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RENT THAT VACANT ROOM People looking for rooms turn to the classified ads of the newspapers to see what is offered. An ad in the Sentinel-Record is almost sure to bring you a customer. THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN HOT STRINGS THAT RECEIVES THE FULL ASSOCIATED PRESS REPORT OVER LEASED WIRES WEATHER FORECAST Forecast for Arkansas:—Sunday probably ram, colder in west and een> tral portion; Monday generally fair, colder. VOLUME XXXIV, TWELVE PAGES HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 11,1917. NUMBER 252. KANSAS CITY BANK OFFICER TAKES HIS FIFE HAD EMBEZZLED $25,000 FROM THE BANK WHICH LATER WAS RECOVERED. VOLUNTARILY TURNED THE MONEY OVER TO HANK .Vtter Taking the Money and Coing Away His Conscience Began Troub ling Him and He Wrote the Bank Officials From Atlanta Telling Where the Money Was Located. Kansas City. M . March in. With tflie finding today in tlx: room of :t 4!o_’ .own hotel o: the li<wly of Kreder Icr Oherhcinian. 45 years old, until a short time ago a paying icier of the Security .Vath r.al hank of this city, a story of defalcation and emhez/l went rectified by the workings of a troubled conscience was revealed by - ' •icieiK of tb . bank. Oberhe inion had been in the hank />r five years olid was regarded as a ftltied and trusted employe, lie left orh as u-ual ou Friday night, Kehru ny 23, !i t failed to appear for work Saturday morning N'otliing was thought ol the incident, it being sup posed he was sick, as ihe had been «h f nt from work the w eek nefore for that reason. However, n cheeking up of the cash at nocn revealed, accord ing to the slateinciu of S. .lobes, the batik's president, a shortage of $25,135. Ma nin• w set in motion by tii ■ Iwnk to locate Oberhelman b t all search was fruitless. On i!ip fol owir.tr Wednesday Mr. Jobes received a eh' rt note from the missing teller sent from Atlanta. O i. It said that ihp was sorry "for what I did to the 'bank" and informed the president that ho would return short ly t>» Kan as City, Oberhelmnn ar rived here or Monday of this work and Immediately sought the bank. His first art twts to stive the bank f fftoials the name of a safety deposit compunv in Cineiiuiti, Ohio, where hr drclared he had deposited $21,000 of tht‘ bank's money. His statement was verified by telppraph and on his order the money was t ran-ter red hack to the vaults of the Sec trity Nation i bank. He then replaced remainin'-: money of the mis-mg s un to the sat is a'dirn of the hunk Oberhelmnn, according to Mr. Jobes, was disinclined to talk of his act but said that he believed he could invest the money and rcpla e. ii before "he Ids'- was delected. As soon os lie hod the money In his possession, he de clared. his eonscienee begun tr<mvI■!iu him. .Mr. Jobes, in his statement to the newspapers, stated it wa his opinion that, Oberhelmnn was rnentn ly :n< sponsible when he left the bank. The voluntary statement of the bank’s officials was the first informs tlon of the raid into the lvtnk's vaults. Oberhelmun, according to the hler'K C r (he hotel in whidh he wa- foil mi registered yesterday morning under the name of .1. 1. h’troud Q inc\, ail. A muffled rei ort was heard short y after lie entered his room, the clerk declarul, but nothing wa thought of it at the time. Ills both was found today when the maid, unable t: enter the room to clean it. saw thre gli the transom lib ho<l> on the tlcor. Not- signed by Obermnrnn nmi lv. -ncl near HiB body tolil :i death fr n liUV.wn band. One wa addressed t> asking her forgiveness and pbs.lving her a, a cause of h s act | Another save directions lor the rib l>o ai of his body, while a third con tained a sho.f will giving his entire property to h> " ! e. Oberlie moil's record with the Sr curiby National baud hari been fonnly. excellent, tbp officials ded tr od, and he bad been pm id eyed for Me years previous in obher banks ol tbe city. He formerly worked in a batik at Randolph. Kan. Ol-erhe'man, it was revealed late to night. was married on Thursday to a oeol (firl, less than 21 hours before he took hl=f ewn life. From Ins family, bank officials d rlnred tonight, it was learned Oberhel man 12 yearn ngo airs con rieri with a sum of mone.v from a hank in which ho ivas employed at liandolph, Iva.i Ho left lho lank at i.lmt Unto on t'.io oxoif-o tliat ho was going ( Illinois to tie married. Instead tie was heard from at Pueblo, Coo. His note at that time read much the same as the one .