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iftts Marten by Effective
WILMOT IS Bit HARD
bldera Find Him for 12
tittte is First That Wllmot Hk
rLoat ia Wek Lotshaw Makci
MJtettJAtch -Other Features.
' "(BY PUA.NIC A. WCOLSOX)
firework, July 10 It was Peggy
Moore1, the elongated twlrler of ttio
Jtffijderft aggregation who put the
b'ugi on the Marlonltes tor Hie seo
d time at Wehrl park. His excel
iwit work tlbttouraged the strenuous
efforts of the visitors to annex the
i'arfle to their percentage eolumii
ami It wok liln riiiRglnl? team ninths
fffu put enough scores across the
rufcber .to put him well In tho
cleat and assure the Molders u
..This game, like the first of the
cerles, gavo every spectator on tho
groUhd1 his full imoney's worth ami
ibU squeals of delight from the
fhroats of tho three or four hun
dred fair fan must have sounded
good In the ears of the- vanquished
ball players as well an the victor!,
Tto tmo that tho errors of t!ie
visitors assisted materlnlly In the
inn getting of tho MoMers but then
the locals were up on their toes
from lie very moment Unvps Hnndl
lio e called time.
llg- illughey Tato did not annex
our hlls In this game, nor thrw
lior two, m?r yet even one. In fnc',
iot a Mnrlonlto could-fathom Ills de
livery for more than onb wifely and
thefie did not cOmo until arter the
Just fifteen men faced Moor
dujrJrr the first five frames and
i)l4jt- dumped the ball to the In.
field only to fltid It a lcugth or two
aheiul of them at the- prayer meet.
ngYcorner when they Bteppml acrom
Oycll'A well guarded goal.
l It, might alho be mentioned
fosslng that Frank G-ygll blasted
the hopH of a rMarlon runner mom
than once, by cleverly picking up
o;it of the dust u poorly heaved ball
or stabbing One that wat well on
Jt,tiiwa'y to the bleachers back or tno
?5lP .Smith wus guilty of making
aDtijile. of-bad throws ami others
ojplhe infield might have doho bet
ter. Hut these were torgotten when
Ufa' smoothed tilings over and sent
tluj. runnertf back with a look ot
clugrjn on thHr faces. ,
.Xefty Snyder was among those
present. Voung Anderson realizes
Aii for htf narrowly escaped a tag
King at second when Snyder Jielij
eji hilt drlyft to the left field fence
and Ih'rw to Wratten so well that
It-was a mighty close declHlon for
Andy nt cecoud.
Sir. Lotshaw, who capered
ttrpuntl the Infield In the Wed
iie.i'day affair cut up the outfield
ftlth his spikes in the bout yester
day and Jio'pullel down a high fly
that any neb ruspectlhg person
outside of the penitentiary would
Ks,yc allowed to fall ou the
ground, Hut then the ladleB were
there and 'YImly was after hla
chore- of their applause.
JWhea It oomes to remarks about
it,by hitting department, the names
of Snyder, tYratten and Murray
loom up In the spot light und Scot-tie-
Winters was there too with a
bfdilo t-hat helied with tho last
Irfo of tallies that put Xewark on
J As htis been stated beforo, thcro
Was nothing dolni; for Marlon uu.
til the sixth. Then for one brier
Inningf the Molders breathed tho
tone from a fojgh altitude,
, Anderson's double to 'the left
feld barricade was tho starting
fceru, Luskoy followed by dropping
one, In front of Abbott, who tried
hard but foiled. Wtlmot got away
With a (.acrlfleo and Farrell's long
fly dropped In Abbott's game bag
Larue walked, not Intentionally
underntand but because Moore was
Jfj'fng for tho corners anl Umps
Cllandlboe couldn't seo them at all.
ppay drove a low ono Into cener
ftkd Abbott tried to pick It up pff
Ji'fa toes but fumbled and two runs
mi 75 CEDAR POINT
Jl HOUND KELLY'S ISLAND
TM T,r!. LAKESIDE.
ut-in-By -7- $2.
