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WEATHER rOSBOAST: TOMOUOW, FAIR. COOLER.
WHITE AND NERVOUS
(Scrlpps News Association.)
KKW YORK, Nov. 22.—Nan Pat
terson passed a sleepless and restless
night In the Tombs. The scathing
argument of the prosecution and the
sight of her lover's garments with the
bullet hole, stained with his life's
blood, had been too much for her
nerves and she collapsed when she re
turned to her cell. The reaction over,
Miss Patterson calmed herself and
paid: "The llrst day Is over, and I
find nothing to hurt me."
Her fnoo was pnle and bloodless
and looked almost chalky against the
Sombre setting of her black dress
and veil ns she came Into court this
morning and sat by her father's side.
Miss Patterson Is much perturbed
by the gaze of the curious crowd In
the Courtroom today. When she
reached her seat she turned anil kiss
ad her father.
Police Sergeant Walter Norrls of
the Leonard street station, where the
defendant was brought when arrested,
was the llrst witness today, lie iden
tified the revolver which Polieemnn
Junior banded to htm when he
brought Miss Patterson In. It con
tained three loaded shells, one ex
ploded shell ami one empty cylinder.
Captain Sweeney Identified the re
volver nnd said he talked with the
defendant at the station after the
shooting. She Maid Young had shot
■lmself and the first she knew wns
When she heard the muffled shot and
her companion fell over In her lap.
Bhe said they had been Quarrelling
In the cab.
Frederick Michaels, cabman, iden
tified the photographs of the cab, lie
testified that the cab had been en
NEGLECT OF HEALTH
"We've done our part to observe
the law, hut the health Office has not
done Its duty."
Thug declared A. L. Jameson, who
pleaded his own cause In police court
this afternoon when placed on trial
for an alleged violation of the health
ordinance in breaking a Quarantine
Mr. Jameson's arrest was on n
complaint sworn to by Sanitary In
spector Otis, whose deeds have been
so few and far between that their
shimmer can't be seen In the line of
The testimony showed that the
child at Mr. Jameson's house had
BEAUTIFUL WIDOW SUING TO RECOVER
MONEY SHE GAVE HER LOVER
With her nftlanced in tho city Jail
on a charge of swindling her out of
$860, Mrs. Kathleen Laney, a pretty
widow who formerly conducted the
Brooklyn lodging house, but Is now
of Temple Court, Is suing Chief of
Police Waller for the possession of
$260 taken from W. F. Lint when tho
latter was arrested yesterday evening,
l.lnt la held on a charge of obtaining
tho money by fraud and false repre
sentations. Mrs. I.nnoy wants the
money as part of that advanced by
her on drafts deposited In tho Old
National bank by Lint.
The story of the Lint nnd I.nney
embsogllo is that oft told tale of n
gullible widow with money and a pen
chant for a new husband and a
smooth young mnn who says tender
things that are not true. It's with
the same climax of tho widow still
remaining s widow nnd the lovely
man getting the easy money.
Lint nnd Ijiney met during the dog
days when sweltering weather heats
the blood and makes mad the brains
of the lone who yearn for the stirring
embrace of Change.
Both the widow nnd the cute Mr.
l.lnt yearned for chnnge—she to
Change the sombre Shades of her
darksome widowhood to the rosy hues
of connubial bliss—he to change the
VHcuous mnrotdlty of his empty purse
to the Joyous fullness of a bank ac-
count. He was of the eonuublnl fot
-1 nuils; aim possessed the bank ac
Thus It wns that winning Mr. Lint
nnd lon*ly Mrs. Laney found attract
ive mutualities. Mrs. Ij«ni y H pink
rheeks grew pinker—Mr. Lint's finan
cial dr*ams grew rosier. Mr. Lint
spent most of his time In Spokane.
atopplng at the Victoria, nnd Mrs
I.uney spout most of her lime with
Mr. Lint listening to the brilliant
deacrlptluna of Ininitnu possession*
APPEARED IN COURT
gaged by the man nnd woman at
Fifty-ninth and Hroadway. He rec
ognized the defendant, but couldn't
Identify Young from the photograph.
He drove to Fiftieth avenue, where
the man bought a hat; then drove on
Bleaker west to Broadway, where the
pair went Into a saloon nnd stayed
a few minutes. They came out and
he drove south again. Neither wus
under the Influence of liquor. After
they crossed Canal street on West
Hroadway he heard a pistol shot.