•delved l-.v Mr. Jobe-. only it gave the bank o fillers their first informa tion that any fund- wore missing. Ho ;r-t-rn°d. mode g od ids theft and sought work elsewhere His family when informed of h;-' disappearance two weeks ago, m etvd ing to the hank's officers, advise*! them to wait, in til- belief that he would return as he did before PATIENT 18 DEAD PROFESSOR" IS AGAIN HELD ON MANSLAUGHTER CHARGE TO THE NEXT GRAND JURY. After a Fast of More Than 30 Days This One Lost H>s Mind and a Short While Later Died at the Feige Sam tarium. •lohn Evans, years of age, and of Cleveland, Ohio, was a noth it victim added to ihe Ceige starvation treat ment during the wool;, and Incidental y following a coroner's itutuisiiion hold last night, Tor n«»r Dr. J, It. Show had thp "Professor" hpltl on an addi tional charge of man-laughter. There were some (fating dshing fea tures in eonneetii ti with this other “starvation" victim. To begin with, he went crazy aboit four days before hK death. Also there is said to ’ie mor» incriminating evidence in connection with Ill s case because Keige had th ‘ man in .his own Sanitarium," where Vis employes were in change, and it. is .said that under the aw hr- is more directly resptnsilde for the luck of nu trition that caused thic man's death than from circumstances sur o ndtug other cases. Yesterday also wa- the first of the inquests over any of the victims of Uhls "ITofessor" that developed pro'T tw to the mestmerism or whatever mental suggestion this person *t-se< in connection with his treatment. <leorgo MoVamatiKi was on too stand. Questioned tty A: lortiev Merry Randolph, represi nting file state, os to ilie method of diagnosis and treat ment lliat Feign Rives, McNamoma ad that he would take garb patient searateU into a! jttle room, hov" 1.ini elose his e> eg lidht. and there the I’rofessor" would say: ■ Von are we' . you are well. vo> nr'’ alisolutely well. The germs will diet the germs will die hv the millions. ’ 'I'his patient rt the starvation treat ment said that had been his exper ience. Of the diagnosis little else was done thou to pritnl ei ares of cancers or whatever happened to the trout This witness said tflsit Feige talked in English when he spoke to the 1>a tients with closed eyes, though the flerman accent was so strong one could not tell all th it wa said. Edge tool; the stand, lie apparent ly tried to make it opt that because Evans had been arrested und placed in jail, win'll picked up demented on the streets, the jail was responsible for his death. The proof had he°n that EVmns had th ird tor perhaps :;p < r more days. Feige said him-ef that the patient had fasted "O'days, and he had suggested to him to break the fa-t, t ut that the patient wanted to go a few more days, and that he let him go. Evans was found demented at. his rooms last Monday and removed to the city jaU. tlier. beirg no o’.he" place t ■ jlica roe rate insane persons Feige took him out Tue-da> morning and took him to IIs "sanitarium' whhh he admitted Unit he operated now . nd-or his own direction an Ouachita avenue. Evans was unconscious nt'l Fri day wh -t he died F Te V-d Mr. 11 ill man called in a ew hours ore d - solution took place, but IT. Hallman found there was nothin- thru co-l-l he done. • Why It Wirt von -si a l' ■' tore til's man was ahno t deod " ' ns.' ed Attorney Randolph. Feitrc r<iifl that he could do nvir' for the man than a physician, and that he only called In otic 'ate