'Wednesdays and Sundays.
Fjr particulars consplt Tick
's t Agent KNAUKR,
In tlio seventh'. With one out Lot
shaw singled and went to third on
Winters' pass, his only wobb!eWhcn
Anderson dumped ono down to
Smith Windy tried for the rubber
but Andy was caucht at first and
ayll nipped the Marlon scoro
with a beautiful peg to tho plate.
Farrell did send a triple to left
field after two were down In the
eighth but It counted for naught
for IjiRuc took one In the rllw and
iMl'tcr O'Day whlfcd thrice and
Wratten's single In the third was
the signal for Newark's first coun
ter. .He was out at second on
WInter'n bunt to Wllmot. Fcottle
stole and went to third on Lus
key's error and cored on Snyder's
hit after Smith had walked.
Afooro was hit on the shoulder
and went out. at second on Smith's
ground ball to Anderson. Smith toolt
econd and, third on Tate's only
prior nnd scored on Locked hit.
Abbott was thrown , out at tho
plate by Jvotshaw trying to count
on Locke's single
It was the sixth that made al
present take notice. Murray opened
With Jl Rlnifle. U'ntlfn t n..l ..
bunt and Winters piit a hot one to
0'J)ay, which that worth yfpozled
and allowed Uirray to score. Mdoro,
popped a -high onei to O'Da'y." Smith
singled and Wratten came home.
bnyder Squeezed Winers nernna
Scottle slldltig In under Luskey,
wno tmi frantically to stall him
with the Kail.
The rest of the' game was quiet
and unpretentlons, the Newark
bunch belnir satisfied wiiii m.mk
afternoon's work. The score;
All It II J0 A E
wraith, 3b 4 i n 4
Snyder, If i n 3 I 0 0
Abbott, cf 3 0 0 2 0 0
dysiii lb 3 o o in a o
Locke, rf 3 o l (i o u
.Murray, 2b .... 4 1
Wratten, ss .... 4 l
U'lntres, c .... 4 2
Moore, p ...'.'.', 3 0
2 2 4 0
3 0 i; 0
1 K 0 (I
Totals 32 fi 12 27 18 (I
All It II PO A K
Farrell, cf l 0 l l 0
Uhie, 3b 2 0 0 0 n 0
O'Day, ss 4 0 1 G 4 l
Tate, lb 4 0 0 10 n i
Ketter, rf 4 0 0 l o u
Lolshaw, If .... 4 0 1 2 1 0
Anderson, 2b . . 3 ' 1 1 0 3 u
Luskey, c :i i i 4 i
Wllmot, p 2 0 0 0 4 0
30 2 G 24 13 4
Newark 00101300 x 5
Marlon 00000200 02
Two base liltAnderson.
Three base hlt-Farrell
Struck out Hy LMoore 4; Wllmot,
Bakes on ball Off Moore 1; off
Double' plays Smith to Gygll to
Winters, Anderson to 0'Iay to Tate.
Passed balls Winters.
Hit hy pitcher Larue, Moore.
Stolen bases Larue, Abbott, win.
Sacrifice hits Wllmot, Abbott.
At tendance 1,000
Time of game 1.45,
NOTES OF TUB OAMl'
O'Day played a magnificent gnmd
at short mid electrified the crowd,
several tlme.8 by . his stops and
thrown. He had eleven chance .with
but ono error,. that being on an easy
roller wWcU took, a had Jigp,.
Windy Louhaw made all of the
W- tor V2 ot V .
n m, " ' akQ ,vi j " m
fans come hk way when
tured that fly In left.
O'llay tried another shift today
when ho sent Lotshaw to left and
put Anderson oil second. The little
catcher played a good gnmo around
tho second sack and will probably
lemaln thcro until Wilson gets hack
Into the game.
