Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on November 14, 1907 · Page 1
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Iola, Kansas
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Thursday, November 14, 1907
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ail i« ' TOL. IX. ». M. Whole Ho. fM. SIX PAGE& lOLl, KANSAS, 5dfBMBU II, IM^tEUi^AY BTEHIirG., SIX PAGI8. 2 CAltS CEMENT BURN FIBE DESTBOIJED 1280 SACKS OF f t 'EMiarr-Ldss ABOUT ISOOO. CARS WERE STANDING ON SWITCH PHOMPT WOKK OF SEC'TIO.N 1 ^ UAM)S SAVED CAKS >EABBY. Origin of the Fire Is a. Mystery—One- Car WHS to Be Sent to Mont»n« and One to Iowa. •Two box cars, one coatainiug six hundred and eighty sacks and the other six hundred sacks of cement were totally destroyed by Are yesterday afternoon while standing on the Katy switch about one half mile from Gas City and near, the Kansas Portland cement plant. The cars were valued at about fl.OOO each and the cement which w'as destroyed by the fire was valued at about 1600. The cars had been filled In the morn lug with the sacked cement and run out on the switch with about fourteen other freight cars which were also being loaded with cement. About one o'clock ID the afternoon as the section hands were returning to their work, they discovered j that the two cars were burning. Hy the time they could reach them and uncouple them from the train of sixteen cars in order to prevent the entire string from burning the fire had succeeded in getting such a headway that they could do nothing but watch the flames and see that they did not spread. Up l« date the origin of the fire is a mystery. The fire was so far under way when first peen that it was impossible for the men who discovered it to tell whether it started from the interior of the car j or on the outside. 'ffytt tl^g flyoea not been dijcovered wfiert&ey were and the burning cars uncoupled from the others, it would have been but a short time before the entire string of sixteen cars would have been a mass of flames and a loss of several thousand dollars sustained. One of the cars which was burned was filled with six hundred and eighty sacks and was billed for a point in Montana, and the other was filled w;^ith six hundred sacks of cement anJSiwas billed for a poin^ in Iowa. The loss which|wtll amount to about $3,000 is covered by insurance. The cars were in charge of the Missouri FCansas & Texas Railway company and this company will be held directly reji'onsible for the loss of the cement. LEASES TEN TRACTS. Mona.-ch Cement Plant Leases Several Hundred Acres. _L<.a;>es on several hundred acres of land near HumboMt were filed today in the register of deed's office in favor of O. C. Brett and the Humboldt board of trade. It is said that the leases are really taken by the Monarch Portland Cement company now uuder construction at Humboldt. Tiie following are the people from whom the Isases were secured and tte Lumber of acres in the tracts: , M. Kemmerer, 80 acres. Mary Bamett, 80 acres. Mary Harnett et al, 80 acres. L Chicken, 120 acres. Will. CaUon. 31 acres. J. <;. E31ison. 80 acres. Gi -jr^s McEntyre. 80 acres. O'Br en. 200 acres. J *' Malsbur>-. 80 acres. E. H. Leitzbach. 80 acres. i:i the excepUoB of the Leitzbach lea£>! which Is knade to the Humboldt loard oftrade, all are made to O. C Brejt. mT HABBIS JURY. Greater Fart of ForeaooB Take* Up —ttltoessei* Examined. The case of the State vs. Jlr. and Mrs. B. S(. Harris, who are charged with working on Sunday in violation ofV ^he stitte laws, is being tried in Justice Platter's court today. The most of il.e forenoon session was de vote-d to Efldpanellihg a jury. Wallace Anderson, assistant county attorney, ttated the case to the jury C. H. .\pt,< in stating the case,of the defendant, made a d'istinction bo tween business and labor. He said that, they intended to show that the defendant was not laboring, but was conducting a business place. This Mr. Apt siiys, is in accordance with the statutes.' Immediately after the afteraoon session of court wa^s called. E. P Fuller took the stand. He stateri that tlr. Harris was in the lamp liouso whsn Sheriff C. O Bollinger c».me in and 8er \ed the warrant but" (^id not remember seeing him at work. Sheriff C, O. Bollinger, tlie next witness for the state, was called. He stated that he came in and watched tlie pictures which were being shown for about fifteen or