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I If IT HAPPJSffS Jl THE t II > jE i J Sfo SALT L T LAKE pt W I i i t J 1 0 r II HERALTh HERALThrLicyJ t ER i L 1 C CI WEATHER DIE DIEEfAL18HED Generally FBK FBIrJlL SUIT S fair fairSHrer fairDIE T LAKE LAKEGenerally ft ftt wr wrW
PRICE FIVE GENTS GENTSSALT CEti L8 8 SHrer sn SBc per I ounce ounoeCopper ounceh ounceNew ounceh
rLicyJ Tke ESTABLISHED dUNE h 6 170 Copper PPer Wfcc 1 New York 13 13 to toIeid toSALT t t1iei
h T T Ieid I 9J New York 450
1iei SALT 1AjmfrflY IJK1 rrnr UTAH UTAaWEDIESDY WEDNESDAY Y SETEMBER S TEllBER so 1903
I GIRL SHOT DEADIN DEAD OEApIN DEADIN
IN THE THESTREET THESTREETThen STREET STREETThen
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Then Murderer Triad Tedto to End EndHis EndHisQwn His Hisy lIisii
y ii Own Life LifeTRAGEDY Uet UeTRAGEDY
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TRAGEDY IN SAM FRANCISCO FRANCISCOT FRANCISCOEACH FRAN CISCO CISCOt CISCOIEAca
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EACH OF THE TICTTHS TICTIXSWImS HAD HADAN LD LDwrD
WImS AOQUurrA1iXS AOQUurrA1iXSI AOQUurrA1iXSSAN
I
C AN FRANCISCO Sept 23 29Marle 29MarleJordan Marie MarieJordan
SAN 3 Jordan a handsome hand ome brunette was wasshot waSshot wasshot
shot dead on the street today by byL b bybda
L 11 bda > ela Brousse who then fired a shot shotInto shotIlito hot21Jto
Into his own head inflicting a wound woundvhlch wounllhlch woufl1hkh
vhlch hlch will probably prove fatal fatalThe tatalThe fatalThe
The tragedy was tbe result J ult of Jeal Jealousy jealcl1S Jealty ¬
ousy cl1S ty Miss Mi Jordan who was employed employedws
li 1 ws saleswoman in the cloak and suit suithouse suitjlou8e suit1louge
house 1louge of Armand Callleau on Kearney Kearneyftreet KearneyHreet KearneyPtreet
ftreet had long been admired by Deli OelaUmusse De DeHrnJ8P1e DeliBiouse
Umusse formerly a salesman In the theJiaberdashery theJla1x theha
Jiaberdashery Jla1x ha be rdallhen establishment of Wolf WolfFrank Wolfd
d 4 Frank also on Kearney street and aadh andill
h ill 11 < daily saw Miss Ml 8 Jordan passing to tofciid tolid toId
fciid lid Id from hcr work Recently it is as ast uf asrtr
f t rtcd rtr she became weary of his hi per perMstent peristerit
Mstent stfnt attentions and plainly Informed Informedhim Informed111m Informedhn perI
him of that Ua fact Today he lay in wait waitlor waltjor waitbr
lor her at the noon hour on a corner cornerh cornerhp cornerhe
hp h knew she he would pass pa as a she be went wenthome wenthorn wenthffle
home to lunch It was near her reel resim reelWIIIf
m WIIIf 1 IMP close e to the Intersection of Hyde Hydeand HydellIl Hydeaiit
and llIl Sacramento a < ramento streets streetsShot streetsShot treetsShot
Shot the Girl Dead BeadIfo DeadIf DeadTIC
TIC If waited until his intended victim victimwas victims
was as s by his Bide Then touching her on onthe ont onflu
the t flu lip arm to attract her attention he heftiiiberately beaIPlibeTHtely hetiberately
aIPlibeTHtely ftiiiberately tiberately fired two shots from a re rev reIHr reilver
v ilver into her head She fell dead on onthe OJtIH O Oth
the th + spot without uttering utterl a word wordThe wordThc
The Th murderer then placed the pistol pistolAsainst pi Pistolgimt tol tolll I
Asainst ll ainst his own head and pulled the thetrigger thefriggtr theI
trigger I ggrr but the weapon failed to go on onHe otto ottoHe oft1Y
He 1Y lowered it and it was discharged dischargedtho d dcharedI e4 e411H
tho I bullet striking the sidewalk Al Alinnst AIJi111 AlI
innst Ji111 I St t instantly he again In aimed at his hisIipjd hie11fad hisIi
Iipjd Ii and this time the shot went to it itmark Its ILflIuk ItsThark
mark He fell beside his victim writh writhing wrltbing writhing
ing In pain The wound is a serious seriousone Mruinf serisuoP
one nf P and it is f Is not thought he can CUT survive auri CUTiv ¬
vive viveThe i iv H i iThe
The HThe affair has ha caused considerable considerableexcitement conslderablfxdtEment considerb4tf
excitement f as each of the parties had hada b ba
a wjric Ifle circle of friends and acquaint acquaintHIKPS acquaintie I Inlf
HIKPS nlf They were both under 30 year yearof yearwof YQsrwof
of age
Story of Bye Witness WitnessStatements Witnesst WitnessStatetnents
Statements t it < ments regarding the details d tanA of ofthr Of1hr ofthr
thr > tragedy tlH ttag Pdy dy vary somewhat The Th stories IItorlellthl
1 thl ld by eye eyewitnesses yewltne witnesses IfH however gen genrntlly genfrally genei
rntlly ei iIly agree a e that Deli DE la Brousse who whof whoaI 110 1101i11
f IH 1i11 left hit place Jllu of employment about aboutt aboutim
1 im < 11 days fiR ago II O waited for Miss Jordan Jordanni
ni It the ho corner of Leavenworth I and Sac Saciimonto sacJI Saciiiwnto
iimonto JI 11rnto streets They walked down dowJIIH dOW11Iic
1 1Iic ho street together They reached the thisentrance thefntrHJ thentrue
entrance fntrHJ which leads into 1451 Sac Sacramento SaCT SacSriniento ¬
ramento T mento street a house well In the therear tbfLTPH theTear
rear TPH r with a large garden In front frontppla trontOpla frontPela
ppla Brousse Blou IIe according to the state stateno aiate1rnt tatefnt
no 1rnt fnt nt made by Harvey Long Lon a carpen carpenter carpen1r carpen1r ¬
1r then at work ork on a house opposite oppositeopened oPJMtecItned oppositebtefled
opened the gateway pt AY for I thE he girl and the thet he
1 o Marled up I the broad walk to toM to torlhrr tohtr
rlhrr rlhrrhfn < M hrr hrrWhen htrhen
When hen II few sterw from the wicket wicketRils Icket IcketTIfI4
TIfI4 1 r 4 B Rrsse Ia ewn 1 t tjr the theehoulder
Rils jr shoulder then arresting arreetIIi her herpro herproJI proc progr
r JI < ss S pulled out owa a pistol and aad plack ntedng th thAvp tIwpon thvepon
Avp wpon < pon to htr head flred 11 two shots shotsJnto shots1ntn shotsflt
Jnto flt her brain brainleft brainLeft brainLeft
left a letter letterT LetterPla LetterTlcia
T Pla < Ma Brousse left a letter addressed addressedt lMd lMdtn
t tn < > his hi h sister i8teJ telling tellln of his love for Mix MixJordan JIOKaJodan 3si 3siiljn
Jordan iljn and saying he could not suffer suffervny sufferfll
vny fll IV longer lon pr as he had since she had din dismried d18anted diniirled
anted him He asked ask forgiveness torctven for fortin fortll1 fortht
tin act he Intended to commit commitAnother commitAnothr commitAnother
Another document also found on the theTi th thTt
Ti 1 > on ° fl f the murderer and wouldb wouldbmi would wouldrlIiddt wouldbeiui
mi rlIiddt < idc is addressed to the public publicMr publicfrr
Mr 1 frr fr > r saying I have suffered tight tightmonths dptlInth1 aitsttithe
months tithe = of hell How I have stood It Itinly ItOJ ItI
inly OJ I n J Iy the Ix lorft > rd k kOIftfI wws r Deli > ela Brousse Broussejros BrouNlr
jros r I on to charge Miss Jordans sister sisterA msterih
A ith i ii separating him from his beloved belovedMario boICV ftVM ftVMllall
Mario 1 i ne because bfeau he was not making makingfinancial makinIIIa makingheadway
financial IIa IIda I headway and 4 In a rambling ramblingv
v ay a y tells tpll of his troubles Its closing clo lnlr son sent
t rc f is b I not only curse e you now but butv butill butill
v ill wish h < h you ou a curse on your our bead to toth totli toth
th < last hour of your your life lifeMILLER liteMILLER lifea lifeMILLER
a
MILLER WILL REMAIN REMAINPresident REMAINPresident REMAINlresident
President Deaf to UM Appeal a K Or Organised OrpJ 0 0ganiiisd ¬
ganised MCI Labor I4tborWashington LaborR LaborVashington
Washington R hlntun Sept pt 2ft aA 2CAt Ai tBflBOftant tBflBOftantcoiisuitatictl isuPOSISUtI ant antII
coiisuitatictl I II usuitatCt lIltat1 took place in the White WhiteCxijw WhiteI
Cxijw I 11 IM4 today l between tween President Kwoae Kwoaend r ro5Ht
Ht 11 Wind nd five fh members liIm of the executive executiveiiiHll executivOinIi
< iiiHll 1111 < 11 of the American Amc > rhlul Federation of ofr oftnclidlng
I > r Incliitfing President Oompera and andMr andir
Mr 11 Mltchll during durin which the case of offistHnt oftistltnt ofsistant
> fistHnt K FrPD1an r man W V A Miller of the theJ
J j > v < r rnmnt im nt printing office orrh > who was w die dlaissr dl dli diehsri
issr i hsri d l IMMMUSC ht u he hud been expelled fr fro froI wn wni
i iKul 1pt at tMKikbomlem union and after aftorvuls afterw rw rwd
vuls w id d wait Wit reinstated hy direction dt Unn of the thef
f r M i itt < < I t was as the t principal topic of dis disi dl8iII
4 i si iII n Tho rh conference was granted ntecl at ath