Neither Tate nor Ketter could do
anything1 wl(h Moore's delivery, a
sure sign that the big pitcher was
throw! nl? borne.
Wllmot lost hi first game yes
terday since tho team wki at Ports
mdtllh several weeks ago.
Today the. Diggers and Molders
will play a double header, Itrown
will work In the flrnt gnmo and
Lucnif fn the second.
Tomorrow the Diggers return
heio for a threo game series with
Portsmouth. Mickey Morgan the
now thrower will be on the firing
llhfr for Hid Diggers.
pitch mid Itrown
Is scheduled to
will work again
A loNg drawn out contest
Loult Amiritani Win a 12-lnnlng
Cam In PhlUdilphl.
sundinu or tut Clubs.
., Yi.n.. l.olt
Detroit 4 t.it SO
St, t.onln .,.., 3 .it
Oltvrl&hd t... 40 Ti
CbUaBO , U a
llllUdlJlllH td J4
Uwston , ,..2U )0
V4 tiling ten ....,.'.'
Niw ti-rk S7 40
'olloulns ui Thtirr.'Av'a corn!
At Doiton Cktrland 4. BuaIoii
riirth, CUike, BemU; 'tinr, lliircliell.
At W'aKlilnetoii Milraio L, U'avliliiRton
S. U'lillt, fiulllvur, .loliriMon, Rl' l.
At Km' Vois n'iioit lo. .New roik s.
fiiiliiiiicrt Wlljalts. rtcl.mldt; Oith. Man
A l I'lillirtUphU-, St. LouU J, Philadel
phia 3- 1 i fnnliiKa. 1'owall, psncr;
Plank, Vlcl-erdj flrtitth.
. fclklldlllB lit III. rillLk.
. Won. l.ot.
ri)lc3P. ..... ii
Pltiiburit a :io
New VcrK m ti io
Cincinnati,., ; ,.38 ZC
I'liiiadfiniita no a
uorton 2 'i to
Ht. I.oulft , ,t.;g u
Utooklyii ..1 2iJ 41
Fillawlnit niA ThiiiAinv' e.vrpi
At I'ltlablitk MilLilnlphlH i. Plthhnri
" Mcieii, lljcIiU, H..0I11; .Mudilc, nib
ion. t liltnro (hw.jiijn a. f'liltacn 4-ift
niiliiMi-, ItiiclitTr Bnfin, ITclilei
limn, .Mora 11.
At L'lnclniiatl Nw Votlt , fl'iclnnat
I. Mttllivtrmn, lil",nalHii; Coal.ln).
At t. ISiidfi'--liorttii H. Hi. Milli 1',
Mot'iii tbi. Hinlili. Kromini-, Knrifer
91 COLUMBUS AND RETURN SI
The C. D. & M. niakw a special
rate of one- dollar to Columbus and
return on Sundays. First car leaves
Marlon, C a, m.; last car leaves Co
umbus, 7:30 p. m.
Try the Mirr watit column.
. to"1frrH ' 1
O'DAY SIGNS BIG PITCHER; -WILL
WORK HERE TOMORROW
i.iWarltp ,f, iO (Special m rno
Mirror) younger O'Day, the Jiust
11 1,1; trader- or the. Diggers, ha
taken on- a new twlrler, who If he
Is as good. as he looks should burji
up tho Ohio Mate league, Tho new
man la Mlfckey Morgan, a big raw
boiied Irishman with smoke to burn,
n good rurve and a cross fire de
livery. Morgan lives on tho out
skirts Of Columbus anil Is RRlil in
.uaVe. .pitched soma romarkabllbase'-
Mil. dlSto, jtibV,
EUROPEAN PAUPER PRINCES
Instances In Which Title Are a Men
aco io,xne uwner.
