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<>RK.? Bpecla] Frederick
J. Qntsnbj nrt i l< nt of th?
Companj. I
pear?-d from the bandsoi
l. '?
Mrs. f ?
known to tl
Oaly aervai
? who h
in 6
I le
he ?
t'o .
? mi?
ni y
? :
) O 11 V,.lllt
th?- wotnan with
'. hite.
"I'll i i both if you
snake a con
"No, 1 i
BOW,** the caller replied. "It will ruin
him In it' he is arrested al
this time and h s i fe with that other
woman him,
though. H living like a mil?
lion,, ?re, . '? ' ? a I m-? ? -room
Hat In a ten? i i can't ?ven
pay mj n nt tor that. All my jew
??lr\ d and . am prac?
The ?vornan then arranged with the
Just ici n Frank White and
? ourt officers, for
a raid on the Powi 11 hum?- that n
"It may inter.-'. >.-u to know who
this woman Is who has supplanted
m. b1 ? Id to Mr. White. "She is
a mentis r of <>v-- of the most proml
I famille? In n> w Tork and owns
.\t 11 o
th.- tu bed
|-..\\?'ll hoi!''
!.. ||. Th ? '1 the In
m and
Ite tin?! si?!?-.
The Rivals M. ? I.
m< i Quimby
he de
? I down. White
; '
? Interru
of Quimby.
." the ol
Sin- did
a i was married. I am sorry.
"Will ? home with
: the woman, whom by
apparently .
? Ife.
repll iby, still sob
till 1 < ! i ? ?
Followed by both women he went
and put on li?*
clothes hurrl
*?iie Had Bonghl ''Every Stitch."
"So you think you arc going i
v with those. do you?" shii'
woman In the nightgown. 'Til
v you that you won't. Didn't i
with my own money every stitch
you posa?
Quimby ran out of the floor a
his head.
Mrs. Quimby and the officers hur?
to tiif lawn and Joined Quimby,
who was watting at a safe distance.
To his ' my ery sorry,
dear. Very sorry."
"Come home with me and' weep
about your sorrow later," said she
?ly. "There's no time for tears
it was midnight when the party
reached Sayvillc. One ?wn??r
: he would be glad to let Qulmb>
and his wife have an auto if Quimby
would square a bill Quimby
a machine elsewhere and he
depart? d.
HEW \OKK_SpeeJaL?Police.
mnii ,l?-r?-iiii:ih >l?-nn>. tlilrlj-Mix
Jrnm ol?l. ?ni siiviiucly nMiK-ki'd
and bitten early by a large cat.
'1 In- iiiiiiinil ?Hi?-?- ila.o. |ir?'\ l?i?l"ly
darted Ir.mi l lie ?tn-i-i Into th?- ?lr>
Kiiniln ?.tor?- iiinilucli'd by Annul
liltkiissann. tn IOST >ii??iiN?in Av?
nur, nml r?-uinin?-?l on n hluli rnhelf,
refusing to ili-Kiiml nud piirlnk?- of
I iniilly l.i?-b?-rinniin. fenrhiK the
siiinnii weald niiini', celled in
Mrmn. The ??flleer. iirni?-?l Wttfc tits
nlubt Mlit-k mol his hnnd |ir?>t?*<-l?-?l
fkltli n riiiiii'iiiil, mounted n imcklnu
lio\ ?and puki'il the enl. It linpiil
fr?im lh?. shell ??n t?? the oBlrfr'M
MtH] Ihrrn Ills rnlncnnt over
lils heiid ami i>r?u??-l???l hin fm-e
from the il:i.<? <o llu- nut mil Is. Ils
(laws, himoor, sank lulo his linud
il ml it l.-li the <illie?r- rle.Ii! thumb.
.>lenn> sn?-?-?-?-?l?-?l hi wrapping bis
???ml nromid lio- ent. Tin' nuliiinl's
lirnln will ke ?-vi?nilii?-d liv r?r|iro
???-utiitlv? s et lb?- ll?mr<l ?if lleiilth.
makes charges
Complains to Interstate Commerce
Commission Against Railroads.
Grain Dealers Specified.
WASHINGTON, D. C? Special.?
The freight department of the Mer?
chants' I Memphis, Tenn..
in ;. nt to tin Interstate Com?
mer?a commission filed, all?
that the ? hi so, id < ?hio and
fourteen other railroads operating In
Assoi lation territory
discriminate against the exchi
charging unreasottabh
it is aso claimed that discrimina?
tion is practiced In favor of grain
dealers In Illinois, Indiana and Ohio.