twenty minutes hefore servi^ig the warrant. After he looked at the pictures for about that length of time he said that he, crawl ed onto a tiible which stood in front of the lamp house where he found Jlr. Harris turning the crank which threw the i^ictures on the canvass and lold him. that he had a warrant Upon being closely questioned, Mr. Bollinger stated that he would think that the turning of the crank which Ml. Harris was doing would be labor. E. S, Harris, defendant in (he case was theii sent to the stand. He stated lliat he observed Saturday as his Sund.ay and ^hat it had been his religious lielief'for some time. He also stated that ilje turning of the crank which threw jhe pictures on the can- .vas, was not considered work by the profession. INVENTED CURE FOR BALDNESS. Ed. Dunfee Has Treatment for Use of Bald-Headed Club. Ed. Ihfnfee. the jovial barber at the Hershbevger barber shop, has laid d'eep dark plot to put the Bald-Head, ei! c'.ub- out of business. For some iine be has been working on a treat mem to:- Bald-heads, and he now announces that he has so far |per ftctcd it that the rich growth of giossy hair, which is the pleasant memory "of many a man may rie-ap- pear. His discovery became known last night and without any official announcement the members of the Bald Htaded club called upon him .i fifteen minutes inquire whether tlie rsport was a joke or the | real thing. Mr. Dunfee insisted that he had been experimenting with a mialig- nant case,.and that where once a Ser>' scant crop of sickiy. jpiuch-petted h &ii-s held sway, a haalthy growth is now appearing. Mr. Bunfee's treatment consists largely of hot applications. Hfe says there is no secret about it.r Frahk Travis Is expected to cut short -his visit to the South when the glad tidings reache him. AITO; MMBEBS ABE HERE. Owncri of Motors Can^tiet Them at City -ClerfcS Office. FIND FRAUDULENT DEEDS. Senators Curtis j and Teller Probing Indian Land Sales. OK'iihoma City, Nov. li.—Senators Ctiab Curtis of j Kansas, and E. M. Teller, of Colorado, passed through tls city today enroute to Shawnee. Oklahoma ,to ctjotteue an investiga- tiun of the Kickapoo land frauds. It i« said the investigation so far has ttficov.'red forty fraudxilent deeds. Death of C. A. Brsckatt Kanias City. Nor. 14.— Charles A. Bruchett. pi ctt Cement of heart (bur year^. throughout •«C the C A. Brock at this city, died ased sixty- well kBOvn City Clerk " Wendorff wishes it known that owners of auotmobiles can now 1 get 'the numbers for their machines at h»s office,-and thus abide the auto ordinance. The numbers arrived today "and are being placed on leather pads at the Heigele jhar- nessjshop. TlVe numbers are mac^e of aluminum.' TLe auto ordinahce passed by the couiicil some time ago ipro- vides that all' machines must kave numbers. H. B .-REY>IOLDS GETS 9500.; K. & L. of 8^. Allowed Warrant.Be­ cause^ of Member's AfnictionJ Henry B, Reynolds, of 616 South Walnut str^t,' who lost bis eyeilght on August Hii has received a warrant from the Knights and Ladi« B Of Security ordei^ for $500 on a $ .boO policy can-led .in that order as a dis ability claltp. The cause of Mr. Hey- nolds' affliction has twined the phy siciaus. Hi E Fowler, financier for the order, received word today that Mr. Reynoids' tclaim had been altow- ed. A frwNier III. Bristol. NoT.J 14.-^>remier Sir kea- ry CampbaH, hvautmaa, ia crttjieal- lylll. , is' SEN. SMOOT LOST OUT UTAH SENATOR BEAT£> AT ALL POINTS IX THE ELECTION. THE MORMONS WERE FAITHLESS JOINED AMERICANS TO ELECT PHOVO CITY COUNCILMEN. Salt Lake City Gave Bransford ofiW Plorality—Smoot May Go Out of PoUticN. Salt Lake City, Nov. 14.—Utah poll- tic'aus. Relieve that Senator Reed Smoot, Mormon apostle, will not seek r.