Titles'lire not nearly sd valuable an
asset as Americans are inclined to
BuoDone. A studv of the curious nbas-
es of life In eastern and central
rop'j would reveal some astonishing
facts concerning tho degradation of
royalty, In many parts of Europo
the rathers title 13 mnerueu uy an
his children, and there ate said to be
many villages in Austria, Poland and
i.,i i ,. i, ii ty.n. ....ni. nrA
IttiBsIa In which all the peasants aro
legitimately descended from some
princely ancestor. Thoy are legally
described as "prince" in all official
documents, and on leaving their
homes many of these peasant princes
find themselves greatly handicapped
by the burden of a high-sounding title.
Unfortunately, however, thoy cannot
get rid ot their titles, and are driven
to the expedient ofv trying to conceal
their exigence, la this they are not
often successful, for by the bollco
regulations ,no employe can bo en-
A ...ll.,. U1,,l. hlr. .nnnr."
t,UKii nullum u,iifT...i i.c im,.w. ,
in which thoJrankf(apa and; occupation
urn fttnloit Tllf. .enon thnt ililes
nrnvn a hYnilrth .to the Deisant IBi1"1"'1"' P 3 2
afflicted is that fewipebpie aro Willing
to ungage a workman. oMegally far
oiit a job, nnd as'ofteu as he' secures
Ono the production of his "papers''
la apt to end tho engagement
The Royal Color.
Purplo'bas dlwajn been considered
the royal color. -TUo HI fated Charles
I. was, however, aV'hils own desire,
crowned in u robe, of white. Although
he was seriously reminded that ot the
Iwo exceptions to this rule, Richard
IL aud Henry VI. who- wort white
satin rolioa at their coronations; both
had come to a violent end, one, at
Pontefract castle and Ono iu the
Tower, Charles 1. was resolute In Ills
decision, aud, when, twenty-throo
years afterward, utmost to a day, his
body was conveyed to its gravo
through a heavy snowstorm, tho m
persUUous could not help remarking
that the thlid "white king" had suf
fered a violent death.
How Paris Got IW Name,
The city of Pails owes Its origin to
tho conquest of Qaul by Caesar. When
conquest came to the present alia of
the French Capital, he' found a
swampy Island In tTie river Seine,
which was Inhabited by a Gallic tribe
called Parlsll, who lived in huts made
Of rushes. Rather than be captured
by tho Rotrians, these people burned
IiaIp niH Miv whlrti tliev called
Lutetla, or "mud town" and the great
Caesar, qulclf to appreciate the situa
tion, built a temple to Juplte and a
wall round the island. A town soon
fcprang up about the temple, and won
named Parlsll, after the ancient tribe.
In later years this .was shorteueu to
ball, Several other managers In tit
Ohio Statu league have been after
Mnrmin h..t (Vnnv l.nnt t.hm try
him. If Morgan b control, and
those who havp watched 1,1m, work
Hr ihhK J i.n. ..ii wii tinthintr
height""' Wf4f tW iWlltB to
. VatWTeV Btoted tU B ?T' MIVNRFICIJD, 4: PORTrOUTH. 2.
ng t tho Mirror correanondeiJt that , Manif,e,Jt ,my o.-iansfled
ho will nee Moifan Saturday , at btmohed hltji on .Aflllcr In tho second
Marlop In- tho' first' game of t'and seventh while Portsmouth 'could
Portsmouth series. ,
16, lftoa, ' ;
Justus Wih.Flr8tGnd Fox
is It in Second.
T1GEKS WIN WITH EASE
i l-'TT rt ' (
Bunch Hits on Miller in Seo
i. ond nd Eigth.
Yesterdays Result Brlags Lattcas.
ter but Oae Half a Game Hearer
J10W TI1B CLUB1 STAND.
Nfarldn ! 47
Marlon at Newark.
Lima at; iAncaster;
Portsmouth at Mansfield.
. YE3TBRDAY'S RESULTS.
Newark, fi; Marlon, 2.
TAneastert 1; Lima, f).
Mraa, G; Itncator 0; 7 Innings.
iMnnsflold, 4; Portsmouth, 2.
UMNCUffTER, 1; LIMA, 0.