The horse plunged, but he stopped
him after a block nnd a half run. The
defendant asked him to drive to a
drug store. He did not look inside
to see what had happened. He henrd
no Quarreling, He snw the man cur
ried Into the hospital, but again fail
ed to recognize the photograph.
Frederick Woldens, a bartender nt
Blocker nnd West Broadway, and Otto
Tannics, a druggist, were called, but
their testimony threw no light on
the tragedy. Tho court then took a
The first witness this afternoon
was William Stenn. Jr., a truckman,
who testified that he heard the shot
tired and saw the smoke coming from
the cab. He followed the cab to the
drug store and saw defendant seated
In the cab, the mnn with his head
In her lap. His hands were bunging
down. He didn't see a weapon in
Pr. Philip (). Ilanlon, the coroner's
physician, demonstrated with a hend-
lens skeleton the course of the Ind
ict. He sold it would be about the
size of a lead pencil. Young died
from hemorrhage. Nan Patterson
scanned the skeleton and dropped her
fully recovered from the measles nnd
that Mr. a.lmeson had gone back to
work. It was shown that the health
office was notified by Or. Hall that
the child had recovered and to fumi
gate tin- house. This notice was sent
November I, but the fumigation was
not don.> until November If, n week
Judge Hlnkle announced that, al
thUgh the fact wits proved that the
child was convalescent and due no
tice given the health office, the fact
remained that Mr. Jameson left he
fore receiving the official certificate
from the health officer. The Judge
stated he did not want to pass on
of mills and lumber camps In Urlt-
Ish Columbia and of mansions rich
In Chicago, To Mrs. Laney, Mr. Lint
was a multimillionaire,
Dreaming of the time when she
would go to Chicago and tench Mrs.
Potter Palmer and Mrs. Allison Ar
mour how to swing the society
scepter, Mrs. Laney viewed with com
plneeney Mr, Lltt't proposition that
they become engaged. Filled with
the Idea that $60,000 In cash was to
he her pin money, Mrs. Laney an
nounced herself ns much pleased nnd
informed her friends that the and
Mr. Lint would wed.
Then cumo the question of buying
an engngement ring. Nothing but
the dreamiest dream of n diamond
WOUld serve to mark Mr. Lint's appro
bation (or the charming widow. But,
Unfortunately, Mr. Lint's cash was
In a Chicago bank.
Easy to rectify Hint hy depositing
draft! for $1000 and $500 In the Old
National hank-—which Mr. Lint did
Just at closing time last Saturday.
Impatience to adorn his love with the
scintillating rocks caused Mr. Lint to
suggest to Mrs Laney that she draw
forth some of her savings from the
hank to be Utilised hy her dear
"Llnty" In purchasing the glittering
testimonial of true love.
Mrs. Laney aequlesced rnpturously
as she viewed the brightness of Inter
getting the $Bn,OOO for pins. She
drew $SSO from her personal account
und gladly handed It to Mr. Lint.
Then entnc the entrancing Journey
to the Jewelers. Hut nothing could
be found to suit the fastidious Mr.
Lint Slid the purchase was postponed
Mr. Lint neglected, however, to turn
over tho threo"fifty.
When Mrs. Luney was Informed by
the hank that the drafts deposited
were no good she had several kind*
of spasms. She told her troubles to
detective* with the result that dis
covery wus mad* that funny Mr. Lint
The Spokane Press.
Truckman Heard Shot.
the neglect of the health department
nnd that further he did not Want to
declare the ordinance invalid by dis
missing the case.
For that reason he imposed a fine
of tl and suspended it. The ruling
was taken as an actual condemnation
of the health office methods and of
ficial negligence on tlie part of the
men who caused tlie arrest.
FOR WALLER TO
Hurglars tried to break into the
saloon nt the Railroaders' Home on
Main avenue last night. They "broke
out a window in the rear but were
frightened away before effecting an
Thieves stole a set of dies and tools
from the Weston-Sargenson company
Jacob Grlpenbach had his watch
stolen nt the Nagel hotel last night.
James Sweeny, Bodie block, had
his room entered and a watch, a
money order for $50 and $3 In change
taken by burglars last night.
MAKE OFFICES FOR
At the meeting of the city council
tonight the free employment bureau
bill will come up. The committee
will recommend that the mayor he
empowered to appoint an agent to
take charge of the bureau Insteud of
Raving the appointment made by a
The council Is expected to balk on
the proposition to make "Blondy*'
Wood city claim agent to work out
of the corporation counsel's office.