h“ a '- c ho was “hounded like a doer with a thousand dogs after him a.l the t m to tear him to piece " Attorney McConnell. ^present! — Feige, at first advised him not to ,n"■ tify, hut Inter rthanirod that decision a id permitted him to to' ih ■ Jnrv all about Kvans and the experience that •ho had in the eltiy jail. Feice attorn' ted to mahe draimf'c hi denw-nciatiou of the cond'tlon urd er wh ioh he found h.'s patient nahed and bruised on the jail floor ,i,P ••Professor” was more reluc ts, nt with language n f< w mirvn*e later when Attorney Randolph ashed SETTLEMENT OF KAILKOAU meeting of railroad men FORECASTS THAT AGREE MENT IS NEAR AT HAND. DELISifIN OF COUHTS WILL HAVE Nil EFFEtr Letter Has Been Sent President Wil son by Brotherhood Heads Commit ting the Unions to Abandonment of Any Labor Crisis That Might Exist 'n Case of International Trouble. Cleveland, Ohio, Wuredt in.—l"ett!c nient of the rahroad eight-hour , ntro ver»y Irrespeetive of wlhether the sti I ire me eo irt holds ihe Adamson law constitutional or uneonstitutional na: toreeast in Cleveland today by action o! the biggest and most imporlan con ference of broherhood leaders held since the grave hour six months ago, "hen a nation wide strike impended. Announcement of the four unions' compromise plian to be threshed out oi a meeting with railroad officials in Ni'W > ork next Thursday eamie sim ultaneously w th the revelation that 'lie brotherhood chiefs had notified President WU-'on that a strike or threatened strike would not lie per mitted to embarrass the government in case the 1’niteu States was drawn into war Following the inciting of tv r lion died Chairman of the four transorrlu ticn organizations wiio gatiiered her > ior a ripp-hotir conference today, /-ante the dhe.os.uire that a inter had been ent two days ago to the preside it virtually committing the unions to aha n don men t of any Vibor cri-is that might exist in case of international trouble. Chairman of general and of Ircal committees Paine to the meeting from all pnrls of the middip stales. All the vice presidents of the four organiza tiotvs were present. Tiiie chairmen ri presented the Brothe;h nod cf t.ouo nmtive Engineers, the Order of Uj 11 w-iy Conduelors. the Brotherhood of I.oei motive Firemen and Rnginemen and the Brotherhood of Railway Train men. A statement was given out signed by Warren S. Stone, grand chief of the engineers; I.. E, Sheppard, acting president ot' the conductors: W. S. Carter, president of the .firemen and enginemen, and W. C,. Lee. president of the trainmen, announcing (that a ! an of settlement of the controversy had been drafted bv the brotherhood heads «nd approved by the chairmen. While the* details of t)i«. si itlemenl plan were not divulged, if was stated 'hat the union repre-entalive- would, lay heftre railroad officials a com promise plan based on the employes’ fight for an eight-hour day. MIDNIGHT WEDDING. Como Hotel Is Scene of Unusual Ceremony. fini'dner Ollphant and Miss Helen Northway of Little Rook were tnarri'ed ':i the parlors of iht' Como hotel tit mldnlpht test night. They arrived on the night train alto t 11 o'clock ami Informed Al Rey nolds that they wished t become man and wife. Al immediately got ri y a id sec red the license for them and the -ervieos of Rev. W ild ip was ailed in and lie spoke the words that join i the |wo happy hearts. lin questions pointing direct to hit responsibility lor the man being in ane and thus having to he picked nn I-mil incarcerated in <>.:■ tody. I‘r. binders. Dr. A. D. ?havv, Or. Conner. Pr. fjreen. Pr. Thompson, Dr. i Hallman. Dr. Tribble. Dr. McOonno 1 and Pr. Push emit attended an intposy than was held ever ihe dea l body. They all found that every or sanlsm was perfect and that death co. Id noi have been due to any of the “diseases" which I'cige claimed this man was ii'hlie eij with. Keige testi fied that the man had cancer and a blood poison, and that there were run ning sores cn his lips and elsewho * when he took the fast. The jury ordered him held to aw Pt grand jury investigation of a charge of manalauehtor. STORM WARNINGS ISSUED. Washington. March m. Storm u a ruing* were ordered displayed to night by the weather bureau on the middle gulf tmd Texas coasts and on the Atlantic const from Portland to 'Hat terns. -o-— MBS. KREISFR IS RELEASED ON RGND MEN OFFERED TO GO ON BONO WHOSE WEALTH EQUALED HALF MILLION DOLLARS. Kansas City, Mn„ March m.