Special.?In his speech here Wed?
nesday as temporary chairman of
the Republican State convention
William I?. Gutllrte, a lawyer. Of
New York city, devoted l?mself
principally to an attaek upon Col?
on? I Ihcodoro Roosevelt and the
prineiph-s of tin Progressive
President Taft's administration
was strongly defended, and in
telling why the Republicans at
Chicago u?-re i ?;;ht in nominat?
ing Mr. Taft Instead of ??x-l>r?--i
dent RooseveJl Mr. Gnthrie said:
"II?- (Roosevelt) bad fomented
more than any other man living
the discontent and class hatred
existing among oar people; he
bad assailed the Judiciary and
?inilermiiietl the confidence of ihe
jwopie in the Independence, in?
tegrity and impartiality of our
fudges; he had advocated strange
?doctrines; he bad shown that h<"
despised constitutional restraints;
In- hail held u- up to the world
as politically s dishonest people,
and he was known to be a So?
cialist at heart, although protest
Insj that he alone could save the
country from Socialism."
Governor Wilson, the Demo?
cratic presidential nominee, was
held up as "a free trailer, a raili
rai and an opportunist." snd the
Democratic national platform was
aasafled tor containing nothing
definite <?n the hi"; questions of
the hotir.
Murderer Captured.
MIDDL^TTOWN, X. V.? Special.
After a three-di y exciting chase
across country Andre Monea, who
murdered a fellow countryman 1
Sunday, was captured at daylight this
morning in a shack mar Franklin
Finn t.-, X. J.
He was completely exhausted and
\EW YORK.? Special.- Warn
in"; that the control of trusts.
tfsroagh Federal laeorporatlon
Ud regulation, would ?reate a
monstrous aamopoly of power
which, in the grasp of an unprin?
cipled man, could Ik' iis?hI to per
IM'tuatc his authority and make
film a dictator who might be
ftIHlhniW only bj a roolutlon.
Is souiideti hy Presldeni Taft hi
an interview printed in an even?
ing paper (the World) here Wed?
l>lseuft<dng this phase of the
Progressive platform, the Prcsl
?'.??ut Is quoted as saying: "Ii
v.? uld create tl??- most monstrous
monopoly of power la ihr history
??i the world?a power as much
greater, a~ much mon- autocratic,
i ! i.i n tiiat <?r a Caesar or a \;i
poleon as the business Interests
??r tii?' twentieth century are
greater, more domlnanl and Ear
readilng than ?rere those 2,000
or too years ago.
"An unprincipled man with
bum h power in in- grasp <*<>iii?l
pe?1 pe?nate his authority, perhaps,
under legitimate forms, and h?>
come dictator nntil his imid eonkl
Ik* shaken loose only by revotn
Discussing the tariff, tin* Pres
Ideni promised a reduction on a
scientific rallier than ;? haphaz?
ard baste, saying: "The tarit f
a?ould he revised so far as may
lu* necessary t?> keep prices from
being exorbitant, so that, us I
have explained in my speech of
acceptance, the manufactaree
?hall secure only enough protec?
tion i<> pay the sobI? of iii-_ii
wages which obtains and ought to
obtain in tins couiitry. and so
??ur?' a reasonable profit from the
This may h<* done by tin* <*?)ii
tinuance ?>i the tariff board's In?
vestigations Into the facts, which
would enable Congress and the
people tO know what the tariff
a> t?> each schedule onght t<? Ih*.
"The American public may rest
assured that should the Republi?
can party be restored to power
in all legislative branches all the
schedules In the present tariff of
which complain! is made will be
subjected to Investigation and
report without delay hy a com?
petent and impartial tariff hoard
and to the reduction ?>r change
which may be necessnry to square
the rates with facts, so far as
exeesslve prices might be <l<n* to
Illegal combinations, they can be
dealt wiih nndcr th?* anti-trust
Colonel Roosevelt Declares He Is
Now on Such a
LITTLE ROCK, A lib.- Special.
ii the Progressive part) does not
carry at least one of the south?
ern state? it will not be because
<>r any Inactivity on the part of
Colonel Roosevelt. Tin* ex-Presi?
de?t planged into tin* fight In
Oklahoma yesterday with his old
vim, and when he started in to?
day iu this Slat?' In- was even
more rigorous.
**We are out to break the Solid
South." observed the Colonel t?i
on?' of the Arkansas committee
men BS the train rolled in lure.
"iiiiuiv w?> can ?lo it?"
now in session
People of Pulaski Take Time Off
to Entertain Visiting
PI'LASKI. VA.? Special.?This
little city is iu gala attire
ami dtlaens and people from all
parts of ib<* surrounding country
.i< out in force to welcome the
Grand Camp, Confederate Veter
ans. which Is assembling here.
Sponsors and maids from every
chapter of the State In the United
Daughters of the Confederacy and
representative? and delegates
from nearly every state ?'jmu|> are
rapidly pouring Into Pulaski.
One of the largest representa?
tion? is from Richmond. Mrs.