The opposition Is on the ground that
It Is merely n scheme to create a
new Job for a friend of the
und Is not demanded by the amount
of business done through the cor
poration counsel's office.
ALL IS QUIET
ON THE ISTHMUS
(Scrlpps News Association.)
WASHINGTON, Nov. 22.—Minister
Barrett cables from Panama that
everything is quiet on the islbmus.
Oeneral Huertas has left Tannma and
has gone to his country home. All
the standing army was successfully
disbanded except 25 men, who were
willing to remain in order to fulfill
the statutory requirements of v
had been ejaculating through his
skypieoo when he remarked about bis
palace on the I.«ke Shore DriVS —his
red "devil f||OM" nnd his ninny
million feed of sawed lumber In B. C.
Her eyes opened. Mrs. Uiney dash
ed down to Judge lllnkle yesterday
•Veßlng to secure a warrant for the
arrest of her exquisite Mr. Lint.
The dear one wns found In a bath
at the Occidental hotel, where, after
some parley, Mr. Lint surrendered
himself to the cold officials In the
presence of the victimised widow.
At tho polio* station, when Lint
waa first searched, the police found
$:'2*.St. Ijiter Officer Old dug nut
two $10 hills which tho foxy Mr. Lint
had deposited In the toe of eneh shoe.
In the Jail Mr. Lint continued his
professions of blue blood and healthy
hank accounts. More titles were given
of his famous connections nnd to
show his real blood Mr. Lint gener
ously gave orders on tha widow's
fund for high priced meals, cigars
for the "force" and cigarettes for
Then It wits Mrs. Laney secured
lawyers and decided to take nway the
money left before all was squandered.
It In she and not the hnnk which
will he loser unless the court order*
tin' chief of police to turn over the
Application was made to the su
perior court this morning through
Mis. Laney's attorneys, Sullivan, N'u
lUßl \ Nimnn, to order Chief Waller
to turn over the money to the widow
I.'nt In Court.
winning Mr. Lint was arraigned
before Judge Hlnkle this afternoon
on a charge of obtaining money un
der false pretenses. Lovely, winning
Mrs. Laney was also there.
Attorney Kills (; Soule represent
ad the rapid Mr. Lint, who pleaded
not guilty to the charge. The ease
was set for a preliminary hearing tor
SPOKANE, WASHINGTON, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2<J1904.
CASES ARE ON
(Scrlpps News Association.)
PORTLAND, Ore., Nov. 22.—5. A.
D. Puter, Horace McKinley, Marie
Ware, Mlsb Emms Watson, Frank H.
Wolgomot and D. W. Tarpley were
defendants In the first of the whole
sale land fraud cases. All appeared
in court this morning. I'nlted States
District Attorney John Hall opened
AMERICANS ARE THE
ONLY SAFE CITIZENS
(Scrlpps News Association.)
SALT LAKK, Nov. 22.—The citi
zens of Murray this afternoon Issued
a call for a mass meeting tonight
to vote on the question of taking
steps compelling all foreigners to
leave town. They will take up thw
question with the American Smelt
HUBBY SAYS WIFE scolded
HIM AND CAUSED HEART FAILURE
James B. Swift today filed a cross
complaint in his wife's suit for a di
Mrs. Carrie Swift applied for the
dissolution of her marriage some
days ago and alleged nonsupport as
grounds for such action.
Mr. Swift in bis answer claims
that his wife threatened to poison
him. Also that she scolded him to
such an extent that It caused him
to worry, which resulted in heart
failure. He makes a number of ugly
charges against his wife, among
which are -<Jiat she attended dances
at Swedish Brothers' hall alone, drank
with bad names and names several
MILITIA FAVORED BY
FEDERATION OF LABOR
(Bcrlpps News Association.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 22— The
American Federation of Labor this
morning by a decisive vote put itself
On record as against any measure con
demning the militia. The resolution
voted on condemned the militia ns
"an engine of destruction used by
capitalists In the subjugation of the
working class." The author advocat
ed the Swiss system, by which every
able bodied mun is supplied with
MANUFACTURERS CLAIM THEY
WILL NOT OPERATE UNION SHOPS
(Scrlpps News Assoolatlon.)
CHICAOO, Nov. 22.—The wholesale
Clothing manufacturers Involved In
the strike of the special order of
garment workers undertook to reopen
their shops with unorganised tailora
this morning. I'nlon pickets on strike
patrolled the district where the most
VOLUNTEER'S THANKSGIVING DINNER
A Thanksgiving dinner will be
given to the newsboys, messenger
boys, poor women nnd poor children
of Spokane. The dinner will he given
in the police courtroom in the city
(Scrlppe News association.)