-i-election, but will retire from all active participation in polities. The defeat which all his friends and his tickets suffered at the election last week will be the cause for his retirement, if he does step down and out. A movement has been started among gentile Republicans In Utah to get a petition signed by thousands of Republicans asking Smoot to adopt the course Indicated. At the polls Utah voters delivered the most crush Ing. stinging rebuke to Smoot that he ever received in his political career. It was humiliating because ho will have no excuse to offer for it whon he gets back to Wtashington^ and is questioned by the President and the other national party leaders. Even Lost His Own Ward. His own ward in his home town, Provo. gave the Damocrats a majority over the Republican ticket. The chief four cities in Utah repudiated Smoot and his followers. Salt Lake Cit.v, the capital, gave John S. Bransford. American, a plura'ity of 5.609 over Dr. Plummer. the Smoot Republican- Church candidate for mayor. Smoot and his crowd amou^i the iformons. who stilr songht revenge at the polls against the Americans, formed a fusion ticket for the city council. Even the American party leaders did not hope for the election of more than four new members of the council, and it would not bet that more than three, if that many, were elected. But the conservt^^ive antl- church-politics Mormons secrelty joined with the Americans and sent five new members to the council under the American banner, which gives the anti-Smoot forces a majority of three in the council. Every candidate for city oflJces on the anti-Smooth ticket was elected. No Other Large Cities. Liogan, one of the most Important cities in the state, is the home of Representative Howell who wa.s made politically by Smoot. There the apos- tlogot another jolt. Wlliam Ed wards. Democrat. wa« elected mayor. Democratis recorder, city marshal and a majority of the coimc'l were 3lected over Smoot's candidates. Ogden got in line with the enemies Oi Smoot and helped write his doom at the polls. Alexander Brewer, the Democratic candidate for mayor, ran away from Smoot's candidate. Three Democratic councilmen were elected also, making the strength of the council evenly divided between Republicans and Democrats. THE WEATHER. ForecMt for Kusasi—Fair toalyht and FrMayrwtfBMr toalgkt and I B east pertloB l^May. Data recorded at local office U. S. Weather Bureau, yesterday, today, and a year ago.' NoTemher 13. Yesterday. Yr. Ago CO tC 4r. 40 2 p. m. 4 p. tu. 6 p. m. 8 p. m. 10 p. m. 32 12 midnight 30 Max. Temp ..u2 Min. Temp 20 Preclp. 7 p. m <> November 14. Today. Yr. Ago 2 a. m. / 4 a. m. . 6 a. m. 8 a. m. . 10 a. m. 12 noon .27 22 24 31 38 31 28 31 29 44 r.3 TO PASS HASKELL UP FRANTZ WILL TAKE NO FART IN THE INAUGURAL CEREITONIES. WONT SACRIFICE S(LF-RESPECT THAT IS WHAT HE THINKS REC- OUNITION WOULD MEAN- HaskeU Says He Is Too Basy Dhcnss the Matter at PreseaL to GALLOWAY CALLED DUEBSON. A«ctloM«r. at a Big S<slc. Was TeUiag Aboit WaU Street, StCn Wken He Had to Rio. Preclp. 7 a. m 0 FEAR THE 6REEH BUGS KlQwa Connty Farmers Are Consider ably Worried. Havlland, Kae, Nov. 14.—There Is considerable uneasiness about the green bugs as they are in evidence to quite an extent in this section, and there are eggs, or what seems to bo eggs, on the underside of the blades by the millions. A sampl^ •of wheat has been sent to Manhattan collace to se if they can tell whether it is a living egg or not, and what kind of an egg it is. In soine places the wheat has begun to show yellow, though the ground is In perfect condltipn. Only the very early sown wheat seems affected. The wheat this fall is the rankest growth eeen in twenty years of farming in Kiowa county. One acre of September sown wheat will keep a spring calf all winter, and there will be an abundance of feed this winter. Corn husking' is in full blafit. and is >-ietding a fihc x:rop. Grain and stock are much lower than two weeks ago and very litle is going to market Kiowa county farmers are not compelled to sell anything at present. TO DRAINAGE MEETING. CHURCH TOO COLD FOR USE. East lola Revival Services Postponed During Shortage of Gas. The tenyxirary thortage of gas ear- this week caused the postponement of the revival services which were progress at the East lola Methodist church. The last meeting was held Sunday night but the cold snap Monday caught the church without a good supply of gas and BO the pastor. Rev. Harkness,' decided to postpone the meetings. Last night the church Was warm enough to allow the hold- iiig of prayer meeting sen-ice. The revival meetings have been continued one week longer but will probably not be started again until several weeks later. A ZINC TRUST. New OrfaaliatloB ia Ckieage iBteaded to CoBtroI SUte latemta. Chicago. Nov. 14.