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VOL. XL-NO. 'S6.
OMA1IA, TUESDAY MOKNINQ, AUGUST 2, 1910 TWELVE PAGES.'
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GOES EUOM HOME
Yatisen, for First Tin.e, G:ts Notice
of Marquis dc 0 cda'i Abandon
nient of Relation!.
LEAVES r02 SPAIN AT ONCE
Note Eayi Ho it f1-" "j to Madrid by
the Go ent.
LIBERAL FRESif ! INDIGNANT
Secretary of State jz ?ient of LoU
and Vag c .te.
13 SOME DISOrI1 IN SPAIN
Telegram etx Cardinal Merry Del Val
Endorsing Threat of Civil War
la Blseayan ProTOkmi Prov
i ROME, Aug. 1. Only at 7 o'clock this
inomlng was the note of Premier Canal
ejas announcing- the departure of the Hpan
Ish ambassador, Marqula da OJeda, re
ceived by Cardinal Merry Del Val, . the
papal secretary ' of state, at the Vatican,
papal secretary of state, at the Vatican,
through press dispatches three days earlier.
The note, which la long and worded rather
vamiely, announced the Marquis de OJeda
would leave Immediately, being "called to
Madrid for a communication from the gov.
Marqula de OJeda left Rome for Spain an
hour after presenting the note. j
luiparelal Side's with Cabinet.
MADRID, Aug. I V W4th Catholics In
Rome expressing hope that Don Jaime, the
Carllct pretender, may raise the standard
revolt and the Catholics of the city and
providences rise In Insurrection and, with
the socialist in Spain threatening disorder,
fine imparclal which has hitherto been un
friendly to Premier CanaJejas, ranges Itself
on the side of the government in the pend
ing conflict with the Vatican.
The liberal press in general continues
staunchly to support the cabinet, which has
been left a free hand to carry through Its
policy by the departure of King Alfonso
and his queen for England. The Imparclal
"We are faithful members of the Roman
Cathollo church, but we always have re
sailed the lMaue, not aa a religious one,
but as a national problem. Involving the
Independence of the civil power. Not Spain,
but the Vatican, baa created the present
The liberal press expresses special tndlg-
Del Val, the papal secretary of state, en
dorsing the attitude of the Blscayan Cath
olics, who threatened to precipitate a civil
Former Deputy Llorens, one of the Car
JIbJ, leaders Jn. S pain, left today forrobr
stoiof, the Austrian residence of Don Jaime,
to confer 'with th pretender. "
Catholic Preparing Demonstration.
Btfc, BAO, Spain, Aug. 1. The Roman
Catholic priests throughout the Blscayan or
northern provinces of Spain preached vio
lent sermons yrairrauy against ins poucy
of the government In Its conflict with
Home. Preparations for a great Catholic
demonstration agalnBt the government on
August 7 are being continued. In spite of
' Aha declaration of tho government that no
demonatratton tlinu.tenlng disorder will
be allowed. '
VILLAGE BEAUTY SEES
FATHER KILLED BY LOVER
James Newton of Benton, 111., Shot
by SInftleton laoui in PU
. tol Duel.
BENTON, 111., Aug. 1. In the presence
of Edith Newton, a 13-year-old village
beauty, James Newton, and her sweetheart,
Plngleton Isom, fought a pistol d-:al '."-lay,
resulting In Newton's death. Isom was
put In Jail here today to await a hearing
on the charge ot murder placed against
hint' by a coroner's Jury.
Newton conceived a hatred against Isom
last winter and drove lils daughter's suitor
out of Sesser, their home, sixteen miles
from here. Isom returned Saturday and
yesterday, while he and MUs Newton were
vlhltlng a sister of Isom, Newton appeared
at the house with a revolver.
CONDUCTORS JN ST. LOUIS
"Western Association Will Disease
Wages, Honrs and Work
ing Rules. .
ST. I.Ot'IS. Aug. 1. Wages, hours and
working rules are being discussed by the
Western Association ot Railroad Conduc
tors and Trainman at the annual conven
tion, which began here today. The asso
ciation embraces lines west of the Illinois
Central Railroad' to the Pacific coast It
was Intimated before tho convention met
that an Incruase In the wage scale might
Among the ISO delegates here are A. B.