CHOUTEAU, Mont., Nov. It.—]
Wishing to Spare his pat ents tho tg- •
iiomiuy Of having v sen who com
mitted suleMe, Jacob Ralaton, one I
of thi' boat known trappers until
gttldea in northern Montana, left a
iiiceaago. stating that ills former part
ner, lamea Plaher, had shot him and I
then tired a bullet through his ah-'
Tha coroner dtapatched a ■*ana>
ger from the Ralaton cabin to notify!
the father He found his corpse ami
a note, A pease was organ reed «t
oaea and a search for Ptsher iweuh,
when another note was delivers 1 tell
ing of eutctdc ami reuueettns, those j
fur the prosecution and Judge O'Day
replied for the defendants.
The first clash ocurred over the
Introduction of alleged forged land
affidavits, which the court took un
der consideration. It developed this
morning that the defense will prob
ably rely mainly on the establishing
of statute limitations. The Jury was
completed laßt night.
lng ft Refining company officials, and,
If turned down, promise to use force
to drive 700 Greeks and Austrlans
out of the country. This step fol
lows the brutal assault on a mother
nnd daughter by an unknown Aus
trian last week. They declare that
only Americans must work at the
with whom he alleges she sustained
Mrs. Swift has considerable prop
erty nnd the husband wants his share
and $250 for attorney's fees in this
Mr. Swift la a real estate man and
was at one time connected with A.
). Page in the business.
The Swift family troubles have re
ceived v great deal of attention from
their acquaintances and Mrs. Swift's
sympathizers claim Mr. Swift put in
the cross complaint to get a piece of
the property. It Is also stated that
he has made every attempt to patch
up his differences and, not succeed
ing, attempts to ruin her good name.
arms. One speaker who opposed the
resolution said: "Because there Is a
Peabodv shall be say thore shall be
no heed of a commonwealth?''
Another socialist measure, propos
ing that tlie government pay a pen
sion for $12 a month to all workers
over SO years of age who have re
ceived less than $1000 a year for
their labor, was defeated after one
of the warmest discussions of the
factorial wore located and turn hack
many whom they suspected were in
search Of work. The police remain
ed on guard and kept the crowds
moving. The employers are advertis
ing for men to learn the tailoring
trade in all branches and assert they
will not again operate union shops.
hull on Front avenue and Howard
street. It will begin at 11 a. in. and
continue until ;t p. m Tlie tickets
will be given at the Volunteers' ball
at Ml' Front avenue, which will admit
you to the dinner.
who found the body to 'keep mum."
The drat note caused a sensation
ami for a time there were threats of
lynching Fisher if he was caught.
The coroner's jury rendered a verdict
TO HELP STRIKERS
Federal union. No, ll.Stt, hai re
solved notice from tha American Fed
sratloit ot Labor convention In ses
sion at Kali Krnneiseo that e.ieh
Biember will be assessed 1 cent a
week extra for the henetlt of the
wins nnd children Of the textile
strikers at Lynn, Maaa There are
Jj.uOO men on the stiike, 6cuo of
whom arc members of the Federal
The additional assessment is for
three weeks and amounts to $75,000.
That amount has been advanced from
the surplus fund in the treasury of
tho American Federation of Labor in
Washington, D. C. The donation was
made after a speech delivered by Mrs.
O'Sullivaji of Lynn, Mass.
(Scrlpps News Association.)
LEXINGTON, Ky . Nov. 22.—The
mob which gathered early this morn
ing to lynch three negroes charged
with the killing of William Moore in
a saloon row last night was dis
persed without making an attack.
BENTON, 111., Nov. 22. —One hun
dred shots were fired into Letter's
stockade at Zelgler early this morn
ing. Deputy Marshal Powell Is re
ported to have been killed, six non
union miners were wounded and It Is
said some of them died. The sheriff
has gone to Zeigler with a posse of
75 men. Ten deserters from the
Zelgler mine arrived here today and
reported all the miners anxious to
RILL SHANNON MAY BE
The elastic circles of the tenderloin
were inexpressibly shocked this after
noon by nn act of lese mnjeste com
mitted by that mammoth nemesis,
Officer "Bill" Shannon, who arrested
one of "Dutch Jake's" coryphees
without orders from the mayor or
Chief of Police Waller.