h r NIII iucpt lt of the labor leaders The TheMIT TMt
MIT I I r c t waavery wa WaS SI7 7 fully fu1l wl presented IlftWnt bY bjrtir bYmmb byt
tir t nrmb rnmbrrn < rs > f rthe the executive council < llnell at atI
11 11 I Io I e f t which bkJl the president prMld nt made a aM aIdrornt atitnfnt
M Idrornt t tnont in which no announced that thatrisiju thatJ thatIshm
J dd risiju I 1I nnt n to dlMBlst dltt Miller Mill was wasaiul w wasI
1 t1 aiul a 11 < I th t thit hit t the t hf notation qOflllt Ion of his hi person pernoni ptrllOnfitll personuittss
i fitn uittss s rnust he h settled ttlfd In the th rcgu rcguInr ItUI regultr
Inr I I routine of administration administrationCOLORADO 3mJnlstrationCOLORADO aininlatraiionCOLORADO
COLORADO NEWSPAPER NEWSPAPERSEIZED NEWSPAPERSEIZED NEWSPAPERSEIZED
SEIZED BY INSPECTORS INSPECTORSDenver
Denver el Sept SO 3OA A special to tothe tothe + t tthe
+ the News from Victor this morn morninjt + f fnight
4 injt says that at a late boar last lastni +
9 night ni ht the office of the Victor VlctorDailv + f ff
4 f Daily Record the official organ of off oft +
f 4 the t he w 1finE Miners union was raided raidedtfcMI by byf +
4 f officers of the postofflce Inspectors Inspectorsf inspectoc +
4 f met c and the editorial forces ar arrpted ateted +
+ rested and the > paper closed < e4 on a aluirgc aharge +
4 harge of publishing ana sending + r
4 sfiitiouR 11 litious t IouI articles through the tbef +
4 f rail 1 allc allcMURDERED = + fMURDERED
4 4 4MURDERED + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
MURDERED AND BODY BODYTHROWN BODYTHROWN BODYTHROWN
THROWN INTO A LAKE LAKERirmingham LAKEBirmingham LAKEPrmlnghani
Birmingham Ala Sept 29 DThe The body bodyf
of f a woman found in East lake Sunday SundaYith
v ith thref bullet holes in her head was was1Msitlvely w wI
1Msitlvely 3 I ltlnI identified Identlfl today toda as Miss III Nel Neli
I i Shaffltld aged 39 years Miss Shaf ShafJild Shattild ShafId
Jild Id left home Thursday and it was wassupposed W8IItuppoflEd waseuiiooed
supposed by relatives that she had hadpoi hadtl hadrfle
poi rfle tl < < to visit a sister at Ens Ensloy < < y Miss MISIhatfeld MissShttfield MisnSheffield
Sheffield was a member of an n excel excelt ex < el
1 F n t family and as she was an invalid invalidand invalids
and a lid seldom IEldom s Idom out the mystery my tery of her hermurder hertiutdpr
murder 11 u nltr is intensified intensifiedBTJYTWG intlDldnfdlUYIXG intensifiedBUYIXG
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
+ y
+ BTJYTWG UTAH CON CONi CONSl +
+ 4 +
i 4 rSpecial Sl scIai clal to The Herald Jh > rald1 rald1Boflton t i 4 4Boston
+ Boston Mass a Sept 29 29A A large lar laramount largeamount +
+ amount of Utah < onsolidnted on nlldated nlldatedtock + t tstock
4 tock is j being absorbed ab in this thisma thistarkef + f
+ 4 i ma tarkef urkel rkp by Standard 011 interests intereststhrough intereetsthrough +
+ 4 through Ihase base and Bars Bantaw tow It is issaid ieulrt +
4 said that H discretionary order or fr has hasivon haflpn +
+ 4 ivon pn p VitJ > o l in thi thii market to buy buy11 buyfr + f fstuck
+ stuck fur Sifindarrl Sltn iU < J O Oil Interests Interestsi +
> i nd tht tb I puf PUH asrs r ire ir transferred tranR prlrt prlrtJt 4 4a + t tit
it ind a nd liidrii j jirf ioT j PI1 v < n VI11 11111111 11111111I Il1Ii iini lt + t ttOfkcfelli
4 I tOfkcfelli iiiui dii 1I < i ii H augers +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
RIOTERS HAVE HAVEQUIETED HAVEQUIETED HAVEQUIETED
QUIETED DOWN DOWNNo DOWNNoFurthir
NoFurthir No further Danger Di fer on n the Cana Canadian Canadian Canadian
dian Side of the Border BorderNEEDY BorderNEEDY
4 4NEEDY
NEEDY HAVE BEEN GIVEN AID AIDWQKJC AIDWQRJC AIDWQBX
WQKJC OPFBB OPlBBJlD D THOSE WHO WHO4KB WB041B O OpB
4KB WILLING vIrLING TO I ABOJU LAJWJ1SAULT LA3O ABOJUAUIT
4 4C
C AUIT STB MARIK XARIB Mich Jll b Sept SeptThe ept 21 21The 2 2I
SAULT I The arrest toC of nine nba men charged chargedwith cbargedlth
J with lth bet being implicated in the th riot riotat riotat riotat
at the Canadian 800 Monday of a mob mobof mobor mobof
of discharged dlllcba ecJ employes emplo of the Consoli Consolidated ConllOltdated Consolldated ¬
dated Lake Superior company and an anattempt anattempt anattempt
attempt of a number of the men forci forcibly forcibly forcibly ¬
bly to resist detention by the concern concernat
at Wilde station sthtIouon oa die Algoma Cen Central Central Central ¬
tral were among the developments In Inthe Intbe inthe
the situation at QM JM Coo oo today Numer Numerous NmerOWl Numerone ¬
OWl requests by employment agencies agenciesfor
for the services oC many of the large largenumber laraenumber largenumber
number of employee em lo thrown out of ofwork of1IIorlt ofwork
work by th the closing clo inK of the concern and andits andits andIts
its various vano affiliated companies com to towhich towhich towhich
which they are re responding and the ab absence abenteOf abeduce ¬
educe enteOf of destitution dMtlt On have haftsiven given the men menhope menhope menhope
hope and with the exception of the in incldents incldpoo Incidents
cldents mentioned everything every thinK was wasagain wa waaeala wasagain
again quiet today todayDestitute todayDestitute todayDeetItue
Destitute Aided AidedMayor AidedMa AidedMayer
Mayor Ma Plummer up to today toda has baI wttktbe wttk atkthe j jtn
tn the anctos of the munWDaftty munielpaUtyaIdecI reaJBr reaJBraided reaEUlaidid
aided the needy who ho are declared cJe ire4te ire4tet t tfew h hfew
few t w but be announced nnMar ced in a statement etatemefltnight to tonight ¬
night tat with wit the arrIval rmlo of a detach detachment detachment des desmont ¬
ment of the tb militia tomorrow all unew unewwhere UM UMpl01ed uflepIoyed
pl01ed men of the company whoW who haW1 haW1tused
tuSCHI to accept c pt theoelll the otters of work e ewhere tb tbwhere
where will be forced to leave To Tonightind Tonight Tonightand t tlid
and since Dee the attack by the mob 111 on the thelocal tbecompany thecompanys
company offiee yesterday t local mi mid IDautkretftf mlUtIM
utkretftf UtIM T541ItOTed O L b 0 the pollethaa pe1ic has guard rd rdt
d the t plants and Industrie of the tbcpany thepan thopsn
pany pan but order has been observed to todayand to toda today >
dayand da day and communication between betW the theSd tw twnight tWU tWUSos
Sd Sos which hleb was ordered stopped ket ketnight at atnleht
night was resumed It n Is planned plannedpsil a atart t8d t ttart Istart
tart the street cars on the Canada Canaidat dot Stoetomorrow dottoiuloleow
tomorrow t w
wLeft
Left in th the Woods WoodsThere WoodThere WoodsThere
There are GOO woodsmen In the camps campsof ca caof
of the company but a us a measure of ofcaution otautlon ote otecaution
caution t tHam the company a aecovdlngto to WII WIIItalD wulham
Ham Coyne CoyneShields assistant IBtnt to PltII8Nenl PltII8Nenlhl FTSSMSnLShields
Shields hl lds will not allow them to come hi hiuntil k kuntil hauntil
until tomorrow when all of 9 I the De O troop troopen treopfn
en route will have arrived Although Althoughthey Aloouhthf
they the aresaid are sald by Mr Coyne Coy to be well wellprovided w wellprovided 1 1prolded
provided wiOi food and to have been beengiven beengIven n nIen
given Ien good tl a aping quarters the men h hpaid he hefI1tld hesaid
paid art dtSfcntlfiied which has caused causedthem caU8edthm causedthem
them to protest against aintlt being left at atilde atnde atWild
Wild ilde station which 1111 ended nd d In a demon demonstration deIDoBIItraUon demosstratlon ¬
stration similar to that which occurred occurredhero oecallfJdh occurredhere
hero h r > yesterday ePltErd but not so serious seriousThe wrlOUlTh
The Th m men n Jlr Coyne Cft ivie nay 11II ys tuecantf am unary unarywhen aanRrwhen entrywhen
when told they would be held at the eta staion st stIon etaton
ion over uight e and andlM1rcn began to throw throwstones throwIItonu throwstones
stones at the engine enha n crew The fusillade fusilladebecame fU8UIadabecame fusilladebecame
became so heavy mat t1t to escape with withtheir wtththlr withtheir
their lives the crew under un4 r pretense of ofswitching oftcblq ofIwitching
switching tcblq the train after aft an engine ne and andtwo andtwo d dtwo
two coaches had been uncoupled uncou start started utarted tartfd ¬
ed down the th main maintrack track on tn t the e Algoma AlgomaCentral AcomaCentral AlgomaCentral
Central road leaving the e foreigners lorelgneJllhind be behind behind ¬