.\. ?t. Montague, president of Lee
Chapter, United Daughters of
the Confederacy, arrived here t<>
day. With her ;irri\?*?l tin- Miss? -
.Mary CuTtlss niul .lain* Wingfteld,
sponsor and maid, respectively,
Comrades l>. A. Brown, .1. Taylor
Stratton and A. \\ Wren, from
l**e Camp, have arrived. Other
members of Lee Camp arc aald
IB lx* on their way.
I'ul.-iski folk? arc patting forth
every effort t?> royally entertain
tin* \isitors.
Hem, nwav at th?* Bone Ytird.
James A rlemanway, one? ?
tor from Indiana, and now an orna?
ment Of private life, was known for
many years as "Buffalo Hones." This
was because, when he went t<> Kan?
al the ;iro of ??ventean, he
a lot Of fertilising material in the
shape of buffalo bones ?cattOfad Over
th?- prairie, and unsuccessfully tried
to find a market for them. After
that Hufalo Hones bec amo a sewing
machine aeent and then a school
teacher.?The Popular Magazine.
i TO M \\ \\ no \\ WTI |>
l.oNt.l.K SP1 I i II.
? ?
to I end of t b ?
I lomer s. Ouiini ho hoard?.;
the ? ivernor
? nor.
that to
le man.
i ii i. \ui:; pfji :
CAMBRIDG ? cial. - K
In touch with .though
ltd M- ,
Schi i. A sit s also b?
employed In the London Medical Col
. ctrlcal con
: tiie pat
'has to do ia to pi ci the hand
water. The .
i rom the h
ried by wires to the Instrument re
t he heart beata
"It is now possible lor a physician
ys I >r. Pi i . y i :. Brown,
Harvard, "the h<
tient \\ ho may be hun?
dreds of miles away. In fact, he '
the heart action <>f a man
the " of the world. By this
trical device can be recorded every
movement of the heart and the mus?
cles about the heart, at any distt
through a systi m of relays simili
that used In telegraphy.
"The reci rdlng of a person's I
beats in this manner will really m
mote in the way of bringing certain
Important information befori
students than In aldhi
I physician In his recular pracl
tensive a m<
? t that the ordinary patient
I could not afford it."
NEW YORK.? Special.? It
learned- that preparations
being ma.le to proi>e Police Commla
sloner Waldo's policy in regard to
gambling, when the aldermanic police
mat': Investigating committee meets
again imxt Saturo
Emery R. Buckaer, chief coui
for the committee, decided upoiathis
move as a result of Commi.-J?r.er
Waldos testimony concerning tifg>ap
pointment of thlrty-aeven alleged per?
jurers to the police fore.-. ;ill> r the
m.n had been rejected by form, r Po?
lice Commissioner Cropsey.
Commissioner Waldo has kx
asked for a list of the men detailed
t.. watch outside alleged gambling
houses, and b?cause of his failure to
produce this Lawyer Buckner si
be -would r.-eaii the Police Commis?
WASHINGTON, D. < .? Special.?
Robert O. Bailey, Assistant Secretary
of the Treasury, has compli ted a list
of former Presidenta and other prom?
inent m.-n whose names are to
used on a m w s.ri.s of pap. r mom y
that ia about t.. be Isa
The fa.e ol hington
;apl>ear on the $1 bills; Thomas
ferson on the IS bills; Abraham Lin?
coln on the $5 bill
land on the |10; Alexander Hamilton.
. Andrew Jackson, $."><': Benjamin
Franklin, 1100: John Marshall, 1500;
Ilenry Clay, $1.000; John Marshall.
0; 1 lenry Clay, |l,00<>, and i
nt, $10,01
it is Mr. Baili y'a plan to have all
three branches? of the Government,
gteiative and Judicial, rep?
resented on the paper money. All of
the bills of the same denomination.
under the new plan, will hear the
th? same men.
Officiate at the Treasury Depart?
ment admit that the most dangi ?
, form of counterfeiting la bill ralalng.
By having billa Of the same denomi?
nation bear the same portrait? it
would be impossible for anyone to add
another cipher to a $10 bill and pass
it as a $100 bill. Another plan of
the Treasury Department to check
counterfeiting is to have the backs
Of tile bills alike.
Former Alabama Business Man i
Charged With Running an
Opium Den.
NEW YORK.- peclal.?Thai
bss than 250,000 pounds of opium
are Imported Into this city for illicit
purposes annually, against 76,000
nds brought here for legitimate
medicinal purposes, was* the declara?
tion today of Judge Hough, In the
United States Circuit Court, when he
tenced Frank R. Cooper t>. not less
than six months on Blackwell'l
land and to pay a tine of |
Cooper, a former reputable and
wealthy business man of Alabama, was
arrested a month ago, following a raid
by Federal offlcera on a house In
West Thirty-ninth Street, where he
ran an opium "parlor." Me was con?
victed by a Federal jury of selling and
smoking opium.