—A new industrial trust, which is intended to ultimately control the sine milling and mana- facturlns businesa of the country, has been orsaniaed In Chicago byithe ooa Bolidation of the leadins minlas la- teraata oT Wiacons^n and Mis^owL It U capitaliied at twenty mllUoas U MUra. Delegation of lolans Went to Hum boldt Today. A delegation of lola men headed by Captain H. A. Ewlng left this afternoon for Humboldt to attend the drain age meeting . The meeting is to be held in the opera house and Is to be atended by delegates from every town ship from Emporia to the southern Kansas line. The meeting is a very Imiwrtant one as steps are to be taken toward following up the suggestions of the government engineer J. O. Wright, with reference to building dikes io prevent the overflow of the Neosho. RUSSIAN PARLIAMENT OPEN. City of St. Petersbarg Qaiet During Official SeasloB. St. Petersburg. Nov. 15.—The third session of parliament opened in the Tauride palace this morning in the presence of Premier Stolypin and the cabinets. The city was perfectly quiet. .\ few hundred students gathered in the vicinity of the palace but did not attemiit to make a demonstra- Uon. Boiler Plant Exploded. Cincinnati, O.. Nov. 14.—Two men were killed by the explosion of the boiler plant at J. WoUer & Co.'s manufactories this morning. THE JURY COMPLETE Bradley Trial Will Be Condncted Now —PrteOBcr's Mother la Coart. Washington. Nov. 14.— The jury in the Bradley trial was completed before noon today. District Attorney Turner Immediately bekkn the presentation of the case for the government Mrs. Bradley was again a:companied by her mother but as on yesterday, the two sat apart, the elder lady taking a seat ten or twelve leet distant from the younger. GOLD FROM ENGLAND tlMSMM tai BMIUM WI I B« HB4e iBto EMfk* at PUMclpila Vlit. Phlladalphia. Pa.. Nor. 1- .—Ten mil lion dollara in gold \ bonl ion from Etesland waa receiredl at t%* mint to­ la to day and will at ooot be MglM for AflMricu dicvtaktlon. _-&itfiFie, Okia., Nov. 14.—Governor Frank Krantz will participate in no way in the ceremonies attending the inauguration of C. N. Haskell as governor of Oklahoma. Governor Frantz says that he would not even ride iir a carriage with Haskell^HeHlso says other things not-^complimentary to the new^ovefnor. Governor Frantz feels that any per- aonal or official recognition of Haskell hy him would be at the sacrlOce of his self-respetc. The feeling shown by Governor Frantz is due to an attacl on his personal character and a refer ence to his family made by Haskell in a campaign speech in Shawnee. Haskell asserted that Frantz was responsible for the attacks made upon him by the republican campaign com mittee and that his attack u|x>n Frantz was retaliatory. Frantt denied then as he does now that he was responsible in any way for the newspaper articles that were printed about Haskell in the campaign. When asked about the matter. Mr. Haskell merely said: "1 have so many big things to consider and talk about that really I must ecoiiomlze my time." STATE ON SATURDAY, President RooseTett WOI Sign Froc- tamatioB OB Satardsy. TAYLOR WILL TESTIFY Washington, Nov. 14.—President Roosevelt will sign a proclamation admitting Oklahoma and the Indian Territory to statehood at ten o'clock next Saturday morning, britigins «.c p^^^^ Ju^to-'come "ru''!,?^^ " °? Democratic Stonghold. which will be at none o clock central Ume. (Ft. Scott Tribune.) Auctioneer John Duerson. the inimitable, was the star play;- at rather a Sensational feature oi one of his sales the other day. The story is a good one. John makes his "spiels" always up- to-date. He tapts of current subjects interspersing hiS business with a good deal of mirth. What is there for an up-to-date auctioneer to talk abobt now but Wall street and the financial situation? Well, at the big W. M. Turner sale of thoroughbred Galloway cattle neaf I'niontown a couple of days ago John took occasion to make some comment on the financial troubles. He laid the blame on Wall street and wrung in the "bulls" and the "bears" of that great gambling hole for a round (if excoriation.