hind Some of them imwiUlng wtlline to stay staythere Jltaythen staythere
there have walked Iked to the tIIeIn Boo BooMjuiirfwa SooMMIlp
Mjuiirfwa MMIlp Fujwls Tftmd TftmdI Uie UieIt
tf
I In It a statement ME Mr Pluramer deny denying d denylog Y YIng ¬
ing that therebadHbeen tIIenW there been any destitution destitutionhe dfttltU Gl1 Gl1hf
he paid paidAt ealdAt Id i iAt
At my Mftsfestlon 101I jmuticttw J funds fwndww f1tUdWT fundsWCTb
ww > used to belp men who had been beenthrown MfnI beenjlrown
I thrown n out of work and were ere 1h n nor need needfygip e4 e4eal
fygip tka for or orIDeII seals eal and andwtth andmen
men Ith Nmrneunad n ed wtth watktJte watktJtenPCN wfthnecessities the thenececaltit
necessities nPCN tI > of Iff IfN Alf A AtIIi whd requested fId aid aidwere aidWfOrt aidwere
were given ft and attfcough a gh the sudden suddennt suddenlosi
losi of employment nt t meant R hardship P for fori totmen
= ttI
Itatl atl =
men with It families i there tI tIc nev never c r has been beenany beenany
any 1 11 < destitution The company by I y which whichthe wblebthe whichthe
the mn had been employed also 1110 aided aidedthem aidedthtm sidedthem
them when aid was w needed n I have tele telegrams teteItrams telegrams
grams from numbers nu of employment agen agenrlea R sgenrice
rice 18 stating Itatln < that all who want work may
have It and at better b ter wage than they
had been nM 1 by b the company < Many Manyre Ian Ian1UCf Manyare
are re accepting 1UCf > Jtfnlf th the offers even the men menwho tntnwho menwho
who have families mill here although altho h they
dislike to quit thir home here breMr hereMr rt rtMr
Mr Coyne also said that his company OOIDpanhad
had b been an liberal in providing for me memrn lnemm toemen
men but that some had refused to avail availthenvetve avaIlthtDMk availthrnselvee
thenvetve of thr hr off offers r preferring to towait towalt towait
wait until funds could be secured lIrld by the thecompany theOMpany thecompany
company OMpany that they might cash thM pay paychecks pyrheclas
checks and live lIv on tb tIle small earningsthey earningsthey earnings amlngsth
they th had saved savedAUSTRIAN ueodA savedAIJSTRIAN
I
AUSTRIAN A STRIAN SOCIALISTS SOCIALISTSMAKE SOCIALISTS SOCIALISTSMAKE SOCIALISTSMAKE o
MAKE A DEMONSTRATION DEMONSTRATIONVienna
Vienna Sept 8c pt 29 2IA A meeting meetln of ofsOiaUat 2900 2900socialists 2000socialIsts
socialists was 11 held tonight against the thevisit thevlltlt thevisit
visit of the czar of Russia RussiaAddresses RumaAddreeea RussiaAddresses
Addresses of th the most violent char character t character haratter ¬
acter were made One speaker speak re remarked remarked remarked ¬
marked The czar whose hose only instru instrument Inlltnamen metremntp ¬
ment men mntp of cultivation are the gallows gallowsthe 81110 81110tbe gallowsthe
the prison and Siberia comes H like a athief athisf
thief tb affected trect by the stigma trtl ma of his hiscrimes hisnlmell hiscrimes
crimes between a cordon of troops troopsA troo trooA
A resolution JW denouncing d the czars csarsvtartt csar csarVl czarsli1t
vtartt ft as an offense to Russia R liberal liberalpopulation liierzjpopulation i ipopulation
population was not allowed to be bepassed beJMI8IIed bepassed
passed by the official representative representativeThe
The Th meeting nweUn broke up with shouts shoutsOf sbou sbouof shoijof
Of Down with the car exarTOOK carlit czarTOOK
lit litTOOK
TOOK ACON1TEWHILE ACON1TEWHILEANGRY ACONITE WHilE WHilEAiNGRY WHILEANGRY
ANGRY AT HUSBAND HUSBANDfpokatte HUSBANDWh HUSBANDpohaue
fpokatte Wash Sept 2 9Mre 9MreBbnee Mrs MrsBhmefe M MB
Bhmefe B Russell the young youn wife of ofa ofaGftatNorthem a aGreat aGret
Great GftatNorthem Northern conductor swallowed swallowedenough swallowedI
enough 0500 I aconite this th morning < to kill a adosea adow adosea
dosea persons and expired In great greatagony lfIeAtaBOn gres t tagony
agony Ill 11Iftb health and a quarrel with withher withher withbet
her husbandwere husband were the causes Theo Theidore Theodore Thedote >
dore Russell the husband hu threw him himself blmlieU hImself ¬
self on the dead body bod and Implored Imploredforgiveness ImplOftdrortrlve imploredforglvetics
forgiveness rortrlve for any an acts cta of his that thatmight thatilrht thatihight
might ilrht have precipitated clpltated the deed Mrs
Russell was 22 years of age Ire and leaves leavesa 1ea Vt Vta
a 2yearold daughter Her relatives
live in Athena Ore OreCAREER Oreo OreCAREERWOUNDUpBy
o 0 0CAREER
CAREER CAREERWOUNDUpBy CAREERWOUNDUpByMURDERAND WOUND UP BY BYMURDER BYMURDER
MURDER MURDERAND AND SUICIDE SUICIDEPlttsburg SUICIDEPlttebur SUICIDEPlttsburg
Plttsburg Sept 29 2IGeore George Wash Washington Wash WashIton WashIngtan ¬
ington Garwood a wealthy ealth coal oal brok broker brokn biokct ¬
er aged years today shot and killed killedHilda killedBlJcI killedBilda
Hilda Vogel Voselapd aged about 22 and then thenkilled thenkine thenkWed
killed himself in a room occupied by bythe bythe bythe
the couple Jealousy Je louacy was the cause < > of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the deed deedGar deedGJlrwood deedGarwoods
Gar GJlrwood woods wife and nine children are arestill aNstili arestill
still living 11ln About two years ago it is issafd i ird iszafd
safd rd he became infatuated with Hilda HildaVogel HUrtaVol HildaVogdl
Vogel who was a waitress in a res restaurant restaurant ¬
taurant Since then the couple have havebeen bavbeen havbeen
been on o more or less Intimate terms termsthe termsthe
I the man frequently showing his Jeal Jealousy JealI joelousy ¬
ousy over over attentions shown the girl by byother b bother byother
I other men men1CSS menI menMRS
I II III
I KItS DAVIS IMPROVING IMPROVINGBuffalo IJ IXPHOVtNGliuffalo JlOVDfG JlOVDfGI
I Buffalo Sept St IIt It was reported at ati atneti
i OHSII lsI Inn today to that Mrs Jefferson Da DaI Dais
1 I vis v is hat passed ed a N restful r stful night and vus vust v us ussteadily usa4eadily
steadily Uy improving improvingWALL ImprorlnlfI
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4 WALL STKBBT ST T FAILURE FAZLITRBNew +
I 4 1 1I
I + New N York Sept 29 2tTbE The Consol Con onsolidted sol solldated + f fidated
+ idated stock exchange firm of oft ofTaylgr +
+ t Taylor It Mandevilte suspended to today today + t tday
I + day Failure of customers m tomen to meet meettheir meetI meettheir +
I + their margins in yesterdays esterday sharp sharpi +
i 4 + break is believed to account for forthe forthe +
I + the failure The firm is composed romposodof + f fof
+ of Henry lh > nry B Taylor and J Arthur ArthurManlevlHe +
1 + ManlevlHe Taylor was al a nvmher nvmherof +
+ of tho th board of managers of 1 the theonaoldatPd thetoneolidatoj f ffonsoHdated
+ fonsoHdated exchange exchangeA + f
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
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BACK T TO EARTH RT AGAIN A t N C Ct
TllLMAN ii LLMAN TGASE TGASEBEING CASE CASEBEING CASEBEING
BEING PUSHED PUSHEDBrother
Brother of the Murdered Editor Editoron
on th6 Stand Standr StandEDITORIALS StandEDITORIA1S StandEDITORIALS
+ r
EDITORIALS IN EVIDENCE EVIDENCELexington EV10 EVItENtEDAMAGIe iNnE iNnEt
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r ri
i DAMAGIe AGDfG R IMAx xl CAB B B BI BLexIngton
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4 Gu 1 1t 1Ledn
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Lexington Ledn ton S C Sept tGQod tGQodspeed 28 Good Goodspeed Ooudspeed
speed was wa made today Jn n the th trial here hereof hereor hereof
of former lieutenant Governor James JamesII rame rameH
H Tlllman llanan who te charged with the themurderof the themurder themunkr
murderof murder of N Ql t Goiiiales G I 8 editor of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the state 8tate A Alarge large number of witnesses witnesseswere wltneatswere witnesseswere
were examined today One line of Ex Examination nII1DfnaUon ixalnination ¬
amination pursued today tbdayl by y the state statewas atateas statewas
was as with a view to laying lut the founda foundation foundation ¬
i tion for the introduction of dying dec declarations deI < ¬
I I larations rat1ons Four of tbe physicians II CIna who whoparticipated whoparticipated whoparticipated
participated hr the operation on Mr MrGonxales MrGonzale MrGonzales
Gonzales after an he wa WaS shot wen ou outhe onj
j the stand todaD today Dra Curry Hope HopeTaylor Hoperaylor HopeI
I Taylor and QrlflKh riftIth alt of Columbia ColumbiaMuch eoJumbiaI ColumbiaMuch