I Lancaster, July O.-Tho Iuinks
broke even In a. donbleheader today
Wlth the Itamcatcrs by winning tho
Eu-tf'rst game nnd being shut out by
ono-slded score In tho second eon-
test. .Tustiw had the visitors nt hlsi
'mercy and they .could not hit when a
('eio uun. mini meaiiL runs, tno
batting or 13. Rellley was a feature.
,Scanlon. who pitched tho second gnmo
for tin Tjitiin mu vnAi.1,0,1 in nit
for tho Links, was knocked to all
..a r ..A'w ..,m v . ..
: r;r:r .Znn ;
catch of a long fly nfter n hard run.
',... ,. . n
."' f " 'j "
m 1 J
I ""; ' " 1 ?
""7.S1"?"' B Z
";:, , : "
,CalbOUn, 1 0 0
All II PO A E
1 3 1
uW " 3 15
I'' 2 0 15
Totals 25 5 27 13 1
AB II PO A R
ink, 2b 4 1
iridfiiy,' Ah A 0
.flarvey. If 3
Foutz. rf 3
JKahl, ss 4
Sykes, fU 4
jRllly, m 4
Wefeau, o ?... 3
Miller, p 3
Totals 32 7 24,13 3
Lancaster 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 1
Lima 0000 00 00 00
Hun Calhoun. Sacrifice hit Elch
burgcr. Stolen bases Humphrey,
Calhoun. Two base hlt Kahl 2.
First base on balls Off .TuntiiK, 4;
off Miller, 4 Struck out dly Junius
13: "by Miller. 7. Wild pitch-Miller.
Hit .by pltclier Fox, Brown t Time
1:50 Umpire illart.
hniiK, 5; LANCASTER, o.
All If PO A K
Brown, 2b .1 0 3 3 0
i 'ilcbere,r m 2 2
"pller 3" 3 0 2
Humphreys, 3 0 0
ic1a,7eT' ", 3 " 1
;Calhoun, 1 3 0 3
rj;0"1?' lb 3 J 8
Fox- c ..,..., 2 0 2
.ficanbn, p 2 1 0
Totals 24 2 21 8 1
AB HPO A R
Pink, 2b f 4 1 0 1 0
Lindsay, 3b ..42 1 1 0
Oarvey, If 4 2 i! 0 0
Foutz, rf 0 1 0 0 0
Kahl, sa .., 4 X 1 2 0
flvkeii. lh 2 n n ft 1
'.. Rellly, m ...... k .... a 2 2 0 0
(kN'efeau, c ,.. 3 13 3 0
Fox, p,,..... 2 0 0 2 0
Totals .... 29 10 21 7 1
Lancaster ,..0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Lima ....i 0 0 2 110 1 fi
iHuns-jflnk, Llndxay 2f Kahl, Xe
feau Sicrlfice hits Nefeau, Fox. Stol
on, bases Lindsay, Foutz. Two baso
hits .Lindsay, Fink, Garvey, First
,BP " balls-Off ScanlOn, I. Struck
I '" Scanlon. 2; by I)x. 3, Don.
f enI,,r?,rQWnTrIt(0,05;' "crt
ball-Nefeau . Hit by pltcher-Sykos.
Umpire Hart, At-
, nothing with Lloyd until tho ninth,
Ua Tbltfci fr nS fodfcxiio tlie quality fMe-blX Kcieiua, Acme, Tetter
piftprcsfrosMefl, cr'liptibns, etc., shbtt thit stkd tTRlilaltky kunlor or acid f
impurity Is dlRcasIng1 atid corrupting- the circulation, Mi that instead I flf
supplying lionrishnient and strcufftU to tlie fine, delicate tiwuKs of, the sliife)
it is continually pouring oitt its acrid and .unhealthy acciiitiulafionp.
