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the to Willis A. Reid, and daughter Helen W Reld, and Miss Marion Smith, all of Scranton. at is LITTLE BRIGHT EYES WAS NOT SPIRITUAL Could Talk Through a Telephone and Ride or Drive a Horse An Unexpected Sensation. NEW YORK, Aug. 27. Edward W. Vanderbilt, the lumber merchant and husband of Mrs. May S. Pepper, the spiritualist, who is being examined by a commission In lunacy in Brooklyn on the petition of his daughter that Mrs. Pepper's little Indian spirit control, Bright Eyes, is influencing him to give all his property to his wife and leave his children out in the cold, finished a two days' direct examination at the hands of the daughter's lawyers, William C. Rosenberg and Max L. Arn - stein, this afternoon and was turned over to his own counsel just before adjournment. The sixty - six year old husband of the Brooklyn spiritualist, let the lunacy commission and the special jury know just how much faith he has in "Bright Eyes" by telling how he has been in communication with Bright Eyes over the telephone. The telephone talks with the spirit always immediately followed a conversation with Mrs. Pepper. Mr. Vanderbilt also told how he gave Bright Eyes a worldly horse named Charley, which he did not think she ever used, and how a picture of Charley was in the locket that he sent to Mrs. Pepper through Bright . Eyes. The horse didn't live long enough under the spirit ownership, and in letters admitted in evidence Bright Eyes spoke of going out to see Charley's grave on Mr. Vanderbllt's Long Island farm. Counsel for, the plaintiff got Mr. Vanderbilt to Identify a batch of letters, Including one written by himself to Mrs. Pepper In Germany, with the initials 'B. E." on the envelope, one signed by Mrs. Pepper, several alleged to be from his dead wife 'through Bright Eyes, and a lot of them from Bright Eyes herself. In identifying tbi letters before being admitted in e j dence Mr. Vanderbilt . said that white I Bright Eyes' letters were all written by the little Indian acrobat, the envelope containing them were all addressed by Mrs. Pepper. By Fiene, Lajoie van's way runs be out Jones, Cobb, Downs. Niles, Stone. Yeager, Spencer, T. Powell, x St. Detroit Two Spencer. rifice Jones. off van. Detroit. At fireworks OFFICER REMOVED. LONDON, Aug. 28. According to the Standard, Captain Calder, of the British Giana police, who recently invaded Assassin Higgins, and May day. county, get Douglas capture, train today. sheriff, hanged sheriff left accosted asked should

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  1. The Scranton Republican,
  2. 29 Aug 1907, Thu,
  3. Page 2

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