J/)S ANGELES.? Special. - The
Ii s C. i 'olsom ano' Thelma
rtee had carried out a suicide pact
by riding in an auto . enty-five
fOOt Cliff has been found to be a hoax
perpetrated by some one with a clev?
erness that has so far baffled the po?
Kvery new -paner in Los A
fooled by the story, which
als., wired '?' n papers, a- the
discos ,ry of b (ten which haO* been
cunningly planted sei m. .1 to confirm
it. as timed so that the
papers could not thoroughly lnv<
Th.- Times prints the following:
"A remarkable hoax, complete in
every detail cuted in such a
that it defied discovery, was sue
dly played on the Tunes early
Sunday morning and led to the print?
ing of a report of the supposed death
of Miles ''. Folsom, a young law stu?
dent and deputy ?unstable, an?! a wo?
man known an Thelma Bartee, <>f San
sic?>p by Ktoctrictty.
'PPTF-LilN*.? Special. - Dr. Nggel
sehmidt, of this city, announces that
ha has discovered an ele?-tric treat?
ment that will put a person to .?deep
at any time and also remove pain
from any part of tho body.
Mater of l-'artro.
MI NOT, N. IV A ? da]
. declared 6 1-2 por cent.
to ? reQt
made tins sbowi
or W. i? Swt et, who ta the P
or Governor ol No
Dak I: "My proposition is thai
cipality should not retain any
runda in ?' Its net fore
all revenues derived from sources om?
it taxation, such as taxes on util
i companies' groas earnings, etc
; profit from the business opera
the city, and as such should
in- distributed as a dividend among the
taxpayers who arc thi - stock?
holders in the municipal corporati
Mr. Sweet is an Ire and suc
man, and has fa
twice .Mayor of Fargo.
JttiAlt \\1 THING llir A
BIC H M O X D, VA?Special.?
Judging by thi demeanor of the
member? ol the executive committee
ol the 8tat< Highway Association, fol?
lowing s m?-, tin- in the office
President Anderson In the Mutual
building Tuesday evening, the move?
ment lor the proposed Richmond to
Washington highway, contrary to the
idea, which had previously gone
abroad, has lately received fresh im?
Th? "good news" received by the
committee is thought to hav? I
contained in the report of Captain P.
St Julien Wilson, stat?- Highway Com?
missioner. It is known that Mr. Wit
tively at work prapar
lag two BeW routes for the considera?
tion of the board ?d directors of the
lation. The report of Mr. Wil?
son is said to ha\e dealt largely with
tin- work already done In Stafford and
Prince William ? ? antl
Contracts foi the work in Stafford
county, it is -.?l tor the com?
pletion of :::i but six nul? s of the road
in that ?.?unity, it is also said that
in Prince William county arrange?
ments hav? been made ior the county
to take <. il but six miles, and
thai s ill i .? ? uough to build
avel road through the
count y.
Judging from previous information
one of the new routes seggested by
Mr. Wilson is by 1 ? am; th .
other by Aahburn, th? Pamunkey
Uiver and Qolansville to Frederii
i"or the purpose of maintaining the
new highway _'<? per all suh
scrlptlona by the stockholders is t-ct
. ami as the association is cap?
italized ?- r S100.000 th? sinking fund
will be $20,000 when all the st
been subscribed tor and tin- books
A meeting of the board of dit
tora '.'.ill be held October 8th at the
Jefferson ? ?tel at t o'clock in the
evening, it is said by Secretary All
port that the new route of th? high?
way will be adopted at this meeting,
: Will be begun i"t once.
TAN AM A. Special.?A report re?
ceived Is?re tssttaj soya tant i?\?-n
t?-li\t- \m<-ri?nu marine-, und forty
rebela have beea K. i i :.-?i in n inuu?
in -N ienrii^un. Tin- riimur la uu
Gave l|i ships.
WASHINGTON D. t.-Special.?
American bluejackets have been
placed on the American-owned
st cant?is plying Lake Niicaragaa,
according to diapatdM?s to the
State Department.
These vessels recently were
captured by the Nicaraguan
rebels and used in the bombard
incnt of s:mi Jorge ami other
town-, on the lake.
with the arrival of the Ameri?
can forces at (?ranada, however,
tin- rebels surrendered all bal
one of the ship- to the owners
and have promised to ???\<- up
the remaining one.
CHICAGO, II.f.. - Special.?Accord?
ing to t received here. Mayor
Carter li. Harrison, who is bunting
In tin- Province of Queb??c, baa
brought down the i ill moose
r killed in that part of the country.
Itl :i'lil>!.N;t.\T!\ i: OF CALIFOR?
NEW i'OTtK, Sept 25.?Abner B.
NEW YORK.-- Special.