The victim of "Bill" Shannon Is
Agnes Smith, who sings betimes In
the chorus at the Coeur d'Alene nnd
cashes in checks In the small morn
ing hours. With Agnes was a team
ster who gave his name as Rally
Smith. Both were accused by the
officer with driving faster than is
permitted to anything except "devil
"Bill" may be called before the
police commission to explain.
ST. PFTKRSHI'RG, Nov. 22—Alex
leff was today appointed a member of
the council of tlie empire and council
of ministers by an imperial decree.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 2 2.—Secre
tary Hay and Swiss Charge d'Affuires
Probst this morning signed the ar
bitration treaty In behalf of the
United States and Switzerland.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 22—Arbitra
tion treaty between the I'nlted States
and Germany was signed this morn
ing by Secretary Hay and Baron yon
Sternberg, the German ambassador,
at the state department.
EPH AND HARRY BALDWIN HAVE
Because a woman wouldn't—and
she didn't —the whirls of Dempelc
justice wore clogged again this morn
lag nnd the entire machinery of Judge
Hlnkle'a court, Including a jury of
six ablebodled bualnesa men. w.is
brought to B standstill for an hour
and a half.
The case on trial was another
chapter of Kpliruim IVmpsie's astute
attorney's campaign against the hot
houses and flower gardens of Front
avenue. As a chief gardener, this
time, i, n Whltten was considered
to he on trial.
With his usual "manii;in;i" ten
dencies the brilliant Mr. Harris Bald-
Wln, chief Interlocutor In the IVinp
sie minstrels, neglected to prepare
his ease to completeness until the
Jury was sworn. Then the energetic
hoe-w older of Front avenue weeds
demanded a BUbpoena for the alleged
tenant of Mr. Whltten —Mistress I.eah
Whereon the waiting Mr Danson,
attorney for Mr. Whltten, waned
wroth and aald things unto the cru
sade attorney which were not com
plimentary to a legally balanced
Thereupon the fareeelng Mr Bald
win did then and there offer as cvl
dence the city police record showing
Hie payment of a fine by I.eah
Hp.lulling which Mr. l)allS"tl pointed
out waa paid by a third party on a
proxy plea ami not good evidence —
whlrh WM a point sustained by the
(Scrlpps News Association.)
BOSTON, Nov. 22. —The Post this
"Papers In a suit for $350,000 were
served yesterday nn Thomas LsWSOn
in a suit brought in the interest of
New York parties supposed to be
acting for the Standard Oil Interest.
Tlie suit is the result of alleged dis
closures made by I.awson in his
chapters on "Frenzied Finance." Law
son defies them and welcomes the
suit. He says he will be able to ex
pose some unjnllcd criminals before
he gets through.''
Beyond the fact that papers were
served on Laweon through the slier-
(Scrlpps Newjfi Association )
HOXIE, Ark., Nov. 22—The Iron
Mountain special southbound ran into
an extra freight nt Swifton early thla
morning, killing Fireman Wells nnd
injuring several passengers. Five
passenger coaches ami 20 loads of
freight cars were burned.
GO TO SHANGHI
(Scrlpps News Association.)
WASHINGTON. Nov. 22.—Consul
General Fowler at Chefoo cables the
state department that a Chinese
cruiser has been ordered to convey
the officers and crew of the Rasto
ropny to Shanghai.
(Scrlpps News Association.)
NEW YORK, Nov. 22. —Six persons.
Including two firemen, were Injured
In a nre which this morning partly
destroyed the tenement hoUSS at "HO
Fulton street, Brooklyn. Thirty-four
occupants were rescued.
SWEPT BY STORM
(Scrlpps News Association.)
LONDON, Nov. 22.—The entire
coast of England Is being swept by
a gale today. Many wrecks have
occurred. A Norwegian schooner went
ashore at Nortlt Berwick and four of
the crew drowned.
(Scrlpps New! Association.)
WASHINGTON, Nov. 22.—1t has
been Officially announced that Presi
dent Roosevelt will attend the re
union of the Rough Riders at San
Antonio next May. He will make only
one speech on the trip and that will
be at the reunion.
A HARD TIME TO GET JUSTICE
Mr. Baldwin then railed Serjeant
Hollway to show that all the cus
todian of the lines knew was hear
say. Then Mr. Baldwin decided to
assert certain assertions about the
nonappearance of Mistress Bpauldlng.
The COUrt was of uncertain temper
ns usual when Mr. Baldwin vouch
safed information of wabbly char
acter and sunt eted that Officer Tom
Herndon, who had the Bpauldlng
summons, be found.