—Mrs. Mary A ire Kreiser was released here today under a bond of $25,000. pihe had been in the county jail since last Saturday, when she was a.-rested and charged with first decree m'urder aft er her husband, Edward Kreiser, church organist and composer, had been shot and killed In tlieir home. .She went immediately to her home. filer release eanie after site had waived preliminary hearing before a .fustic of tiie peace, Nine men of more Ilian a do/ui who offered, qualified tc act as her surety for any amount tip to their total wealth of more than $500,(hMh Five linen were (o he per mitted to sign the bond, hut "our oth ers, resident s of Clay county, from where Mrs. Kreiser came here more than It y< ars ogo as a musical stu dent, ashed permission to hove their names placed on it as they “wished that honor," one of them said. Mrs. Kreiser spoke only a few words during the hearing and qaulifl eation of the bondsmen. By her side at police officers end her eight year old .son. Although heavily veiled it was apparent that she was not awed or confused. A crowd which had wait ed for several hours until the hearing commenced packed tfhe little court room. Mr Kreiser'* tria' was set f r the term of court starting April. That day being Sunday, the trial cannot I start until April 2. THE WAR IN BRIEF TH or fighting has taken place in pagne with the French with standing German attacks anti taking 1 further trenches, Paris reports. Ite tween It. itte Dll Mesnil and Mai sons tic ('ham pagne French troops took prisoners and niatie further gains north of the rtxid running between the two plates. The number of tier man - taken hv the French in the past two flays in this I'egioti totals 170. Three violent attacks were launch ed in t lie tie minus in the Maisons de Champagne eector. TIio German «f lor's failed. Paris says, and the at tackers left many dt'ad. The French attack Thursday. 0 is announced, !n ckisded tilt' blowing up of German works on a front of l.fiOO meters t.n a i depth of 600 to SOU meters. Herman trenches on height 1S5 and at Mai sons tie Champagne, Berlin re ports., wore entered by the French in the'r attacks, hut the positions were ater regained except for a farm near Height ls;>. Increased artillery action in the Champagne region is also an nouieod Klsewhere on' the western front there have t>et ti raids by i-Vom h. British and Herman troops. Vine raids London says, were made by the Her mans against British trendies north of Wlulverghem, between Armentieres and Ypres, Berlin pays H7 prisoners and two machine guns were captured in this region. London reports' the capture of some prisoners from the Herman raider- and a successful Brit ish mid south of Biaches. Colder weather again, a< com pnnled by gab's and snow >s interfering wi !v opera tions on t'he western Tcvtit. S \- hundred pri- tiers were taken !iy A' stroCicrman forces in an attack on nusKiao positions between tlie Tro tus and ttbc Vzntl val eys. in western Moldavia. Petrograd admits three leivhu were taken, but a<lds that the Buss'ntis are nvi k :n g counter attacks. There lias ) oen no marked activity in (lie other fie'ds. Petrograd report s some Hussion activity m rth of JOrzin gan, ’ll Armenia, end an advance .