Kxtcrrial, applications of salves, washes, lotions, ete.itnayinsJieve solnti of
tliejtching; and other discomfort caused by skin troublefl.'rtnd for. this reanoh
shoiitd be used) but such treatment cannot reach tlie JniHtooladta blood;
and therefore canttot etire. A thorough clcatistug of the.blosd iftttjeonfy
cute for skin diseases. S. S. S.. a purdly vegetable prcparatlsH, itle bet
and quickest remedy. It goes down into the circulatiott and neutralism
add removes the acids, impurities and humors, thoroughly purlnea-(tk
:ircUtktio'U and permanently cures skin diseases of every kind. WU4&
S. S. Sottas driveii the huiiiors and impurities from the blood, and cooled
and cleansed the ncid-heated circulation, every symptom passes away, the
skirt is again nodrished with rich, Healthful blood and the trouble cured, as
the cause lini been reuloved. Book on skin diseases und nity medical advice
(rte to all ko tytlte. JHE SWIFT 'SPECIFIC CO.. AT?LAlfaA, O
hut five balls bcliiJ knocked to the
oii field. Setirc;
AB II PO A H
lewcll, sn t
Hurkc, m i2
j'Mathay, 1 4 2 1
t;iiannoiit r ..1 1 1 1
It Ian 1l fl 1 It
KHttcr, 21) 4 3 1
Flood, 3h 3 10
illarmon, 0 4 0 C
Lloyd, p '4 1 ,1
Totals 33 10 27 1H 0
All II PO A IT
Totman, 1 4 1 2 0 0
Wolfe, ss 4 0 2 2 1
Diirt, m ., 4 110 1
Bpenocr, ,1b ...."...' 4 17 0 1
Jlohnnnon, 2b 3 1 4 3 0
Dooln, 3b !. 4 0 0 3 0
Oakland, rf 1 0 1 0 0
Moeller, c '..... ."3 0 5 i 2
Miller, p ' .".. 3 0 110
Kdllar. rf Ill 00
Total 31 fi 24 11 fi
a.jMnnsfflcld ...1....0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0
Portsmouth 0 000 0000 22
,.,.. rl.annoll nlorv
" J &c L'
- M M Koltler 2 llolen bases
I? .at h"y rlJ1 'Sice
'rflg ' .fj hXl,annon First base on
nits isurKC, uoiianiion. l'usi nase on
balls-Off Miller, 2. Struck out-lly
iyd. 4-. iy Mm. 4. umpi
iSbiy Cosart filed a petition for dl-
" , voice In tho Common Pleas court,
" .Thursday afternoon, asking tho court
O'l nhn.. tt, linn .I.ImI, l.t.,,1 tflM In
n iu foci urn lien mi. u.i uiiiji iui iu
"Ipilncp Cosart, Three tlipes,, acoord-
" Ing to .the plaintiff, since their mar-
n l"inKcr September 15, 19DC, has tho de.
the Installment plan ami as many
lme the goods have been taken away
iiecause the husband refused to pay
(ho Installments, On March 3, 1908,
tho imilntlfT claim, that her husband
w .struck and beat her.
Ml. - . .
I .lira, vuaurv uin iui uijiu', icun
0 .onablo alimony and tho custody of
0thelr ono phltyl.
II. E'lmnnd Hill Is
" ihnr attorney.
The Druids met In regular ses
sion Thursday evening und attend
ed. to routine buslnetiH. The attend
ance was fair
The Elks met In regular session
Thursday evening and adopted it now
r.et nf bylaws Arrangements wero
partially mado for a c3rit roast to he
given at the time of tho annual plcnlo
which will ho within the near future.
Tho American Insurance Union held
a very enjoyable, session In tho lodge
halls, Thursday evoulng. About one
hundred wcro In attendance and ono
application for membership was re
celvod and ono candidate wis Initiat
ed, A program of llferary and musi
cal numbers was enjoyed, following
Which was a banquet.
in tho program of the evening those
wlio took part woro Mra. Hdupt,
Miss Clco .Wolfe, Ethel O'Connor, I,Ir.
