Tile lte fire was w s first first1secn seen sC n bythe by the foreman foremantwhowas foremanwho Lotomanwho
twhowas who was aroused at midnight by the thebarkln thebRrkinl thebarking
barkln barking of a adoS dog and at that time it itTas itstas
Tas burning fiercely No idea as to tohow tohow ii iihow
how it bad its origin Is entertained by byanyone byanyone byanyone
anyone about the placo This is the thesecond thescoond thesecond
second time Greco has been avictim a victlm of ofthe orthe oftle
the flames the th first time he lielost lost seven seventy seventy eenty ¬
ty head of horses by fire on a a Pennsyl Pennsylvania PennsylvanIa Penasylvaults ¬
vania farm farmMME farm1iME farmMME
PARIS June 10 lItThe The judges of the thechamber thehamber thechamber
chamber of accusation which corre corresponds corresponds comesponds ¬
sponds with an American grand gran jury
have upheld the conclusionsreached conClusions reached by
M Andre the examining magistrate magistrateand
and have ordered that Mme Adolphe AdolpheSteinheil AdolpheStoinheil AdolpheStelnhU
Steinheil stand trial at the assizes court courtfor courttor courtfar
for the murder of her husband and andmother andmother andmother
mother here last summer
Box Car Proposed by Health Officer as Means of ofTransportation ofT ofTransportationFeared
Transportation T TransportationFeared rapsP9rtationF Feared That T at Other Qth t States StatesMay S t tMay I
May Object bject to toSch toScheme Scheme me
Health Officer W r C Woodward has hasaddressed basaddle hasaddressed
addressed addle sed t to th tie Now Yerk board of ofhealth otn1th ofhealth
health an oflielal communication re requosting requ requesting
questing qu uDg permteBion pen pormi i sion lon to transfer Early Earlyto
to that jurisdiction ju1 dIction No reply has yet yetbeen yetbeen yetbeen
been received receivedDiscussing recehedDlscu receivedDiscussing
Discussing Dlscu slnS the proposed method o otransportation otransportation otransportation
transportation Dr Woodward said to toeJay toGay today
Gay It was a matter to be determined determinedby
by the Public Health and Marine Hos Hospital Hospital liespitat ¬
pital Service It has been suggested suggestedtaht suggestedtaht suggestedtaht
taht the journey be made in d a box car carto carto carto
to which Early has interposed no objec objection objectlon objection ¬
tion Some questions qu sUons may inay be raised raisedhowever raJsedhoweer raisedhowever
however by the health authorities of ofMaryland orMaryland ofMaryland
Maryland Pennsylvania Delaware and andNew andNewJersey andNew
New NewJersey Jersey through which Early must musttravel musttlflvel musttravel
travel and these according accon1n to the theHealth theHealth theHealth
Health Officer must be settled by b the thePublic thePublic thePublic
Public Health and Marine Hospital Ser Service Service Service ¬
vice In reference to the reduction of ofEarlys otEnrlys ofEarlys
Earlys pension of H2 72 a month in tho
Labor Leader En Route to toEurope toEurope toEurope
Europe Thanks Ameri American American Amencan ¬
can Public PublicNEW
NEW YORK June 19Sanutl Gout Goutera G0 Goiera iI iIera
era president of the American meril a II Federa Federation lcd Fciratioii ra ratlon ¬
tion of I lAbor abor known mowr as The Grand GrandOld Qraild QraildOld QruidOld
Old Man of Labor sailed for Mi h tn tntended < x xtended Xtended
tended trip in Europe j urope on tile 45 WLito WLitoScar WtoScai VldtoSCar
Scar liner Baltic today Noarly Nar a thous thousand tbolLSand thousand ¬
and friend and sympathizers were at atthe attbe atthe
the dqck d to see him off Jst before beforethe berorothe beforethe
the boat b at sailed Qoirpers cJon > pers gave ga n the tot following totlowtnr fo folowing ¬
lowing message of farewell tar farw wp to the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American peopfe peopfeI
I go to Europe with a heart fined finedwith fl filledwith ited itedwltb
with gratitude toward the whole AThcr AThcrican Amctean Atherlean
lean people not only toward the th labor laboring laborIne laborleg ¬
leg people who have stood by me in 1n1 1n1the tnithe 3 3the
the cause oau e but toward others who have haveexpressed haocxp haveexpreSSet
expressed cxp their wellwishes for ihe ihework I ihework he hewOtk
work and for me personally personallyI
I cannot say bow much I apprfciue apprfciuetlrts a apprfcitethis pr1c e et1118
this demonstration Many persons eIOns on onside ouside OUTside
side the ranks Of f labor have sent ttutr ttutrbest tblrbest tbf tt ttbest
best wishes to me and to Mr MitchH MitchHin Mitch Mitchin II IIIn
in the contempt temp cases and we all fci fcikeenly fdlkeenly felkeenly
keenly the Interest that te taken in us iisnot usnot usnot
not for ourselves but for what ie rep represent npresent represent ¬
resent resentI
001 I go to Europe to look into the work working workIng working ¬
ing problem there thereI
I want to say to everyone that I Iam Iam Iam
am going on a trip ot service sen Ice and will willendeavor willn willendeavor
endeavor n to bring b brin I my best btbe efforts > tj tjbear tibear
bear on g what w at I shall sYaii ar flo o so that t I c tan tanbe an anbe
be a more useful citizen wen I re return T Tturn rturn ¬
turn turnThe turnTte turnThe
The executive council of r th Iiican Am AI11Ican i ican
can federation of Labor was wa in I it session sessiontoday aessiQntoda eSBintoda
today toda when Mr Gomjrs left the hotel hoteland hotelRnd hoteland
and he had a brief brteCfR farewell eweU session witii witiithe witi1the WIt ii iithe
the members m mben
event that thatii lie 1 J is ret Dved ed from the Dis District District Distnict ¬
trict Dr Woodwan 1Voodwart aiid it Jd that he has hasrecognisedthe hasrecognlzed hasrecogniaedthe
recognisedthe recognlzed tbe possibility of such sue sucha b a con contingency COTltingenc eontingency ¬
tingency but it was a situation ip vhica whi a
the District was w In mao no way wa ronJerned
41 I understand from my knowledge of ofnot of1av
1av that It Early has not leprosy hp 1 1not is isnot
not entitled to his hi present pension pensionsaid pensionald pensionsaid
said > > ald the Health Offlcer Otft r The pension pensionwas pensionwas pensionwas
was granted upon the ground gl und that nr is isa laa
a leper If he is not I do o not under understand 11Jlderstand understand ¬
stand how he can continue to receive reef > iH
his present monthly monthl allowance This Thisamatterhowever is isa L La
a amatterhowever matter however to be > tl dd ttrmined by
the Pension Bureau and on n in whi whiJt whiJtthe li lithe i
the Health Department is s in a no way
interested interestedThe JnterestedThe interestedThe
The agreement concerning t LIe e coii coiirnission Co Comission O Omission
mission of physicians who nil Vi examine
Early is still pending Dr Woodw W Wo o jwd jwdsaid w dsaid d dsaid
said today that there need be no further furL er
delay de y as tar as he is concerned 1 as he iff iffwilling igwilling s sWmh
Wmh willing that the fttbinatidn p tudnaton mtnatl n becon be 0 0ducted ¬
ducted by two or ii three disinterested disinterestedphysicians disinterestedphysiclansnd d
physicians phyaictanslindW lindW ml Is a wilting the decision decisionof ri riof
of Early and andhls Ills friends fri a8 as to tothe o the men menwho menwho meitwho
who wiH 1H compose COIJp 8 the th commission
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