-oathwcs( of Pakkiz. Persia, toward Pie Turkish liorder. ’ambassador GERARD IS NEARING HAVANA Hawina. March 10—The Infanta T-awith forme:- Ambassad- r Ger ard and party on board Is expected to reach Havana ohaut o'c oftk tomor row mornitve. bin some time will efonse before the passengers disem bark. Mr. Gerard has sent a wireless ivies ape ashing reservation- fi r fifty-four lersons on the Governor Cobb, sailing 'rant Havana for Key West Mon'kny morning. ARMING OF MERCHANTMAN IS LINDER WAY DETAILS TAKEN UP TO PREVENT SLIGHTEST DELAY IN GRANT ING REQUESTS FOR DE FENSIVE ARMAMENT. WILL HAVE LULL BALKINIi OL TIE ADMINISTRATION In the Background Will Be the Entire Resources of the United States Ready for Action Should Germany Attack an American Armed Ship. Washington, M;mh 10 — The Amor iffin government today began the ac tual preparation to arm American merchantmen against Germany’s ruth less submarine warfare. Ship owners having been notified of President Wilson's decision that he tins full !e gal authority to proceed with the pol icy, details were taken up so there might lie the slightest delay possible in granting requests for defensive armament. When vessels sail under the policy of armed neutrality they will do so with the full backing of the adminis tration—expressed in the form of war risk insurance and naval guns and gunners. It was made clear today that in the background will lie the entire, resources of the United States —ready for action should Germany at tack an American armed ship in vio lation of the warning of the American government. The stale department’s view of de fensive armament as exprew-ed today, was that the mere appearance of a German submarine or its periscope near an American armed vessel would entllle the vessel to take all meas ures of protection on the presumption that the U-boat's purpose was hostile. This was based on Germany's an nouncement 'hat her submarines 'would attack without warning any belligerent or neutral merchantman encountered within the barred zone. Whether this position will he em bodied in Instructions to commanders of American armed ships and wheth er arms and ammunition will be fur nished to vessels carrying contraband were up for discussion today but no announcement on either point was authorized. The attitude ot President Wilson has "been that no steps of a belliger ent character should be taken and that if a state of war comes. It must be through Germany's commission of acts in clear violation of international law. Some officials close to the pres ident. are known to feel that In line with this policy the I’nited States should not sanction a shoot on sight program, which might be construed as aggression. President Wilson has sufficiently recovered from his Illness today to go over with Attorney General Greg ory legal questions in connection 'With the new policy of armed neutrality. Most ot these questions already have been settled, but for the present will not be discussed publicly by the gov ernment. Since the policy of the government In the papt has been not to Insure vessels carrying arms and ammuni tion to the belligerents, it has been considered probable that this attitude would be maintained. The lists of contraband article recognized by the I'nlted States differ widely from those drawn tip by the belligerents since the outbreak of the wtar and therefore it is believed that only ac tual munitions of war will be placed en the restricted lists for the pur l ose of determining what shi|>s are to lie insured. CERMANS SENTENCED EOR SINKING SHIP Florence. S. C„ March 10.—Eight officers of tho German steamship I.iobenft'is, sentenced here today to serve a year in th eiederal peniten tiary in Atlanta for sinking the ship in Charleston harbor, were taken to night to Charleston, where, it was expected, arrangements would be made to secure bond for their release : pending an appeal, llnnd for each of I the men was fixed at ?t;,onn. DEATH-BED CONFESSION CLEARS INNOCENT MAN SLIPPING OF NOOSE SAVED THE LIFE OF MAN CONVICTED OF ANOTHER’S CRIME. <’n!unilms. Miss. March to \ death-lied con l esion by Joseph Heard, ft tiirun- . announced today by the sheriff's office, ct'iirod of suspUd o WIIHatn Purvis, who year-. ago >‘><•111(0(1 doath by hanging cnly be cause iho ik(os«' about hies neck