Corlell, .New York representative of
the Standard Oil Company, of Cali?
fornia, which, before the dissolution,
was a leg of the Standard <>n Com?
pany, of New Jersey, testified before
Commissioner Jacobs In the Watt ts
Pierce bearing that since th?'
segregation he ?till maintained Quar?
ters at :.'''i Broadway, tbs same sa
Mr. Corlell was on th? stand I
than a minute.
Richard Tinsley, treasurer of the
'Standard, of New York, testified that
his company lad made loans to John
i?. Archbold and c H. Folger, Jr., of
the Standard, Of New J?-rsey, hut re?
fused to name the amounts. It was
announced that Mr. Archbold would
be subpoenaed the moment he ar?
rived la this country from England.
He is expected to testify next week.
??????????^?- I
RICHMOND, Vi, Special.?
raor Mann Wednesday allowed ?
brief respite to Fred Arrlngton, th?
Houston prisoner now In the ?hath
it the penitentiary awaiting ex
? ?< Utlon for the niurd.r of Thomas
A? to th.- judgment of the r
to dl? < '- tobef
2d, ' ?me ?i to his
?? have arisen the Governor re
d him until 1?.-.-. mber 6th. Mean
? he will look thoroughly into the
uiiicii Arrlngton
was due to a
w on; ,n. and the i
Ing the murder were aho< kin Dunn
? In the bai k, and after he
bad rallen pn hia slayer leaned
d shot him a se.ond time
in the 1
Th.- murdi I nnd made
his way to Indianapolis, where ap
on him. At . he allow, d
n that < . . him
to Hali?
fax to give ! ip.
Before qultlti
elved n rather neat scheine t<>
.? the Impression that he was
I. He procured a lot of bones
and partially buried them In an is<>
lated place with an old suit of his
clothes and his pistol. The murder?
er's Idea was to make people think
he had died in the field and licit the
body had long lain undiscovered.
There are many persons In Halifax
who say that Arrlngton cornea of ?
peculiarly excitable family. He has a
brother now serving a term in th?
drove him insane
TH1P0LI. Special. ? Urnen iii
sane from fright by his Brat **i-;iit
of ;m aeroplane In the >k> an
Arab Boidler in tin- Turkish camp
near. /.ansnr Oasis attempted to
kill Enver IWy. the Turkish coni
niam'cr-iii-i hicf in Tripoli, ac?
cording to a military dispatch
from tbe front today.
Tin- Arab lire?l a llllllill P-fllPg
army mnsket at the Turkish com
mander, but the slag missed its
mark sad th?* madman was over
powered before in* could renew
the attack.
The aeroplane was taken to the
camp ?if General Reteoll from
Derna, and has Im*cii used dally
b> two members of the aviation
? orps tor acont tint > ami to pre?
vent surpris?* attacks from hands
Of natives who an* ??instantly
Joining Envee Bey's main for?a.
One of the military ?viators, in
a mom?nt ?if daring, Sew almost
over the Turkish ? amp and vol?
planed near enough to earth t<>
iir?? his aerviee revolver lato a
group of Arabs wln> hail apparent?
ly just COBS? from th?* hinterland,
anil, unlike tlu'ir mor?* sophisti?
cated brethren along tin* coast,
had never before seen on? ?>f tin*
Italian aeroplanes in flight.
The Arabs fell upon th?*ir faces
in th?- sandy ?l?"?rrt afraid to
move. After a time on? of the
men Jamped to his feet, and, with
a aeries of load shouts, ran to a
tent and seised B musk?'t.
The attempt?'?! assassination fol
NEW YORK.? Special.? John J.
Dunbar, his wife, .Mrs. Frances Ime
BOn Dunbar. and her two children,
a b< ill. ten. Were at
breakfast Thursday In their home, 148
Brown Street, Jersey City, when the
doorbell rang. Th.- maid announced
that Police Lieutenant Preacott want?
ed to s.e Mr. Dunbar.
??What can I do for you, Lieuten
? asked' Dunbar, as he walked to
"Get your hat and accompany me
t.? the station house." replied Preacott
"1 have :i N.w York warrant for your
arrest on a charge of bigamy."
"You or no one else can ari.st nie
on such a ridiculous charge," said
Dunbar in aimer. "I have been living in
this house with my wit.- and step?
children since lt07 and have th?
spect ?if my neighbors 1 refuse to
ott told Dunbar resistance
WOUla' be futile ami Unless be consent?
ed to go quietly t<> the .station houae
be w ould be shackled.
Dunbar, a traveling salesman for a
New York cloth house, lias earned a
good salary and supported his hot
hold nest comfortably. Mrs. Dunbar
lias figured in Jersey City society dur
Ing the past year. She Joined her hus?
band, ami holding his arm said to
Pr< scott :
??Who Makes This Charge?"