I Much of the testimony of the physi physicians phy8tt phyilclans
t > clans ian waa technical technicalAmbrose tecluJwLI
I Ambrose roee E QonJtales 00 publisher of the theState theI
I I State and a brother of If Q Gonzales Oonxaleswas OonsalMwas
was called call 10 the stand at When the solle solleI 80 80I solleitor
I I Itor offered otf rPd In evidence fyJdfucethe the tiles of the theState
I State for the year y tSK 1S rhe he purpose as asannounced asannounced i
announced announ by eoumcl eouaetif1t1l flag to introduce introducethe Inqodueethe
the editorials in tile State te newspaper of ofwhich ofwhim ofwhich
which N Q Gonzales Go W was editor from fromJuly lrO lrOJuly trQutJuly
July 1 l ie t to Dee D A n 001 001Editorials uoaEditorials i5 i5Edftorlais
Editorials in Bwidence BwidenceThe rideDceI > idence idenceThe
The editorials in uftesUou 1i 11 are in rela relation relaUou cclilIon ¬
lIon to James Ja H TiHraan Reading Rf > adlnjf of ofthe orthe ofthe
I the editorials was postpontLd JI ntOd 00 that thatrounwel tbatcoulMtel thatcoutliet
rounwel for tbe defense might m ht read ad them themfirst themJ themfirst
J first firstOn ft firston
ftcreumiDatioo On crsssexaroumtion Mr r Gcmaue Gonzales was wasasked wasasked
asked by bycou1 counsel for tIe defense defenceThe defeMcThe defenseThe
The relations relaU between yo your brother brotherand brAberand brotherand
and Mr Tlllman have ve not been pleasant pleasantfor
for some ycanuhavc yea haY they theyHe theyHl theyito
He replied They Thesbave bave ve not been pleas pleaaant pleasant pleasant
ant antMr antGonuJee
Mr Gonzales was wa aakert on furtber furtbercrosiiexaialnation frtherCIOQf fertberCTOsEmMftOfl
crosiiexaialnation CIOQf > amfnaftoD toy the defense If ho hohad h hhad hehad
had not heard his h brother express him himsrtf hJmIMtr himself
self in denunciatory language I flguege ge in regar regarto J Jto
to Mr Tillmiri to which the witness witllf re replied replied ccpiled ¬
plied 1 cannot sayZ yI aver ver heard he d him u usuch use lI6esuch usesuch
such language in the office > T think ev everything cvthing v vthlnc ¬
erything thing he said not everything he knew knewor
or believed bc lhwed or vrythlng he said to his nlsrelatives Itls1f1Uves hisrelaUvee
relatives or friends h htt taW in the State Statenewspaper StateneWlIpRper Statenewspaper
newspaper so that tn the people all could couldknow couldknow couldknow
know knowWrote
Wrote Withpu Consultation ConsultationIn Oon ttion ttionIn
In reply to further < r tauesUoiu AQes ujeatlQn 9118 Mr t Gon Gonaak Uonsales on onxalc
sales said he cofld not eay that he knew knewbis knewb18 knewhis
his brother to have entertained bitter bitterfeeling bittertMltmr bItterteelinwa
feeling toward J H B tttnan nor could couldhe couldM couldhe
he say that he knew kft ktte his brothers br therlI feel feelings feelinc feellogs ¬
inc toward towa the defendant to have been beenhostile beenhostile beenhostile
hostile His brother bIOt bretb lI lisA ha been bee he said saidin saidin Id IdIn
in control of the editorials and his hi broth brother ¬
er Wrote them without consultation consultationW C9ftIIultation C9ftIIultationV
W V B Cause Gau a member JOe of the legisla legislature Ilplature legislature ¬
ture from Floreoce county was w aaked if ifhe Ith Ifhe
he h bad heard Mr Tinman 1I nr when ben he met metof methhn methim
him In CoIUlDbl1d durthg tile the last laetof session sessionof
of the th legislature 1e 1IIat re ray anything about aboutMr aboutMr
I Mr GoncrJes Gonar editorials tortel to which wit witness wltne witness ¬
ness ne replied that he met Colonel Tillman Tillmanon
I on a the street t t and when some one asked askedColonel askedI askedolonel
I Colonel Tlllman where w Ie he was stopping stoppinghe
he replied lIIfd f dont know that I am amstopping amIItOP amstopping
I stopping IItOP fn < anywhere I stuck those edlto edltorials edltorlals editorIals
rials of the State in my m pocket and told toldmy toldI toldmy
my wife I mightstop t the penitentiary penitentiarybefore penltenUarybfoforp penitentiarybefore
before I left th there tbereOn thereOn re reOn
On crosxexamination the witness said saidhe saIdhe saidhe
I he did not t take the remarks seriausly seriauslyFKLL sf seriouslyPiLL >
0 0FXLL
PiLL DOWN BI BLEVATOR BVATOB SHAFT SHAFTPittsburg SHAFTPittsburl SHAFTP1ttsburg
Pittsburg Sept 28 ZIajor Major Samuel SamuelW
W Hay was w MUM tonight t by tailing fallingfrom tailingfrom tailingfront
from the fourth floor of the Arrott Arrottbuilding Arrotlbuilding ArrottbuildIng
building through the elevator shaft to tothe tothe tothe
the basement beeementmaJdn making a drop of six sixtories sixZtorles sixrtories
tories Major Hay was wa a veteran of ofthe otthe ofthe
the civil iv1l and SpanishAmerican wars warsDuring W8MDuring wareDuring
During the latter war he was com commissary rommiflsR1Y cornmissary ¬
missary on the bt staffs of Major Gen Generals Generals Generahs ¬
erals Young Davis and Wheeler WheelerENDED Wheeler11I8 WheelerI WheelerENDD
11I8 11I8UfDED
+ I + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
+ i
+ ENDED HIS MISEHY MISEHYSpokane +
4 4Spokane 4 4Spokane
+ Spokane vWsb Sept 29 29A 29Allpectal 29Aspecial A +
4 + special to the Chronicle states that thatDr thatDr +
+ Dr L M M WWard of Loomis LoomlWa LoomisWash + f
+ Wash h was feund dead deadln in bed this thl thlmorn thismorning +
+ morning morn i n < A bottle of chloroform chloroformIn 4 +
+ In his left lefthand hand indicated suicide suicidebelieved uldd ulddbel1eyed 4
4 + believed to have ha f ben n Induced by byfurs b bfears +
4 + f furs ars of going blind Dr Willard Willardwas Willardwas +
4 was the stepfather of W Y Hooper HoopEIYoung 4 4t 4
4 t Young thj th noted Nh I < > York crim rim 1lmInat riminal 4
+ inal 4
+ + + T + + + + + + + + + +
4 < c c
WIT CAPlf CAPRALOJ1 lOJFOIRTY FORTY MilliON MilliONPlan
06 06Plan1io
Plan Plan1io to Reorganize Bor aniz The t a Consolidated Lake Superior Com Company CompanyEiJ1ploy CorninyErnp1oyes ¬
pany panyEiJ1ploy Employes Must Wait 30 or 40 40Days 40I 40ays 404Jays
I Days ays for fQr Money
i
BW jtJ l fltL Sit t jTbe jTbeI Ttte Ttter
r N N JIY eay eayA eayiIe yip j
A ri ct8f C 00H < lated latedaM ted tedI
I iIe ipea4ee t paiC aM today todum hi inthis I
UII this dtyAhAt city tht idut plan ot oqegaaia oqegaaiaLion i itlon
Lion which ta being prepare preparby by a com committee cornmitt ¬
mittee mitt of the board of directors will ottIj be hemade bemMe beatade
made public m Philadelphia in JncSa1i a few fewdays fewdas
days This plan has been agreed upon uponBy II ujnby I
By 7 the directors and nd is now being beingworked beingworked
worked out outln In detail by the executive executivecommittee executivcommittee exteutivecommittee I
committee and te said > to b be satisfac satisfactory stiwfetdry tltd tltdtdry ¬
tdry to all the Philadelphia stockhold stockholders sofokholdJId ¬
ers and many in New York and Can Canada CanadM Canada ¬
ada adaIn 1
In general It means meanll said Ute direc director dnctor dareetor ¬
tor making ng the capital of the com company eOmparty compaily ¬
party d 0000 tOOOOO and an assessment of ofa
a 3 per per share re on the stock outstanding
The appointment tlppotftt nt of a receiver was
4 fgreed to 1 by tb stoclrhoMers ildi den aad and dl directors dlrectors ¬
rectors C because thve U ejre were e te 1MftMtton aymeM aymeMeate nd1 nd14sf
eate 4sf creditors as well eU as 0 the CawuHan CawuHantors C Co Cesedlancretftorg
cretftorg tors o to be etp arotecteC teli att UK t re rerslifp r rdlWiihtp
dlWiihtp rslifp tp pettfltthe proterts t THg uT 0 t ttY ry fortn fortnoredKors for the theizridltore
oredKors < ckOnJ as well as for the stockholders etocl stockhold tocJpJoIdne liold lioldSCL
ers SCLtFhe ersThe < The ne executive committee c mlttee a ssid id Mr Mrt x xfIe MrerXue
t fIe ergue expect that the money m ney will be beprovided lienvided
provided to take care of all the claims claimswtthm cislutstthiIi
wtthm tthiIi b thirty or forty days daysThe1 daysThe daysTiw
The director dlr rtor denies the report that thathe thatthe thatfbe
the he United States Steel corporation corporationwas cO poraUon poraUonas
was as anxious to secure the property propertyRegarding ptOpertlCcgardlng propertylligarding
Regarding the rioting at the MSoo MSooreported Sot Soorted Sotr
reported r rted in this thl mornings papers the thedirectors
directors 4ir tos said it was W to b be expected the theminers theInen
miners Inen would become irritated but that thatth
th they y would get their pay in full as astheir