slip ped when tho trap wos sprung. f'livis was found frailly of killing non ambush William Huokloy. \\ lion lie loll from tho scaffold tinharmod it fie. tile r< pp slipped, spectators, who thought it mi Intervention of Provi dence, inl1 'toil tho authorities, to put likm back in jail and an appeal to th<> eovernor brought him a corn mutation rtf sentence. Re venal years. Inter Par vis w*is pardi tied. He now lives ip haniit, county. Heard, d'dig of pneumonia, con fessetl today that he and |vo oilin' men killed Thick ey. -i DAVID CRAIG IS SOME MOD RUNNER J. LOWE CANDIDATE IN FIFTH EVENT FINDS SOFT FOOTING SUITABLE AND WINS. Grumpy Was the Disappointment to the Talent of the Day and Finished Third in Feature Event. Yp ir-nlny the course at O.lkhrvu was deep in mud, and what Is known on the turf as the '• weh footed horses” had their ri;st inning of the meeting. The changed condition of the course was responsible for a number < f .-cratches. Inn there were substantia fields In all of the events and tflia competition wa.s as spirited as had the roiirse been fust. The crowd was up to the sUindard. regardless 0f the weather conditions. l>;iviil f'raig. tllt> t.nwo horse in tti•' filth ( vent, proved (lie kind cf tt track that In runs well on, for he led his field frrent tiie time Jockey Soberer sent away in front until uTter tl»«> wire was passed, Ifanovla and Kultnr were the contenders at the end, the running of Mars (\i.-sady in this event being rather <1 surprise to the talent. In the first event Manlster Toi un held the colors of (he imported horses and won a purse for the fi. If. Browns lm.rn. Ttice was in the saddle and showed a nice finish on this one. Ora tion. another imported horse, was ,se". ond, and Pasha get up in time to heat Proa for third. A’ex Getz and Jockey Morphy were the first to the wire in the second. Ed Howard from the Livingston hen was well liked by the talent, but had to he content with second place. Anna Kruter was left flutlooted at the post, but preserved and came alrns and was third. The Duke from (Hie Worthington barn mil with Lyke in the saddle were the fortunate combination In the third. Lukemae and Zim furnished (he con tention Grumpy was the reliance of the ta’ent pi the feature. I t Grumpy nor the field ever got far away from Brynlimah in the first part of t-ie [journey, and idiis one o ways finishes well, so tin purse went t<> the Lowe candidate. Opportunity moved t'ji in time to take the second place fr in Grumpy. In Hie sixth Turco received a well rated ride from Mcrimec and won go ing a wav from Impression, which had furnished 'he contention. Little String apparcntlj did not like the footing, and wa- tliird. DEMPSEY'S TURF GOSSIP judge Francis Nelson. who n Often Pel himself t'r<»m the judge's stand wlu n informiil that hi-- -on. Major Oregon Nelson. hud I .-(Ml Kill' d. In the Kurnpenn vutr, resumed his olfh lal duties ye.ster day. Jockey T.loyil (ientry was suspended in Ili finlli i> In- til'- judges. following his ride on itaggedy Man in Hit' first nos* yesterday. The officials hald that Gen try's effort was a very listless one. and Judge Nelson told him not to accept any mote mounts for the present at least. Jockey /a ke Shannon was set down tor one week for dlsols d'enre at the post hv Start* r 1 tade, and the same offi eial sttsoended Jiskev W. A. OflitoU mo days fot ,i similar offense. Joekev Lawrence Lyke piloted i pair nl winners \esterdsv. The Duke and I a vnllmah. This III lie lad is riding in exeellenl form at this meeting thus >ir. (Irani Hugh Ftrowne, wealthy nil around sportsman and rare linen owner, woo his first nurse since last fall when his lm • potted ",-vear-nld eolt. Minister Tol. scored In the first rare v-stenlav. Tin Itrowne stable raeed at New Orleans all winter, hut never gathered a iitirse. Man BILLINGSLEY TELLS STORY ABOUT GRAFT DECLARES IT BAD POLICY TO OF FER A MAN LESS THAN HE WILL TAKE. ALLEGES HE GAVE SEATTLE MAYOR $4,000 IN BILLS Efforts of the Defense Cross-Exam* amines to Entangle Billingsley Were Fruitless —Admitted Freely His Prosecutions In Oklahoma and West Virginia for Violating Laws. Seattle, Wash., March 10.