"To arrest my huaband on such a
Charge is ridiculous Who makes this
"Mrs. Anna Key Walls Dunbar, who
- siie married Dunbar on Septem?
ber 20, 1801, in the United Preaby
n Church in Troy," said the of
"Her complaint says there are
two children, a girl twenty aim' a boy
eighteen, and that Dunbar disappeared
in February, 1907. Hater, she charges,
ii arned he had married in Bche
"1 have never been in Troy in my
life, never heard of this Anna K<\
Walls Dunbar or of her two children,"
Dunbar sain'. "However, if you ha\<
a warrant for my arrest there is noth?
ing tor me to <io but accompany you
to th.- poiice station. Give me my hat.
dear," he continued, turning to Mrs.
Dunbar. Then he kissed her and the
two children goodby and went to the
police station, where in- was hold to
await extradition.
Alter th.- arrest a telegram wai
to Mrs. Anna Key Walls Dunbar. She
arrived in Jersey City Thursday night
ami with Lieutenant l'lackshaw went
to the station where Dunbar was a
prisoner. On catching alghl of him
she cried:
"Why did you do this? Why did
you run away with Mrs. Frances Inie
BOn, whom I supposed to be one of
my best fr!enda, ami desert me and
the children'' I understand you now
say you never Were in Troy, never
heard of such ;: woman as Anna Kev
Walls Dunbar. lio you still insist on
tying me and your two children?"
While the woman was speaking
Dunbar hung his head. Not otuc oid
h<* so much as look at her. lie seem?
ed utterly unnerved. Again she asked:
"Do yon still deny that I am your
wife''" but lumbar did not reply.
According to Mrs. Dunbar Of Troy,
Hiere never was a better husband or
lather than Dunbar until Mrs. lino
BOn, a widow with two Children, came
into his life. Mrs. Dunbar and Mrs.
fmeaon were fast friends. When the
widow and lier children qull Troy.
following tbe disappearance of Dun?
bar, Mrs. Dunbar would not listen to
?stories that the husband and the
Widow bad eloped.
Then came news from Selon, etady
that Dunbar and Mrs. 1 meson had
been married th?-r?'. The first Mrs.
Dunbar got a copy of the marriage
record. From that day she has basa
searching for her husband. She got
traee of him a few days ago.
PHI HI A, PA Special.?The
bi >\\ i.mi storm wbl?ek i>as baas
drenching Hum city f<>? t\\" days shows
:>K. Mills situated
the Schuylklll River were llood
the heavy downpour of rain and
? ral of thera had to close.
rboats, ?ano. s. fallen
piles of d ti'iw n
\. r. The rain and high winds
ble for a jjreat num
rhout thi
Spetial. V ?gal s>n three issues
ta???! the 1*013 delegates to the
New York stai?- Itepublkan Con?
ten? ??ni when they met here.
The Bral and nsoal important
contest evolved about th?- con?
struction of it platform upon
whit h to make Hie sight u?-\t tall,
t hi-?- upon the heels of this dif
liCUlty followed the selection of
a Mutable candidate to head the
party, and next in line was a ? ani
palgn t<? eliminate any srmhlaarc
of bo??sin in the deliberations at
tin- convention hall.
Two tentative platforms had
been drawn up hy tin* factional
? snips of delegates. Members of
the radical ?amp had prepaned a
direct nomination plank, which
says, in substance:
"The people have boconas con?
vinced of th?- need of directly
electing their putty officers and
directly nominating their party
?andidate. w ?- promise Icglsla
tioit whit h will enact these prin?
ciples into law."
The radical platform caivied a
trong endorse meal of Governor
*.ii-h?s" administration, a plank
providing for the revision of the
Department Of Aglicnltnre and
the extension of Its duties, an?
other) for the Investigation of
every department of the sun?-,
with a view to affecting more rigid
economy in their administration.
<?n the other hand, the so-call?
ed rea?'tioitaries. or iniddle-ol'-the
road men. prominent among
whom are Willinnt llnr.iics. Jr.. of
Albany; William M. i\jns. of New
York: Temporary Chairman Wil?
liam l). Guthrie, of New York,
and Janus W. Wadsworth. Jr.,
prepared a document similar al?
most in every uuspcel to that
platform adopted by the State Re>
puhiicnii Convention of last
in neither document was in
rluded women's saffrage or the
Initiative, referendum and recall,
as applied either to officials or to
judicial decisions. Both plat?
forms embrace planks for th?- re
\isiott of th?- tariff ?low award by
means of a tariff commission, a
workmen's compensation act and
the reform of th?? banking sys?
The main Struggle was h?-t\veett
tin- followers of ?loh I!. Hedges
and ?taints- W. Wadsworth. with
William s. Rennet and Egbert E.
Woodbary, of Chaataaaaa county,
aaaadng close, in the ?ubit'iBaiiwIsI
There is it strong lielief that a
?lark horse will Ik- ultimately se?
lected. Almost twenty candidates
for the gabernatorlal nomination
\v?-re in the ti?-ltl today.