"Well," began Mr. Baldwin. "If
your honor can dispense with my
presence"-—here the court raised Its
weary head in glads.one haste—"for
a moment"—and the court's head
dropped again—"I'll go out and llnd
out where Herndon is."
"Tea, go ahead und rind out," said
his honor tn disappointed tones. Mr.
Baldwin returned to sny the detect
ive couldn't be found and to call
attention to tho fact that the wit
ness wanted was only "104 feet from
where his honor sat "
Then came another dreary wait,
during which Mr. Da neon described
Ihe delay and nonpreparat ion as
• simply in excusable."
■oil, well." aald Mr. Baldwin with
one of those scintillating Mashes of
witty sarcasm for which he Is rap
idly becoming famous, "we just bet
ter open a prayer meeting now."
"All right," sail Mr. !>anson, "and
i ll ask Brother-er—"
"ltaidw in's my name," Interpolated
that attorney with great dignity.
"Well- or —111 a«k Brother Bald-
THIRD YEAR. NO. 14. PRICE: ONE CENT.
Iff's office and that Frederick R. <"ou
dert and I'uul Fuller of New York
are entered as plaintiffs, nothing Is
known. The bill and complaint are
returnable December 1 said Ooudert
Fuller, who represents the Standard
Oil and the insurance eompaniee
■which Lawaon attacked.
It Is also stated that the widow
of Attorney George Towle will sue
Lawson for libel. Individual suits
by ex-members of the legislature are"
said to have been begun at ConcorJ.
An action by the citizens to aid.
is probable should the
charges of wholesale bribery be sub
MRS. WRIGHT SUED
Mrs. T. J. Wright, who secured a
verdict of $snn from J. T. Daniel for
defamation of character a few weeks
ago, has been sued by Rosa Johnson
for i2noo. Mils Johnson was en
gaged by Mrs. Wright as chamber
maid for which services she received
The Deaconess' Aid society will
hold a cake sale at the Crescent
store tomorrow. Cakes of all kinds,
including cookies and doughnuts,
will be offered for sale.
The sale is for the benefit of the
Old People's home.
(Scrlpps News Association.)
HOBOKEN, N. T., Nov. 22.—The
meeting of the stockholders of tho
Northern Securities company again
adjourned to meet one week from to
MOODY TO STAY.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 22.—1t Is an
nounced at the White House this
afternoon that Attorney General ~~
Moody has reconsidered his determi
nation to leave the cabinet. His re
appointment is assured.
PARIS, Nov. 22.—The dispatches
received today indicate that there,
has been no fighting recently be
tween the Russians and Japanese at
Shakhe river and that only unim
portant skirmishes have occurred.
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 22— An agree
ment has been reached by the Philip
pine government board for the re
moval of Dart of the Philippine ex
hibit to the Lewis and Clark exposi
PENSACOLA, Fla., Nov. 22.—The
Taft party arrived this morning on
tlie Dolphin and will sail for Panama
this afternoon on the Columbia.
CHICAGO. Nov. 22 —The murderer
of Bates, tho chauffeur whose body
was found In his automobile near
Lernont, has been reported captured,
near Morris, 111.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 22—Rear
Admiral Evans h is been selected to
succeed Admiral Berkley, command
ing the North Atlantic fleet.
i win to lead In the prayer."
"That will do," exclaimed tho
"What I want to find out," con
tinued Judge Hinkle, 'Is the truth
of these assertions Mr. Baldwin has
been making about other subpoenas
not being served. Look up the rec
When the records were examined
no proof of the assertion of missing
witnesses wag found.
Officer Hemdon appeared half an
hear later with the summons, which
had been served. The detective re
portad that Miss Spaulding would not
come to court, as she was sick and
had boon for four days.
To test the illness ujdge lllnkle
ordered an attachment to be Issued
for the Spanning person.
Sergeant John Sullivan happened to
drop Into the Courtroom and was call
ed to the stand by Mr. lialdwln and
aak d if the Spauldlng place was a
houae "f lllfamo. The sergeant ad
tnttted that he was not completely
qualified to make so positive a state
Just 10 minutes later the telephone
bell rang and Judge lllnkle was call
ed to the 'phone, returning to an
nnunce that a doctor had Informed
him that Mistress Spauldlng was hon
estly and truly ill.
Then tlie clogged wheels turned
sufficient to have the ease ugulnst U
B, Whltten continued until tho morn
ing of November 30.
Ry that time it Is expected of tha
woman who wouldn't that she will.