^ohn had just disposed of a G^Howay bull's consort, and she was standing close by, when he was telling~how long faced his Bourbon county repu^ lican friends are at this time on account of the unfortunate condition of money matters right on the eve Of a presidential campaign. He told his hearers that in Fprt Scott Shannon Jones and a lot more republicans were so down in the mouth that ^he barbers were charging them twenty cents for a shave, it was at this juncture that the cow finally Interpreted the auctioneer's refcrenc'e to the Wall street bulls as a reflection upon her husband and she made, for Mr. Duerson with a sudden and most menacing rush. John fell from his perch and made as hasty and as graceful a getaway as a short legged, fat man could getting through a barbed wire fence Just in time to prevent at least a serious breach of his nether garment. The crowd finally suppressed the cow's rash designs toward the-^uc- tioueer and pnt her at the end of a good halter. Then John came back through the fence, took his inafprovlsed platform f rom whidi he had been crying the sale and said: Gentlemen, what T said about bulla referred wholly to Wall street bulls. As I suggested .they can't bluff me. But I don't watn any engagement with a Galloway bull, nor with any of his wives." UNO 01 WAieil AMPHIBIOUS MOTOR PLL'NGED IS* TO THE HUDSON BITEB. i WAS INVENTED BY REUIUERS CROWD OF EITERTS SAW TMB TRIAL NEAR FOBT WASHDfGTOir. tjn>tor Draws Twenty-two Inckes a* Water—Looks Like Yawl Boat ...i From FIRE FROM GAS STOVE. Small Blaze at the Residence of E. G. Come. The fire department was called to the residence of E. G. Come at. 602 South Second street this afternoon to put out a flro which originated from a gas stove. The family had gone across the street to see a neighbor and remained for some time. The gas came on and the floor took fire. The department checked the flames with out difficulty. 1000 MEN TO STRIKE. Employees of Street Railway of Louisville Will Quit Tonight. Louisville. Ky.. Nov. 14.—Th? local oiganization of the Amalgamated Association of Street and Electric Railway Employees of America, today declared a strike against the Louisville Street Railway company, to be in effect at midnight. One thousand men are affected. The employees won partial victory in the strike of April last, which was attended by much disorder. A COLLEGE ON FIRE. Explosion at Monmouth, III., Destroy Whole Structure. May Iilonmouth. 111.. Nov. 14.—iAs a result of an explosion in the laboratory of the main building on Monmouth College today, a serious fire broke out and the entire building is believed to be doomed. CATTLE (QUARANTINED. Governor Sheldon WOBM Have Spreadi of Disease Cheeked. Lincoln, .N'eb.. Nov. 14.—Governor Sheldon today issued a proclamation establishing a cattle quarantine in western Nebraska to check the spread of disease. UakBowB Steamer Aire. Santa Barbara. Calif.. Nov. 14.—A message from Alacatras. thirty miles northwest of Santa Barbara, says an unknown steamer is afire off that place. No details are obtainable. Tniat Company Oflleial Suieldoa. New York, Nov. 14.-«barie8 T. Banity, praaldent ofthe Knkkarboc^- or Tmat ooapany. -rnhkh doaed Ita doora last wedt. committed auiclde today. • WHI Am It • Wwl. Georgetown, Ky., Nov. 14.—Judge .Morris decided this afternoon that the jury before which Caleb Powers is to be tried will be qramn from Harrison county, a Democratic stronghold. Sheriff Warren was In^ructed to sum mon 200 men from that county to report next Fiiday.. The list of the defense's witnesses reveals the fact that Formsr Governor Jaylor and former Secretary of State PInley. both now in Indiana, will be brought back to testify lor Powers. The first move of the defense today was the filing of three documents in support of the validity of Taylor'^ claims to the governorship, making good his pardon issued to Powers. One was from Attorney General Griggs, under President McKlnley's instructing the post office department to direct the postmaster of Frankfort to deliver mail to state officials actually holding offi:e. Another was from ^Taylor himself asserting bis right as governor and accompanied by a copy of his com mission as goremor. The third was from United SUteE Dijstrict Attorney W. M. Smith, bearing on the same point. The defense announced readiness for the trial upon assurance of the ct-ijrt that attendance of any al >S33it witnesses would be compelled. FOR A KANSAS SHOOTING. Lew Bloomfield on Trial in Eldorado After a Lons Chase. Eldorado, Kas.. Nov. 14—Lew Bloom field was put on trial here toda.v, charged with the murder of Jess Sesser in L«on, September SS.