—".Mayor (Sill did not, say ‘thank: you.’ He Just picked ut) (lie $1,000 roll of bills like a 'box of matches,” testified Logan Billingsley, formerly of Oklahoma, chief witness for the United States In the so-called liquor graft trials, when eross-exa mined today concern inn his alleged payment on August •'Ut, last, to Mayor Hiram €. dill for protection of Billingsley's liquor busi ness. Mayor dill, Thief of Pollco ('has. I.. Reckingbam, former Sheriff Hob < rt T. Hodge and four city doteetivefl are on trial in the United States dis trict court, charged with consplra/cy to violate the federal law's by Import ing liquor into the state of Washing ton. I The witne-s was asked how* he came to offer $4,000 to dill. He»xe^ piled: "It la had policy to offer a nmn less than he will take. I did not regard dill as a cheap man, but I took a chance with $4,000 and the mayor ac cepted.” Counsel for Hodge questioned Bll llngslc y concerning tlie contribution of $1,000 Billingsley swore be had made toward'a Hodge's campaign (und. Billingsley replied. "1 made the contribution to the campaign fund as an Investment. I asked friends about Hodge's chance of getting the republican nomination for governor and they told me the chances were good, and I gave $1, 000 voluntarily. 1 loaned $T>00 to Hodge. He told me he was hard up.” One after another cross-examiners for the defense endeavored to entan gle Billingsley. He answered readily, admitting freely his frequent prose cutions In Oklahoma tnd West Vir ginia for violation of prohibition and anti-gambling laws, but insisted that lie was an honest man because h© paid iiis debts and had never been \ guilty of perjury. When taken to task for bribing po licemen ho answered: “You don’t have to ask them to take money; they come to you." Billingsley denied that he had been promised immunity for his testimony for the government, although he tried to make an agreement. He made a special plea to the district attorney that the whole burden of punishment fall upon him and not on his broth ers, Fred and Ora, aged 24 and lb. i*tor Toi was handed around as a real "goal thing" yesterday on the strength of hi?* recent good workouts. Bert Brannon got In from Kansas City m time to see Alex Getz carry h.la coi ns to victory This made the second taco that the «on of I>ick Wellea-Ku } ropa won for Brannon since he claimed him at New Orleans. It looks like Bnin im.m made no mistake when he got J. C. •’ahn to train his horses her**, as Cahn has sent two horses to the post for his m w employer, Alex Oetz and Rhvme, <nd th»* former won while the latter fin ished second. I >lfn Lowe is the first owner to win two nurses in Hpe day, and he mad** It t ir< od one by winning n pair of handioapM. 1 irynlimah and l>avhl Craig w» re his two horses to turn the trick yesterday but both had to be ridden out to the limit to tret the verdict, as Brvnlimah heat Opportunitv hv the margin of a neck and D.ivid Craig scored over Hhnovla by half A length. Turco r> mighty lucky hor^p to win vem. rrtay as be iii'-t illtl net up on the Indd** aftsr * rok:£h trip. JocKey n \ MoTaggart. on rmorossion. rode in r alir-hnsr cou»e* *'ith his mount when close pressed end titiK was partly re sponsible for T.ittle String’* defeat. How over Tmno hung dose to the ml! and outran Impression in the final drive. Another new 1ecKey made his nnpear amv in the rider*' ranks vesterday in tin* pets.in of Jockev «T. M^’KpPVfr. We lode Jacobs In the fifth rooi hut the »r>aro cannot rtin n tick in the mud. so hLs presence made lihle or no difference. ^tarter A. n. TWIe s schooling list 1*1 now composed of Olelnner. P'tn's f*bnrm. *c* Toosfmaster. Ben-erft, Thirwprd PoHcr** Duly Mebef Pubsreh#**, flolalu, op«l Ads’ld. TTo*efn»*f ^‘uch wrM taken off If offer helm* ochpoled to tho satisfaction of the starter.