Phlllas, Minnie Sfaley, Frances Mc
Clelland, Etta nnd Ellen Carter. An
nimmlng featuro of tho evening was1 a
ghost walk, alfter which a selection
by tho Young, ladles' A. T. U. was
Tlio noxt meeting of the Union will
bo held on July 23.
Is Believed by Michigan
Authorities a Have Been
CDturcd at Hillsdale.
tLaporte, Intl., July id Deputy
Sheriff Antlfli nnd Chief of Police
Cpchran left last evonluft for Hills
dale, Mich,, to Identify tho woman
arrested nt that phlco by Sheriff
WIHcIob. Tho woman Is believed by
il. . -l. .. i iniii i i mi in ni ' .1 -1
LLlt- X .J " JjMfcl'
tho Michigan authorities to bo Mrs.
llolle Gunhesfl, tho Lnportc muYder
' Tho trip Is tho result of a Ions
and heated dscussion bo'ween the,
county commissioners and Attorney
H, W. Wordeu, of counsel forhny
Iamphdre, under Indictment for nf
ton .and murder of tho Ounriawt
family. Attorney Wordon dJlnrtrf
that communication relitllrig. $Ut '
tho iiosslble npprehensloh of Mrs; i
(lunneS8 wore Ignored completely"
hy tho local authorities and not '
jtlven tho proper attention. Tho
jioard finally agreed to sctul thi
two men to illlllsdnlo to glvo .tho'
utory rigid examination. Their, 're
turn to Jjiiwrto Is awaited' wltM
nlmost feverish expectancy.
Is Meied Out to a Youthful
Robber Captured in j
Now York, July 10 Swift and
stem Justice over toolc Nathan
Iovlne, a daring youthful burglar,
who capped a brief career of crime
by n bold attempt to chloroform
drid rob Mrs. Mostyn Cookson in 'a
toom in the Hotel Ueimont whlla
hor .husband, who Is a member, of
u prominent English family and' a
Iriajor In tho British army, olept
only a few feet awny.
Major Cookson was awakened bv
his wife's Bcrenms Jtut as tho rob
ber was about to thrust a true: In.
to her mouth after "haylhif botihtf
her Jiands. The major attacked tym
after a sharp struggle aud held him
Until the pollco nrrlved and took htm
Into ciiBtody. A few hours later, a
grand Jury returned two IndlcU
ments against tho young man, one
for burglary and tho other assault
In the first degree, and Thursday
afternoon ho pleaded guilty arid .won
sentenced to servo not Mess thAn
ten nor more than forty yearn iln
Lovlne, who said ho wan ' u
student and tho son of a retired
New York manufacturer told tho po
llco that he had robbed nearly
every first rhiss, hotel In the city
during tho past few weeks. He '18'
about Iwenty years old and was
dressed In tho height of fashion.
when ho registered at Tho Belmont
yesterday under an assumed name.
Ho was assigned ta a room adjoin
ing thnt occupied by Major and Airs.
Cookson on the fourteenth floor and
gained access to their room hy
way or tho fire escape, ?
Investigation by the pollco (mow
ed that Levlnc was romancing as
tp his antecedents His father Is
Janitor of an apartment house.
Tho untisunl speed with which
tho case agalnnt Levlno was prone,
cuted was partly duo to the fact
I Mint Mnjor and Mrs. Cookson. had
engaged passago on a steamer which
sailed for .Europe in tho afternooij.
They appeared beforo the grand
jury and later in. court to testify
ngnlnat tho prisoner. It was wIMf
In thirty-five minutes of the sailing
time of their uteamor when they lelt
tho courtroom. They rushed up town
In an automobile and got on board
Just before tho ship sailed.
The quenn of Roumanla la a great
collector of rare books, as well at
being herself a poet, and Queeu Wll
helmlun of Holland boasts the nnest
collection of old lace In Europe,
It U a mistake to hang your arabl
flon so high that you canilot reach It.
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