their wages would ould constitute con a prior priorrlaim priorltlalm priorlaIm
rlaim < t
WOLCOTT FACTION CONTROLLED THE THECOLORADO THECOLORADO THECOLORADO
COLORADO REPUBLICAN CONVENTION
Denver Sept 2 11011 2tForipr Former United UnitedState UflitedStaten I IStauwSenator
State StauwSenator Senator BWwHrd 0 WoJcoU WoJcoUwon WoIcotwon WolcoLwon
won decisive victory today toda In the t con contest contest ¬ 1 1te
test te t before the Republican state ceni cenitral een etntral i itraI
tral committee between bft wee the rival fee factions feettou ¬ I
tions J t this tit city clt and afterward at rwardln In the thestate Oestate thestate
state convention The committee conllq1f by byote a avote aote
vote ote of seventyone to eighteen t ht place placethe pIa plaee4i plaee4ithe
the Wolcott delegates on th the tesapori tesaporii tepor teporary
I i ary roll call of the convention andih andihconvention andthoconvention ttttt tttttCOftvtantlon
convention by a unanimous vote 9Ot made madetlv m madethe de
the t temporary roll call permanent permanentNo
No opportunity was as given the anti antiWolcott antiWolcott
Wolcott delegation to make a contest C
before the convention convention Mr Wolcott Wolcottwas
W was Ii chosen > temporary chairman of the theconvention thecOnvention
cqnve convention nUon without opposition oPIW and In Ina Ina ina
a carefully carefull prepared speech denounced denouncednis 1eDOU 1eDOUI denouncedhis <
his opponents m the Republican party partyA
A stronglyworded stroD l wordM resolution indorsing indorsingPVesMert Indonll
PVesMert P Roosevelt Roo for reelection to tothe
the presidency In 1W4 was unanimously unanimouslyadopted unanJmou81yoptett unanimouslyadopted
adopted optett without reference to the com committee coinIItttt corninlttee ¬
mittee IItttt on resolutions Only one office officethat oftlce oMeethat
that of justice of the supreme court courti courtto
i Ie < to be filled at this years ears election andr andfor and andfor
r for r this Chief Justice John Campbell Campbellwas Cmp n
was wu honored with nomination by ac acclamation acclamation acofamation ¬
clamation
JOHN D ROCKEFELLER SETTLED THE THEHARRIWA THEI THEHARBMANKEENE
I HARRIWA HARR HARBMANKEENE A KEENE CONTROVERSY
r t
dnctaaatt CI Sept sptTh The ease of 9f f Tl Tlbot 1i1bOt Thhbet
bot J Taylor sad others to o mcttrohr bc thevoting bcvoting beoti
voting oti of stock held Id by the Unon UrIoA Pa Pacific PaclficraRwayat 1lrifle ¬
rifle clficraRwayat railway at t the annual ann edcctfon ot oftbe otthe otthe
the Southern Pacific company was s today 1fJda 1fJdaI tedaymformaIy todayformally
formally dhmtuwed tn the Uulte4 U1 UIedtsteO UIedtsteOirCUit at atIrcult Utes Utescircuit
I circuit court of appeals on tolagsgpalc tolagsgpalcadvices islsgphieadvlces Ite Iteadvlces
advlces from ronnsel in Nrwxvfof Its Itsla It itis
la now understood un that the Southern 8oQ FS FScific lfarUlc Pacific
cific election which has ha been n postpone postponefrom ftp01tedifTom poinpopedfrom
from time Ullteto to tim time by the court eo n ainee las lasApril a8tl a8tlApril IastApril
April win take place week 1 k after n next Jaestat JaestatBcecbmont nektatBeeehmont at atBcechmont
Bcechmont a suburb nb rb of Loultnrijltv Louh I which whichis bch bchJa
is 1 the legal headquarters of the company companyTbe ompnyThe nY nYThe
The TimesStar says sa It is learned learnedASSUMING 1earflecfASSUMING leariedASSUMING
ASSUMING GRAVE ASPEGL ASPEGLj ASPE ASPECEYellow r rYellow
j Yellow Fever ever Situation Situati n at iit JLarado itaredoTex JLaradoJ lado ladoTex
J I Tex Growing Worse WorseLredo WorseLaredo
lAredO Tes Te Sept 29 9Tne Tne yellow yellowfever yeoltowf yellowfever
fever f er situation here is beginnUT to tosume as assume ¬ I Isume
sume a very grave phase There ar arnow are arenow I Inow
now in this city thirtyseven cases 8 of offever offever 1 1eer
fever eer sixteen ofwhich of wblch havebeen h8Yt 1 pro pronounced pJonounced pronounced ¬
nounced genuine by the Marinekps Marinekpspital Yartne Haz1iiuatpital < I Ipltal
pital service experts in charge ten tencases tencases I ICNes
cases have been pronounced suspicious suspiciousand plctou1 plctou1and
and eleven new cases have been re reported reported ¬
ported today some of which hlch have been beenannounced bN beenannounced rl rlannounced
announced as genuine nulne and others aa aasuspicious 1asuspicious I Iusplcl
1 suspicious suspiciousThe usplcl I IThe
The conditions in Nuevo uevo Laredo Larecloare are re renot 1 1I 1not
I not encouraging One death resulted resultedtoday resultedtoday j
I today It is i impossible Impo slble to learn le ra from fromthe fromthe J
the Mexican authorities how many manycases manYq manYqcrses mInyeiom
cases exist but It is known that there thereis =
is a very ery large number Among th thcases the thecases
cases that were ere today reported very verygrave Veryrae verygrave
grave rae is that of United States Vice ViceConsul Vic VictConsul I
Consul J F Kimball No olflcial news newshas DewSI tewUhas
has been sent from Monterey but It ItIEarned is islearned I Ilearned
I learned on what is l considered good ood au authorlty authorlty u uthority
thorlty that there t ere are at least ten tennew teunew tennew
new cases of fever feverSTEA3IEB feveTo
o III IIISTBAlIBR
14 + 4 + 444 + + 44 + + + + + + + + + 3
4 + 4
4 STEA3IEB LOST LOSTValparaiso LOSTYalparalM LOSTA +
A
S SValpacaiso
+ Valparaiso Sept 29 9Thf The Brit British Britlh Britlab +
+ lab steamer Laurel Branch has hasf hasbtclJ 4 4beeit
+ been lost off Stewart bay ba Twen Twentyeight Twentyelght +
+ tyeight of her pnw palWn ll5seflP5 ll5seflP5rc 1I > tf tfere m mreA
+ ere < reA rc were wet re saved ca I veal 11 The r rf rt 1t 1tfeared it 1 4 4feared
+ f feared werb loFt JOIta 4 +
+ a + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + > +
o wjr
authoritatively tthorttatiVelY in legal circles that John Johnt Johnt7iot JohnRochefeller
t Rockefeller operating through his hisrotber hisolbei
t7iot rotber William m and tira others tat settled edt edtfntJover the theSntrdversy thehiatroversy
< Sntrdversy y between the Harriman and andth andtaw andthe
taw th Keene Interests In the Unit Unkn n nand nandt1Iogthem and andSouthern andGutbern
Southern Pacific P cltlc companies and that the theending theor theing
ending ing of the litigation is only onl part of a aiBjevaJ aIhOftlDent aI
iBjevaJ I movement for the th improvement improvementJhe improvpmentIRock improvementthe
Jhe the Stock market Ddlrk t While hUe nothing nothtn can canM canbe canbe
be teamed in Cincinnati of the terma of ofthe oftlleftttle oftb
the tlleftttle tb rettlentent nt between w r the th contending contendinginterests contendtngJa contendingiMerests
interests Ja t8 it Is generally believed that thatthere thatthere
there 1 re has been such an agreement as to tosecure toefCU tosecure
secure efCU an harmonious management of the thecontrol thecoDtrol theeohtrol
control of the transcontinental trade of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the entire country countryANNUAL countryANNUAL countryANNUAL
ANNUAL MEETING MEETINGDirectors MEE MEETINGDlpctors ING INGI
Directors I of Oregon Hallway d Navi Navigation Navigation avi avigatien ¬
gation Company Bleoted BleotedPortland BlectedPortland
Portland Ore Sept 28 38T 20The The Oregon OregonRailway Oiontailway
Railway Navigation company held helditsannual helditsaunual
itsannual Ita aDnual meeting in this city today todayand todaysnd
and ci with the exception that James Jame H HHyde HHyde
Hyde of o New York was a8 elected to sue succeed suecoed ¬
reed Henry W Cannon there was no nochange no nocbance nochange
change in the directorate Tomorrow Tomorrowafternoon Tomorrowaternoon
afternoon the directors will U1 meet for forthe forthe r rtbe
the purpose urP08e of transacting tran such busi businecs bualnss
necs s as may come before them and to toIcct tolKt toct
Icct ct officers The following are the thedirectors theclrectors thedrectors
directors for the coming year yearE yearH
E H Harriman John C Ainsworth AinsworthHi
Hi 8 Benson W W Cotton William WilliamCrooks WilliamEroOks
Crooks W M Ladd A L Mills A I IMohler 140 LMottler
Mohler and H W Scott of Portland PortlandW
W L Bull William D Cornish James JamesB JamesHyde
B Hyde New York Winslow S Pi Pirce PirceRcwton Pircettston rce rceBoston
Boston ttston Otto H Kahn New Jersey and andMiles andIIUIt8 andtIes I
Miles tIes C Moore Walla Walla WallaThe WanaThe WallaThe
The executive committee will consist consistof con i t tof
of E H Harriman James H Hyde HydeW HydeW