NRW YOlih.? Special.? When
Reynolds lor-iucy. murderer,
??Maine fit-nil and all-romid "bail
man," es?'a|H-<l from th?- Tombs,
as h?- predicted he would, neither
he nor hi- sweetheart, Margaret
Ryan, who made hi- escape pos?
sible, had enough money to bless
tli?nis?-l\?-s with, and it was this
lack of cash that led to 1'ors
hr?->'s recapture last night. This
he? anic known today uiih the full
-lory of how l'or-hrt\\ and the
Ryan uiri -pent their time during
the Interval of his lr?-?-doni.
Th?- girl, who is yoaag and
pretty, ii\?-?l in a three-room fur?
nished tlat. which was rented for
Porsbrej by an alleged "brother,*'
who paid the lirst week's rent. Sti.
In order to get enough money
to keep things going, the girl
worked in a clothing factory un?
der an asnamed name, and it
wa- her going to and from the
li?t that finally gar? the police
their clew.
The girl, who is naturally a bru?
nette, bleached her hair and eye?
brows as soon as Forsbrey made
his escape and he dyed his hair
black, grew a moustache and dyed
Hut the girl, in spite of her
changed appearance, was recog?
nised on lu-r way from h?*r work
to the tlat. If tin- couple had had
mon- money sin- would not have
been compelled to earn any. ami
they probably could have re?
mained in hiding Indefinitely.
AeeuriliiiK I?? n lit-, -n iiu?-iic> ills
palclt reeched hers. front
'1'M?lM?hknr, M ti u <-li ii r hi, ? liliics?- sol
?ii?-:> have iiiiiHMUTt'il .".oho M?sj
uollniis In the pro, in<-?-M miller the
doininiiiii ol l'rlnee Oiliii, In laisl
<-rn lloiiKolin, iit-nr ?tie >liiii?-tiiirliiii
lio- Chinese troop*, uim tuui bean
s?-nI ?iKiil'isl tlie torees ?I th? Miui
juroliiiii ko\ ?tiiiik-iiI, broke nil re
Htrniiit. ?Illanlas sad bamlna
iiioiuiNlertt-M mu? oilier liiiildinus
?-ontlilniiiK rieh loot, ii ii ?I iiiunler
Inji men, women nuil elilhlreii.
S?-\t-rnl simili t?wna were Imrnril.
It Im reported iiere (lint Itii-siiin
trutips miiv l><- Meut into Mongolia
from Tu r k es t mi to support Itns
sln's prafgaale? of friendship for
th?- lit engalla? government, whleh
Im sea mi ii ii loimiii ?. The eomilr.v
??us I<.i'iii?-rl> it < hi?ese dependency,
A.?rilinjLC In the t ?-I?'K rani the
Chinese Holiller? ?re still out of
IihihI und uiioth<-r oiilbreiik Is e\
Charles H. Shne \he First Chirk
to Seek Office in
ROSTOV, MASS. Special.?
Charles H. Mme. a Chinaman, the
first (o seek public office in the
United States, and who was nom?
inated as representative to (la
State Legislature by the regular
Republican organisation in Ward
7, declared today that he was a
supporter of Colonel ltoosc\clt.
shue was nominated to opposa
John I/. Donovan. Democrat.
Shue is thirty-nine years of
age. a native of the United States,
born in Seattle, married, and has
three children.
It Is said that there is no room
Congress for the forty-two members
of the House who are to be elected this
year. Why not work the congressmen
on; half time so that they could only
accomplish half of the usual mis?
chief??Norfolk Virginian-Pilot.
Lawyer Believes the State Has
Absolutely Failed to Sustain
Its Charge.
8HIBH, >. v. SpaeM \t
tOI M \ I.Ill OUI W. l?ibf*OU '.
ilt-i lar??l in hte cell here that he
will not !>?' Indicted tor lie min?
der of th?- t'oiiims- KosB M? ???
schik s/aho. The prosrcutlon. ac?
cording to tin- a? ?'ii*-??! lawyer,
ha? failed to corrobor?t?* BB. of
th?- evklence it t*lnlms to luivt*
against him and In- and his wil?'
arc confident thai he will be a
lic?> man in a short Ilute.
SINGER'S 1 M.i: III \T sin slid CK
him <*\ n:u\(K \no\ is i \.
I Bl I . KA1 s II \.\IMI RSI I IN.
MOW YORK.? Special Oscar
Hamnierstein Monda) brought smt iu
the Supreme Court lor dumages for
1100,. ab. ging libel, against !?"?