^1900. The Irregular and special panelf ot jurors were exhausted and a special venire was Issued this afternoon when court adjourned until Thursday. Bloomfield shot Sesser. it is said, because the latter had been writing letters to his wife. He also shot Con stable Kiser. He was at large several roontbs. He was arrested in PDnca City by the Cowley county sheriff, who shot himself in the leg while making the arrest and died a few weeks afterwards of blood poisoning, caused liy the Voond. Bloomfield eacapad (rom ]aa' here n January and was atf tarsB ontS September, when ho waa arreataA im the Indian territory for hibrse .stealiag. The olBeei^ did not know at the tlaw that they were eatc ^lss a. nian'for whom 9350 reward . was offered. Bloomlleld denieo that Ite is the man wantad tor Saaaer'a murder and ro- • to raoa«ala« hla wife, who la BCW dtVOTMd. ! > . New York. Nov. 14.—Waterland I, the amphibious motor car invented by Louis Reveiilers of Paris, proved Its. ability here yesterday. It took its plunge in the Hudson at Fort Wa^- ington in the' presence of fifty of more motor car and motor boat ev- perts. After half an hour spent in dlvincf from the beach to the river and returning .and then cavorting atrant in the quiet waters of the Hudson, tho car ran up the bank and across the New York Central tracks, climbed the steep hill to Riverside drive, and rolled merrily down the drive amid the plaudits of those who watched It The opinion of th^ experts who saw It was that the demonstration waa a-coin plete success, though in its present form its commercial value Is net apparent. I The Waterland appears like a narrow yawl boat decked over fore and aft, leaving a cockpit for the navlia* tor .and a s|>ace behind him for two passengers, it! is thirty feet long, six feet beam and about three feiet six inches deep amidships, tapering to two feet at bow and stern. It draw* about twenty-two inches of water. The. motor can be transferred by a moat ingenious contrivance, almost instantly from the wbeels to the propeller, or applied to both simaitaneotialy. The four wheels are of weed thinly plated I with steel. They are chain geared and have h»rd rubber Urea. The four bladed propeller is of brasa. Its bearings are protect^ from dint . by a metal hood which is lUted^ Kx>n as the va^ne —entera dMJp water. The maximum 8i >eed of the machine on' land 'is fifty-Ore adlifB' III ho)ir and fifteen nautical mllefl ifldat. IRON PRODUCTldN CURTAILtO. Twenty-five Per Cent of Steel Trust Blast Furnaces Shut Down. Cleveland, 0., Nor. 14.—Twenty- five per cent of the blast furpace capacity of the Unitel States steel corporation has been shut down, according to the Iron Tride. Review, which says that •curtailment of the production which is believed to be the best metaod of preventing reduction of prices below cost sjnd general demor- aliziition of the trade, has profreiied at ti vigorous rate. Following the higi. record production of the blaat furanaces for October, the bloylns out of stacks has been a prominent feature of the first two weeks of No- vettb?r. Furnace companies state thaf it is impossible to predict how msAy of their plants will go out of operation before January 1, as alt depends upon financial developments. In the'steel works suspensions of 4q >er- at:ons are now as ntnneroas as in the b 'aH furnaces, but there has been a marked reduction of -outpnt. The complaint of slow collections is universal. In spite of all the unfavor- ablt!; reports, however, there is a feel-"; ing ;that underlying) conditlona are for fhe most part sound aad^that tlie financial stringency cannot long con- tinuB." THAW COUNSEL UMPURTUMED. Siitionton Woman's Teatimony Declared to be of Little Importanco. New York, Nov. 14.— The news from PItliburg that Miss Wa Vera Sbifr onton. who went abroad to bring lAri. J. C. Holman back to. this country. WQUld come here to testify asalnst Harry Thaw at his seooad, trial, does uot appear to perturb the defoise. aiartin W, Littlefleld. chief ooonsel for Thaw, said that Miss amonton's testimony, as reported to him, appeared, to be nothing inore^^thaa a collee- tioii of stories, current about tko do- in^ of Thaw and Evelyn Nesbit al^road. and would Hot bare moeb b««ring on the case. The defteiSe, itiCh will prob^Iy be insaiUty. is now practically ready. }f Insanity la the dafense. it Is taid that the woman's teatlaany eoecera- ini Thaw's actiona and ecoentridtlw wpi be of about asimaelt 'ralus to tha d^foise as to the prosecvtiocu TIM tijal Is set down for the first UaaHf bi December. Itt iDecember. ,lW:Mfli|Mft I . . . .«_i .«iA«aM|i

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