W L Bull W D Cornish W S Pierce Pierceand Pierceand Pierceand
and O H Kahn KahnPresident KahnPYtsldtnt KahnPresident
President A L Hohler and the re remaining remalning ccmaIning ¬
maining officers will be reelected at to tomorrows to1IIf8rrows tomorrows ¬
morrows meeting meetingINDICTMENTS meetingI meetingINDICTMENTS
1IIf8rrows I
INDICTMENTS IGNORED IGNOSEDWilmington IGNOREDWilmington IGNOREDWilmington
I
Wilmington Sept 29 9The The grand Jury Jurytoday Jurytoday jurytoday
today announced that it iud t d decided to toIgVore totWIture I
IgVore th < bit against a anlt thc thne e charged chargedwlth chargedvlt1 I Ith
wlth th being concerned with the burning burningaithe hun hurningatthe n nft1de
aithe stake of George White hite the negro negrowho negNibo negrowho
who murdered Miss Bishop Bishopc
c cc o
SIX ix ROBBERS ROBBERSHOLD ROBBERSHOLD ROBBERSHOLD
HOLD UP SALOON SALOONRange
t
Range Ro R nge Sewn SevanMeR Men With Faces Fac s to tothe tothe tothe
the Wait Waitv WailSTRIKE
v t T t i iSTRIKE l lSTRIKE
STRIKE TWO SECURE 150 150SHgpKD 150t 150SBJND
t
SHgpKD S qpXD VISITATIOW V ON PLAGDB PLAGDBW1TJUJLJC PLACIIIw PLAQIWITLN
W1TJUJLJC w JJ SHORT THO THO4j rIX1i rIX1it rIX1iSi
4 t
4j l 4 robbers rob en all alilDUked masked and carrying carryingS carrytuCalked carryingguirn
Si S guns walked Into the Corianton CoriantonJ Corlantonaa1oon Coriantonaaloon
J saloon ltR 1 West W st South Temple Templestreet TempletNet Templestreet
street about 830 last evening and after aftercompelling afterca aftercotBpsthing
compelling ca seven mea who were in In the theplace tbepJa thepine
place at the time to face the wall with withtheir withtheir withtheir
their hands elevated appropriated all allthe allt allthe
the t money 7 to sight amounting to about aboutJtH abo1tIlL aboutp aboutBenJrkee
IlL IlLJleDJr1e p
JtHBen JleDJr1e Ben Jrfese etbe the proprietor attempted attemptedto
to resist but was promptly knocked knockeddown knockedclowa knockeddews
down with a blow from one of the high highwaymens bbwanaens highwaymens ¬
waymens guns Another man who was wasla wasI wasin
la I the place at the time turned slightly slightlyaround slightlyaround bUy bUyIOUDd
around while hUe one of the robbers was wasgoing wasgqilW
through the till and he too was wasgiven wasglvena wasgiven
given glvena a blow over the head with a re revolvef re reolve revolvei
volvef volvefThe volveiThe olve
olveThe The pollca had received Information Informationthat
that the aIr was to take place pIaceand pIaceandOOIcer and andOfficers andOiflcers
Officers Brown and Leaker were at the thesaloon theIoon
saloon Ioon about fifteen minutes before the thei theellttred thein
i men in entered thje place placeFhey plaeeJ placepley
< Fhey J made an In n examination and came cameuptown cameU caineuptO
uptown U and had been gone but a few fewmbratn feww1aeD fewiiatp
mbratn when the boWup utp p took place placeAbout placeA placeAb
About A Ab an hour later Officer Otoen ar arrested arrated arrested ¬
rested two men on First South street streeton street1IMIIIe streeten
on susntetoq 1IMIIIe that tba t they were robbers robbersi rebbersJIrM
i Otoe of the men n James Gordon was wasMentMM wasJdeaattat wasMentid
MentMM by the proprietor as one of ofi ofthe
i the 11 noldapa He B will l probably pro be held heldon Jaeldeft heldotith
on eft otith t the charge of robbery Nichols Mor MorKttn JlorB Morgen
gen the ether man arrested was not notideatmed not1cJeatI8ed notIdMMed
ideatmed but was held on suspicion pIctonTIN suepictonThe suspicionThe
The potto poll learned last evening that six sixm IIlxIn ix ixamused
m t amused moms reo In a First Southstreet Southstreetrosjprag South street ueetabOat streetrohig
rosjprag bo4ae souse about IM oclock o loek yester yesterday yectrad yestorday ¬
day morntag and these me melt are thought thoughtto
to he b theABcs the th JIee that held up the saloon saloonlaat a100nIaat saloonleaf
leaf sight lit Mai Morgan an n and fn4 Gordon were weretwo wereh weretwO4
h twO4 two efthe the men en and Aey Y with the other otherfowvare othErlouere othertovr
fowvare tovr are believed Mllev to be the gang ga that did didthe didtile didthe
the Job test evening event The house was wascarefully wascatCu1t7 waseatiofuhty
carefully watebed last night In hopes hopesthat hopestllat hopesthat
that the men might return but at an anearly anf8rly anearly
early hour b tIde morning Iac they tht y bad not ap apbM appeared atthe
peared
T1 bM Is the second 84Co c1 time within a few fewntbs fwDlO1 fewujonthe
DlO1 ujonthe nt ntbs that the sakxm has been h hold M up up1be upThe p pI
The other ttIIIe 110 great haul was de deO81Ii madeOcers
I OSlearc Get 1L Tip TipAbout TipAlaeut TipAut
About fclS li oclock last evening < Officers OfficersBrown OffteersBr OfficersBrn
Brown and 04 beaker called at the Corian Corianton Corianton Conanton ¬
ton saloon loon in response re to a tip that there therewa tbPreptnlrto therewes
wa going ptnlrto to be something doing < at the theplac thepla theplace
place pla last night > The premise were wereI werecrefdly werecarefully
I carefully examined e nfIIL but no suspicious suspiciouscharacters IJU8p1e101l8charaeter susp4eiOi5characters
characters were discovered pavered vere4 The pf officers officersleft pf fleece fleeceleft certI certIleft
left and were to return again In half an anhour anhour anhour
hour hourNot hourNot hourNot
Not more than fifteen minutes after afterwards afterwards afterwards ¬
wards as five men were standing at the theassistant thedrlnld thebar
bar drlnld dninkiug and the proprietor and an ansI8tant anaaeIstant
assistant were w conversing eoDvend i iof near the troIIt troIItof frQutof
of the place e two twoed masked men came camethrough camethro camethrough
through thro the tberear rear deer d IB an n Instant Instantthey Itantthey instantthey
they covered co the crowd with their guns gunsand IUDIIsuad gunsand
and commanded an to throw up their theirband theirbandit theirhands
band bandA bandit banditA
A second later three men burst through throughi t throughthe h hthe
i the front doors One of 4benwn th a tall talli tanh tallhusky
i husky h fellow with a eesPm M < n totce who whoi whoto whosoeiaed
i seemed to INK th tbaier tedr aeheot ae soithe the pro proprietor 10ptoi pgoprietci ¬
prietor by It tMt t cottar r aiff and srch4 him to toone toon toone
one on aide of the t room roomNow tDNoW roomNow
Now face f that wall end nd keep your yourhand YOUfNlI yourhands
hand NlI high commanded the robber as asb asthe aslziIed
sKlon sKlonThe = b lziIed Jerked the proprietor etOT roughly uch Into po posKlon po poThe P0The
The rest of you bu fellows get It t over here heretoo herttoo heretoo
too ordered the highwayman h yman as be befaced befa befaced
faced fa d the five men at tbe bar who stood stoodin IItoOdjn stoodin
in a lin he with their hands well in the air airKnocked airI airXnookgd Ir IrXnoak4Ml
Knocked Down and Kicked KickedAs XlekeclAs KickedAs
As As I he spoke the t proprietor turned partly partlyaround partlYlUttun4 partlyaround
around Like Like a flash Iu the leader dealt him hima bllDterrlfte
a terrific blow low over the head with his re revolver revohCl ccvoher ¬
volver dropipng C him to the tit floor oor with a athud athtid athud
thud As the man rolled over the robber robberkicked robbErkicked robberkicked
kicked him h and with an oath command commanded commandfdhlm ¬
ed fdhlm him to stand up which he did didThe didT1te didThe
The five men at the bar were marched marchedover marcbedov marchedover
over ov alongside of the proprietor and andwere andwere andwere
were made d to face the wall The seventh seventhman eventbmn seventhman
man who had been talking to the propri proprietor proprItor proWletor ¬
etor tor was wa also brought over and stepped steppedInto eteppedjnto steppedInto
Into line lineWhile lineWbUe lineWhile
While the seven 1IE n men stood side by side sidewith sidewltb sidewith
with their faces toward the wail and andtheir aDdtheir andtheir
their bands up four of the robbers went wentthrough wentthroucb wentthrough
through their pockets The leader gave gavehis gavehla gavehis
his attention to the t till looking up now nowand nowand nowand
and then to see that things were all right rightWhile rlgbtWhlle rightWhile
While being searched one of the men menwho menwoo menwho
who had been drinking considerably at attempted attlmptNl attempted ¬
tempted toturn to turn around He H was w struck struckover etrBckover struckover
over tilt head with a gun He promptly promptlyfaced prvmptlyfa promptlyfuced