Lyne, the young American soprano
who scored one of tbe most emphatic
Individual hita ol any of the tlam
mersteln singers in the American Im
preaaario's London Opera House last
season. The suit was brought through
Mr. Hammerstein's attorneys, lb
Grossman A Vorhaus, of 115 ?road?
way, and service Was mad.- ^n .Miss
Lyne Monday afternoon at the .\i>. i
deen Hot. I, Mr. Grossman said Mon?
day night.
The action was based on statements
the singer is alleged i>> have made t..
reporters upon lu r arrival here from
England last Saturday. ?te?
niente ware that Miss Lyne h
struck Mr. I lamiiicrstein across the
face with a music roll dur In . a m
i-el w ith him in the London Op<
1 louse last Spring b< I in?
sulted her, and that the in ;
could not return to London to
opera because be was a dead i
in the operatic puddle, and that if
he did return he would be stoned
of town.
"M iss Lj m- was rel
letto' one ?lay last Mav when 1
downstairs tor cuitan.? Merola, who
was conducting the rehearsal. He did
not come, so l went down after him.
H.r mother made some remarks aid
1 told ht r i! was none of h? r !
ii ess.
"1 didn't even see the little one.
hut afterward Mr. Merola told
she slamm.-d down her score and
stamped her foot. I forgot the afl
and now Miss Lyne comet over here
ami. according to the papers, makes
it appear that I. insulted her and that
she struck me. sic would u*i\e the
idea that 1 am a ruffian. She must
go into court and be made to tell the
real truth. 1 have plenty of wit?
nesses hete with me who will say
that it was as 1 have told you.
'1 took h.r from her t< acher when
no one else wanted her. studied her
capabilities, and she made a name for
herself. 1 do not claim any < redit
for this. be. ?use it was my bus.
to do SO."
At the Aberdeen Monday night it
was said Miss Lyne and her mother
hsd given up their rooms there dur?
ing th?' afternoon.
wilson winner
in new:?ey
TRENTON, \. .1. Sp?cial
>Votlncsila\*s returns from Hie State
wid?' primaries in Men Jersc)
show an overwhelming defeat tor
James Smith, jr., in the Demo?
cratic preferential contest roe
United state-? senator and ;i vic?
tor) i??r Governor Wilson'? cliolce,
ex-Congressman William Hughes.
Th?' forces behind \\ llson rolled
up more than 20,000 plurality for
The Governor's friend-. ar?'
jubilant, as the D?mocratie presi?
dential candidate has frequently
denounced smith as a boss of the
old Democratic regime ami unlit
for tin- United States Senat?-.
i ?es county supported smith
h*, a boot a to i. hut the remain?
ing twenty connues went for
Hughes ran about ~ to i
against Smith in Bfonmouth; 5
to 1 iu Mercer ami about :'. to I
in Hudson. Smith received about
23,000 unes ami Hughes about
United States Senator Trank O.
Briggs, who seek? re-?.lection on
the Republican ticket, was unop?
The following congressmen
have been renominated*
Democrats?Thomas J, Scully,
W. i:. Tutti?'. Jr., and i:. F. Kin
it?-publican?John .1. Gardner.
NEW YORK_Special.?After ?
good aight- rest, during which he
slept undisturbed, despite a tir?*
scar?* in the OolIIngwood Hotel,
Governor Woodrow Wilson. Dem?
ocratic nominee for President, left
the Grand t'entrai Station at 11
o'clock today in his private car,
on his ferst campaign swing
through New England.
"What do you think Of the NVw
Jersey primaries, ami th?* over?
whelming defeat of former United
stat?">. Senator Smith?" Governor
W llson was asked.
"is anybody surprised?" was
the reply.
"What, in your opinion, is the
moral of the defeat of Mr.
Smith?'' th?- nominee was asked.
The absolute defeat of boss
rule," was the quick rejoinder.
"it means." th?* candidate eon
tinned, "that boss rule cannot rule
in N?'w Jersey. It is tin* complete
overthrowing of the boss."
Mr. Wilson wiis asked If he had
read the Interview with President
Taft, published today, in which
the President upheld th?' Republi?
can tarlfl views."
"I never argue over what is con?
tained in Interviews I reply to
those chaa_M In my speeches,"
It?' said.
MYSTERIOUS M \\ loi Mi who is
vio\? vi.AlWi' GIBSON.
XKYV YORK. Special.- A mysterious
srltness m the .states case agaln-t
Lawyer Burton W. Gibson, accused ol
the murder of the countess ?
Menschlk S-abo, It was learned today
lias been discovered and win appear at
tbe hearing before Judge Boyce on
Discussing this new witness Lawyer
Kleiner, counsel for the Austrian con?
sulate, said this afternoon: "it won't
be necessary to pul anyone else on the
.stand to hav? Gibson held and t<> se?
cure his Indictment."
It was learned that this man was
well acquainted with both the Countess
and Lawyer Gibson and that lie came
to this country twenty yearn ago, but
all further Information regarding him
was refused.

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