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THE WASHING'IOJN TLME&. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 21, 1917.
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DE SAULLES CASE !
s. De Saulles and Her Boy Whom She Will See Today
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estlnr visit for tlio bay He will see,
for the first time, how hla mother has
trained a flock "f pigeons to come
tn at her cell wiiaow Hcht on her
htad and shou Jeis, and eat from
The weakened and rpathetlcal con- I
dltlon of Mrs De Saulles can he
traced to the separation rrom her son.
her physician claims. lie vehement
ly prophesied an utter collapse of hla
patient In case the meetings were de
nied. Four Mere Jurors Xeeded.
Interest centers today In the selec
tion of four more Jurors. The, eight
selected ranee In see from fifty to
sixty-one jcars. averaging; almost
fifty-six years each. Each one Is a
father, yet each has testified he will
not be swayed by sympath
The offering of testimony will
probably begin late this afternoon,
and then will follow the two great
eat and most severe testa of the defendant-One
wlU be the telling of her mar
ried life, a defall of sordid exper
iences leading np to her firing the
shot which killed her divorced hus
band. The other will be In hearing the
argument by the prosecution. The
argument will be based on the charge
of deliberate and premeditated mur
der. Decidedly Smart Costnrae.
lira. De Saulles appeared In court
In a decidedly smart costume. She
wore a cream georgette waist, piped
joke across the back, and a soft roll
ing collar. She wore the same pleat
ed skirt of black satin. Patent leather
oxfords and black silk stockings com
muted her costume.
She had a breakfast of half a cup of
coffee and a piece of toast. A few
mouthfuU were taken on the order
of her physician, who Insisted that
medicine alone would not give her
the strength she needs to stand the
Her mother, Senora Errazurlr Ver-
zrixa. continued 11L since her partial
collapse while In court yesterday.
She Is confined to her bed at Roslyn,
U I, and suffers much from nervous
TJnable Attend Asaln.
According to her son. William Er
-rurlz. It Is doubtful If the mother
will be able again to attend her
Despite the admonitions of the-J
court to speed up, the first talesman
ealeld today was closely questioned
at considerable length and then chal-
. Harry Livingston, forty nine, a rail-
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JOHN DE SAULLES, JR.
This innocent victim of circumstances, photographed in the arms
of a deputy sheriff when he first visited his mother after the murder,
is to nestle on his mother's breast when court adjourns today. Justice
Manning ordered that he should be allowed to see his mother in the
jail at Mineola and he decreed that he could take luncheon with her
Saturday. So Mrs. Blanca De Saulles is now happy.
reader of Seaford. wu the ninth Juror
tn Vi selected and the first to De
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seventy-eighth talesman to oe csjicu.
ui I- Wb (trtt errnim of taleSr
' IRA h.lnff AYhflllSted that JudgO
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Manning ordered anomer panci ui.
fifty to be drawn lmmeaiaieiy.
Nicholas Snyder, a blacksmith, of
Manhasset. U J- was the tenth Juror
... tr. la fiwfv v,irl old. the
youngest Juror yet qualifying. He Is
marxlea ana nas tnree rauauu.
was tho ninety-eighth talesman
linn Active Interest.
During the examination of Tales
man William M. SImonson. of Hlcks
vllle, Mrs, De Saulles displayed her
first active Interest In the personnel
of the Jury.
Attorney Henry TJterhart, counsel
for Mrs. De Saulles, was questioning
SImonson when the defendant en
gaged In a whispered conversation
with Judge L. J. Smith, who la assist
ing the defense. ""
' A conference between the two at
torneys followed and the talesman
was then asked If he was acquainted
with the Hechsher family. When he
replied In the affirmative, he was Im
mediately challenged. The Hechsher
family is related to the De Saulles
family, and Mrs. August Hechsher Is
now In charge of the defendant's son,
Jack De Saulles, Jr.
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caption room srate and waa discov
ered by one of the home 'workers, who
called the Brlghtwood firemen. Wil
liam Perlene, a plumber, had The fire
under control" before the arrival of
There were twenty-four children In
the house when the alarm was given.
who quickly fled, to safety. Accord
ing to Miss Stinchfleld, matron, the
fire 4amags la J100.
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two weeks ago, after Its completion
at a cost of nearly $20,000;
Officials are cleaning up today and
taking an Inventory of the loss at the,
Methodist Episcopal Home for the
Homeless Children at Ml Rlttenhpuse
street northwest, where fire yesterday.
for a. few minutes, threatened ine ae-
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OFFICERS' CLUB POPULAR.
LONDON, Nov. 21v There were
many callers today at the American
Officers' Club, which was officially
opened yesterday with an address by
the Duke of Connaught. Many for-
elgn ambassadors and diplomats were
- FH) TlfiMHKa HOSE
Miss Lucy Burns, suffrage picket,
was forcibly fed today In the District
Jail through the nose. She bad sworn
never to submit So the usual feeding;
by a mouth tub. Woman's Party
headquarters received nord that a
terrific struggle was heard In Mho.
Jail officials attain withheld all In
formation. Miss Burns and MI Law
rence Lewis, Philadelphia, were
moved last night rom the Occoquan,
Va workhouse to the Jail.
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MRS. DE SATJLLES,
On trial for her life, as she appears
MRS. BLANCA DE SAULLES
A year ago.
MRS. STODDARD WILL
SING HER LATEST SONG
Mrs. Joseph M. Stoddard, a Wash
ington woman, who has written, un
der the name of Nell Fletcher Stod
dard, a number of popular and pa
triotic songs, will sing on Friday
"night for the first time her latest pa
triotic composition. "London Town."
when she appears In an entertain
ment for the soldiers at Fort Myer.
Those who have heard the song de
clare It Is her best.
Mrs. Stoddard's song, "Come On,
Boys," Is now being suns; In a num
ber of the training camps and the
score Is being arranged for military
Mrs. Stoddard Is not only devoting
much of her time visiting the camps
and singing for the entertainment of
the soldiers, but Is a member of the
Red Cross ambulance corps, being an
auto driver of long experience.
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