faced fa < ed about and remained so until the therobbers therobbers therobbers
robbers left leftAfter leftAtttl leftAfter
After taking what money the tb e men had hadamounting hadlIIOUnting hadamounting
amounting to about 3 25 aad three threewatch th thwatth threewatches
watch watches and securing J5 126 l from the till tillthe tillthf tillthe
the robbers backed out outKeep outJtf outIteep
Keep Jtf ep your hands hI n ll up and dont look lookaround JooJraround lookaround
around or Ill hot your heads off ff ffthe was wasthe wasthe
the parting command of the leader as be bebacked bebIJ bebcked
backed bIJ ked slowly through the door doorPolice doorPolice doorPolice
Police Begin Search SearchAs
As soon as the robbers robbe < 1S left Ben en Fries Friesthe eI Primethe
the proprietor broke in the door of a abutcher abutcher abutcher
I butcher shop next door and telephoned telephonedtor
tor the police policeTbe ollcef policeThe
The f patrol wagon and three officers officerswere offtCflSwno officerswere
were quickly on the scene t1Cf E After ArtftgetUn ArtftgetUndriptJons getting gettingdetwriptlons gettingdescriptions
descriptions of the robbers robbt nI the tliepoUce ponce be began belIn beaLan ¬
aLan lIn a search It was learned from a man manwho manwhO manwho
who < pajssed tassnd th the saloon SH loon white tile robbery robberywas lObberywal robberywas
was going olnjt on that a n IoIrxn xtn hlgnwayman hlgnwaymanwas
was standing guard in front of tbe since
He did not enter tr the KB saloon loon at an a but batwas buta butwas
was a left outside to o keep a lookout for forofflceis forofncls forofficers
officers offlceisTte ofnclsrIM officersTip I
rIM Tip patrolmen raatr hDtn hnen all over the city were weregiven wereghiJa weregiven
given deecriptibms of the men and in instructed 11Istruct4d Inatcucted ¬
structed to bring in any auspiciouslookJ auspiciouslookJing uspictolookin
ing in characters that bore any resemblance resemblanceto
to the robbers robbersAbout ro roAbout robbersAbout
About an hour later Officer Olsen Otaenstopped OlsenstOpped Olsenstopped
stopped two men on First i llIIt Sofitb t street streetand IItrettand streetand
and brought t them to the station a While Whilethey Wldletbe Whilethey
they tbe were being beln searched Proprietor ProprietorFriece ProprietorFrlttle ProprietorFriese
Friece came in and alter glancing at atGordon atOodon 1t 1tGordon
Gordon aid aaidTour aidYour saidYour
Your the man manGordon manGordon n nGordon
Gordon pretended ignorance of the af affair a afair f ffair ¬
fair but Frtose declared h he was positive positivethat posit positivethat he her
that Gordon was one of the t highwaymen highwaymenwouldnt highwaymenI m mthere
r 1t 1tt 1tI if
I wouldnt d swear cn cnb that b this I fellow was wasthere wasthere
there said Id he pointing to Gordons Gordonscompanion Gordonsmpanlon Gordonscompanion
companion but I can tell this fellow by
hte hl clothes clothesThe ClothesIbe clothesrho
The men had considerable silver in their theirpockets theirpoeket8 theirpockets
pockets and a number of nickels and anddlmea anddbne8 anddimes
dimes which the th officers firmly tlrml believe believois
is part of the t money taken from the sa saloon saloon saloon ¬
loon loonRed
Bed Handkerchief ercbief as Mask XaskGordon Xa MaskGordon k kGordun
Gordon is a short dark complexioned complexionedfellow eosnplexiuncfellow Cemplexioneltallow
fellow about 25 t years Eara of age He wore a ablack ablack ablack
black suit of clothes and a black slouch slouchhat sloucht slOUilhat
hat In one of his pockets was found n nPteprletor a ared ared
red bandanna = handkerchief t which the theproprietor theproprietor h
proprietor of the saloon loon declares d laretJI he h wore woreover woreOe woreover
over his face as a mask When the or oftloer orUOtr ortioc
tloer began bl an to search Gordon the prisoner prisonerput prisonerput prisonerput
put up pta wings 81I in true jailbird style styleThe 8tyleThe styleThe
The two men who were assaulted dufuij durlJ1 durtnthe
the robbery were not seriously Injure
but both received painful scalp wounds
The other men wjw w wto were Ip UH Mace at
the time U ae wHl be called In te look at Gor Gortton Gorton GorLIon
ton this morning If he can be identified Identm d
by any ay of the men a complaint will be beaworn besworn besworn
sworn to charging l him with robbery robberyElyria robber robberywo
10 Dn IRDICTXT IRDICTXTElyria ICTIEiT ICTIEiTElyril
Elyria b Sept 29 9The The grand jury Jurvhas juryhas
has been investigating inve tipting the Kichliu Kichliumurder Richliumurdel Richitumurder
murder today and reported no indict indictment IncUctment indictment ¬
ment
a 1 1ROBS
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+ +
+ ROBS THIEF AT BAY BAYOttumwa DAYOtta 4
4 4
4 Ottumwa la Ia8eptl Sept 2 ztAtter ztAtterelu41Dg 21Aftereluding After + t ti
i + f eluding posses for twentyfour twentyfourhoul1l 4 4t f fhours
t hours an unknown horse thief thiefi tblefIIIspeeted +
i + suspected of being the Missouri Missourif Ii l1Oun l1Ounbank 4
4 f bank robber is holding at bay ay a apo aJ apOsse +
+ po J sc of nearly 200 in the heavy heavyf heavyJ1d +
4 f tvoodfe J1d twenty miles southeast of ofthis ofthis 4 4this
> this city cityt cityl 4 t
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SON ALONE WITH WITHMRS WITHMRS WITHMRSIBRADLEV
MRS MRSIBRADLEV MRSIBRADLEVApars BRADLEY BRADLEYAppears BRADLEYAppears
Appears in Court Wittaut Coun Counsel Counsej CunseI ¬
sel or 0 r Friends FriendsENTERS F Friei daHLt daHLENTERS
t 4 4ENTERS
ENTERS PLEA OF GUILTY GUILTYSSSBSTAJDOR GUILTYt GUILTYBXsmr
4 4xsBr51OR t
SSSBSTAJDOR BXsmr cm BBOWM BlWWlrA uoWr BBCnjEOM BBCnjEOMCCOMPANTBD UCT3 UCT3A
A OOJrTIJrtJAJfaJI OOJrTIJrtJAJfaJII OOJrTIJrtJAJfaJIACCOMPANIBD
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A CCOMPANTBD only by b b herOaK herOaK80n her r yetttg yetttgson youngson
ACCOMPANIBD son Arthur Mrs Anna M Brad Bradley Bradle7 Brdhey
hey appeared yesterday morning morningbefore lIIOrnlnbefore inornInbefore
before Judge Charles W Morse Morse1 th thcriminal the thecriminal thecriminal
criminal division dtv lon of the district court courtand cotand COtUtand
and pleaded guilty gt lt to two information informationsfiled informationftled
filed against her by District Attorney AttorneyDennis Attor AttorneYDennis y yDennis
Dennis C Eleanor charging her with withcriminal withcriminal withcriminal
criminal intimacy IntllD8c7n on two occasions occasionswith oeeaaionslth OecOu15with
with lth former United State Senator Ar Arthur Arthur Arthur ¬
thur Brown Bro She pleaded pl aded to t the infor iDtorinaUons 1nformatlons informations ¬
mations at 10 oclock in the morning morningNeither mondDgNeither morningNeither
Neither counsel nor friends were at atMr atMrside her herside herside
side sideAt
At 2 oclock in the afternoon o sur surrounded aurrounded surrounded ¬
rounded by b counsel Arthur Artharmade Brown Brownmade C Cmade
made a motion to kave Vert his Jaiaeaa ease COB COBtinued atlnued enatinued
tinued tinuedMonday tlnuedMonday tinuedMonday
Monday Oct 5 Mrs Bradley will willthrow willthrow willthrow
throw herself upon the mercy of tb tbcourt the tbecourt thecourt
court when she appears before Jvflge JvflgeMorse J JMorse Ju4tMorse
Morse for sentence The second day dayafter cIa3aftpr dayafter
after Wednesday ay Oct 7 Senator SenatorBrowns 8eaatorBrowns SenatorBrowns
Browns attorneys if the present t pro programme pr0gramme piogramme
gramme is carried ca catTled out willattack wIII attack on ontechnical 011tedlnlcal ontechnical
technical grounds the informationi informationiagainst Int ItIfOSmtIOIIIagaInst llD Oltasalnst
against him and ask the court 1Irt to tomiss dis dismiss is ismiss
miss them themA
A few minutes before 10 oclockyes oclockyesterday oclockYterday oclock yes yesterday ¬
terday morning Mrs r Bradley entered enteredthe entere4the enteredthe
the court room She was attired to SatongtraJJJed a alongtrained alongtrained
longtrained silk dress over which wlalclawore sw swwore ahu ahuwore
wore a silk coat Her face was coy covered coyered oV oVered ¬
ered with a white veil which whlelal whlelalsbut securely aeeureljshut securelyshut
shut off her features tea ne8 from the uaeVIeW view of oftbp ofthe < M Mthe
the 140 1 spectators She was accompanied ae accompanied accompa ompenled ¬
nied by It her son lIOn a mere bit of a boy boywho bowho boywho
who looked mannish In n his smart smartclothes muarlclothes r1 r1clothea
clothes and d light tan overcoat and andwhose andwboee andwhose
whose face bore a striking resemblance resemblanceto ftMIDbuto <
to Arthur Brown Too young to appre appreciate appreciate appreelate ¬
ciate the gravity vtty of the proceedings proceedingshe P Phe
he apparently enjoyed the novelty of oithe ofthe ofthe
the situation because 1 of the commotion commotionin
in the court room and knots of people peopUwho peopleWoo peoplewho
who eyed him and his mother as they theyentered tbe tbeentered theyentered
entered and left the presence preae ce of th thjudge the theJudlre thejudge
judge judgeThere judgeThere
JudlreTheft
There were no traces of emotion or orvisibi orvJsi orvIibt
visibi vJsi signs of weakening kentne on the part partof prrrtof partof
of Mrs Bradley Bra411e when she faced ced th thbar the thebar thebar
bar of justice and ere elt cc she left th throom the tbeIIIOm theroom
room there t were many quiet cadletlIfons expres expressions expsesalone ¬
alone of sympathy on the part of those thosepresent tboMPIftIeDt thosepresent
present presentFour PIftIeDtFour presentFour
Four hours later when the case CMtbe ot otthe olthe
the exsenator was called he did not notstand lOtstand notstand
stand up and plead guilty as did dklt1M dklt1Mwoman th thwoman the thewoman
woman before him He slipped farther fartherthan fartherthan t tthan
than usual down into Into1II8 his chair when whenhis whenhis
his name was called and let his hi attor attorneys attorneys tto ttoneys ¬
neys plead in his behalf Only once oncedid oacedId oucedid
did he speak and that was whan w he hefurthered hefurthered befurthered
furthered the be arguments of his attor attorneys attonneys ttor ttorneys
neys for an extension of time in which whichj
j to give them an opportunity to ted tedflaw 3 3ftaw aflaw
flaw in the papers papersJfjx papersJL 4 4MxS
Jfjx Bradley elley Sits Lions AJonaWueu A1e A1eWbeD LionsWhen
When Mnsv Btadtsy alay alayTtOm 1JI eufeeied tlsf tlsfroom 4
room she took a seat on the thewhich bE bEwhich
which dcl1 Is usually reserved re far witness wI wIand w4tssand witnessand
and attorneys Next to her sat t an anaged analed anaged
aged man and woman who were inter interested IDterested Interested ¬
ested in another case soon to come up upWhen upWhen upWhen
When Mrs Bradley sat down they in involuntarily involuntarily involuntarily ¬
voluntarily moved a little to one side sideAs aideAs sideAs
As soon as the minutes of the ourt courthad ourtbad ourthad
had been read and signed Judge lUCl Moms Momecalled Momscalled orM orMcalled
called the Bradley case Instantly InstantlyJudge In InJud instantlyJudge
Judge < e William H HXlng King rose to his feet feetHe teetBe ttHe
He said that he was not interested in inthe Inthe Inthe
the case at bar but inasmuch as the thedefendant thedefenda1t thedefendaat
defendant and Senator Browa were werejointly werejojntly werejointly
jointly interested in the informations informationsfiled
filed he suggested that t the arraign arraignment arraiIrnmeDt arraignmost ¬
most go over until 2 oclock When he hehad behad hehad
had taken his seat Judge Morse asked askedIs
Is Mrs Bradley in court courtYes courtYes 7 7Yee
Yes sir was the instant reply repl of ofthe 0tM 0 0the
the little woman as she he arose from her herseat hel8Eat herseat
seat and advanced towards the table tablebefore tablebefore tablebefore
before which sat a number of attorneys attorneyswaiting attol1l8nwaitInK attorneyswaiting
waiting for their cases to come Up UpIn UpIn upIn
In an instant every eye in the court courtroom courtroom courtroom
room was aa directed towards her With Without Wjthout Without ¬
out any risible signs of agitation D or ex excitement excitement cxcitement ¬
citement she stood before beto the court courtwith COIIJtwftb courtwith
with her back to the expectant crowd crowdawaiting crowdawaiting crowdawaiting
awaiting the next interrogation of the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court courtHave
courtHave
Have you an attorney present presentasked IetIeAtked presentasked
asked ked Judge Morse MorseI
I do not know whether my attorney attorneyis
is here or not answered a Mrs Brad Bradley radlley BradIcy ¬
Icy without a tremor in her l voice H Hwas 1Ie 1Iewa Hewas
was wa to have been here hereThen hereThen hereThen
Then followed a moments stteqcA stteqcAduring uqcedut1ng ailoqceduring
during which the court gave her at attorneyMf ata attbrney
torneyMf a tbrney rne if he were present pre ent an oppor opportunity opportunity opportunity ¬
tunity to address his honor nor Inasmuch Inasmuchas
as no attorney attorDe came to the relief sC the thewoman thewoman thewoman
woman Judge Morse asked her herDo herDo
Do you desire to postpone your ar arraignment arralpment ftcralgnment ¬
raignment until this afternoon afternoonNo afternOOl1uNo
uNo No sir I am ready to be arraigned arraignednow
now answered the woman adding addingI
I prefer to be arraigned at this time
Is
The court then directed Deputy DeputyCounty DepIItyCounty DeputyCounty
County Clerk Buckwater to read the theinformation theInlormatlon theinformation
information against Mrs Bradley Be Before Before Before ¬
fore be began upon it the woman ad advanced advanced advanced ¬
vanced to the end of the table set apart apartfor apartfor apartfor
for attorneys trying cases With her hereyes bereyes hereyes
eyes fixed steadfastly upon either Clerk ClericBuckwalter ClerkBuckwalter ClerkBuckwalter
Buckwalter or the court Mrs Bradley Bradleyunflinchingly Bradleyunflinchingly Bradleyunflinchingly
unflinchingly listened to the public ac accusation acccsation accesation ¬
cusation When the clerk had con concluded concluded coneluded ¬
cluded Judge Morse said to the defend defendant defendant defendant ¬
ant antMrs Mrs Mr Bradley do you tou ou desire de lre to enter enteryour enteryour enteryour
your plea at this time timer
I am ready to plead was the in instant Instant Instant ¬
stant response r And the woman shifted shiftedfrom aJdftedfrom sblftedfrom
from one foot to the other and Dd laid laiione lal1one laidone
one of hef whitegloved hands upon the thetable thetable thetable
table before her herYou herYou herYou
You have heard the information informationread Intor1lltloread
read said the court < what isyour isyourpiea is your 70urp yourplea
plea p ea guilty or not guilty guiltyGuilty gul1tyGuilty guiltyGuilty
Guilty was wa the instant and firm firmreply firmreply lIrmreply
reply of the woman womanThe womanThe omanThe
The clerk will then hand you ou a copy copyof cop copof < op opot
of the information for your own per perusal perusal perusal ¬
usal said the court courtWhen courtWben courtWhen
When thf th document had had been handed handedto
to her Mrs Bradley returned to her herseat lit heneat I Ieat
seat alongside her son followed by byevery byeer byevery
every eer eye in the court room roomDistrict roomDistrict roomDistrict
District Attorney Eichnor then called calledthe cal111the cailelthe
the courts attention to the second In Information Information information ¬
formation against Mrs Bradley Ho Homade 1Ifmade liemade
made the suggestion that t she plead to toit tfJit toit
it at that time Thereupon Thereunonthe the san sanformalities saml samlformalities saniformalities
formalities vere ere gone one through with a asecond alIond ascond
second time tiT After receiving A copy of ofthe orthe rl rlthe
the second charge Mrs Bradley again againtook againtook agaitatiOk
took hit seat tightly clutching th thpteces tht thtpieces t tpieces
pieces of papers In her gloved right righthand righthand t thand
hand handIt
It was at that junrturo that Juris JurisKing JudgKing Jud JudKing
King again mentioned the fact t ct that h hwas 11was hwas
was not interested in tin til case ale befor beforethe beforthe beforthe
the court and started M t make some somesuggestion son1f8ggestion sornstggestiofl
suggestion when the court out Interrupted Interruptedhim
him long enough f nou h to siy y that he > wouH wouHpass woulipass cul culpass
pass sentence upon Mrs Bradley Mon Monday of Monday OI OIday ¬
day morning at 10 oclock He add add1 add1that addlthat t tthat
that the th defendant deffn ant was cS under sufficirrr sufficirrrbonds sumcinbonds snlltcicnbonds
bonds to insure her attendance in incourt 11court Incourt
court at that time timeMr timeMr
Mr 1 Rrndley thru left 1t > ft t 1w tt v c CvItI cr crtu1 < v vuuiii >
uuiii tu1 vItI ompanied L1 panted hy h hrr r > o 01 c > v vrott o otrnttlld Onttd
trnttlld rott nttd d along after her in au uiioon Dn

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