Oarrlfon of Cedar Rapids, la.; grand chairman-
of the order of railroad conductors,
and W. Q. Lee, ot Cleveland, O. : grand
master ot the Brotherhood of Railroad
FINED FOR SELLING CIDER
Tool Hall Man at Detract Had Apple
J a Ice Testing; Etaht Per
SIOUX FALLS. 8. D.. Aug. ..-Special I
It cost John Lark, a restaurant and pool
ball man of DoBmet, the sum ot im to
soli a small quantity of hard cider. It waa
found that the cidqr tested around S per
rent of alcohol and Lark was arrested on
the serious charge ot selling intoxicating
liquors unlawfully. As the boat way out of
the dtffculty Lark entered a plea of guilty
r.nd was fined 'A and ocsts, amounting hi
all to $tS. . Ko'lowlnij the payment cf tn
amount assessed against him the sheriff
lsltfd the place of business and selied two
barrels of elder which he took to the
Street, where the contents were poured into
SWANSON SUCCEEDS DANIEL
former Governor of Virginia Ap
pointed to FlnUhed Unex
RICHMOND. Va., Auij. l.-Governor Mann
today signed a commission appointing
former Governor Claude A. P wanton, of
Chatham, to aucoet-d the late John W.
DaitWl. In the United States senate. The ap
pointment Is fer the unexpired terra which
wUi end on Murch 1 nou
Department of Justice Decides to
Prosecute All Cases that May Be
Discovered Pending Appeal.
WASHINGTON", Aug. l.-Mlllers must
stop bleaching flour, pending adjudication
by the higher courts, or stand criminal
prosecution for each shipment made In In
terstate commerce, according to a decision
reached here today at a conference between
officials cf the Departments of Agriculture
At the conference were Acting Attorney
General Fowler and Solicitor McCabe of the
Department of Agriculture, the latter rep
resenting Hecretary Wilson. It was decided
that the inspectors of the bureau of chem
istry should be Instructed to procure sam
ples of bleached flour shipped in Interstate
commerce by millers and Jobbers since the
date of the decision In the Kansaa City
cases with a view to criminal prosecution.
. The verdlot in the Kansas City case sus
tained the contention of the government
that certain bleached flour seized was
The government holds that Inasmuch as
a Jury has decided that bleached flour Is
adulterated, ' during . the pendency of the
appeal and until, determination, la made by
a higher court, bleached flour must hot be
sent in Interstate commerce, i
- i 1 t
Announcement ot mo government's In
tontion will not upset or. disturb the Up
dike Milling company because following tho
Kansas City trial, the use of the whitening
process was dlcontlnued with respect . to
Interstate shipments. This was done on th.
advice of E. P. Bmlth, attorney for the
millers, who seems to have prognosticated
with accuraoy the government s attitude.
Mr. Smith returned to Omaha Monday
from Colorado. ' He Is fully restored to
health. "I have had the longest vacation
I ever enjoyed In my life," said be. "It Is
now six weeks since I was forced to leave
the trial at Kansas City."
With respect to the announcement that
the government Is ready to prosecute pend
ing the hearing of the appeal, Mr. Bmlth
deolared that he waa In no wise surprised.
"They have the powtr to do as they
please," he added, "although ordinarily, the
appeal case would be heard before such
action Is taken."
Prairie Fires in
Extensive Damage is Imported in
Range Country in Carson and
PIERRE, 8. D., Aug. t (Speolal.) Heavy
and extensive prairie fires are reported
from the section of the state between the
.Grand. . and Moreau rivers lo Corson., and
Dewey, counties, ' This '., , territory is yet
"range section" and such fires mean the
loss of winter pasturage, and the moving
of large herds to -new locations. So far
the territory south 'of the Moreau has not
been affected, but the grass la dry enough
to burn and .a start with a heavy wind
might mean a severe loss. It' is claimed
by those who have lost by these fires that
they were set by engines on the Puget
Sound lines, using light Montana coal.
which they allege scatters cinders far and
wide along the traoks, and suits have been
commenced for heavy damages not only by
the white claim holders who have been
burned out, but by the Indiana on govern
ment allotments who suffered equally with
their white neighbors.
and Kills Herself
Aot of Mrs. Eveland of Denver Due to
Insanity Caused by Brooding
' Over Similar Crime.
DENVER, Aug. 1. Insane, It Is believed,
as the result of brooding over accounts of
a murder and suicide which took place In
Denver eight days ago, Mrs. Mabel Evoland
this morning shot and killed her husband,
Joseph Eveland as he lay in bed and then
killed herself. '
The tragedy was not discovered for over
an hour. Then the bodies were found by
Mrs. Q. Connor, the mother of Mrs. Eve
land. Mrs. Connor and neighbors believe
Mrs. Eveland's mind had become deranged
from reading accounta of the slaying by
Mrs. Lulu,Ferres eight days ago of her
husband, followed by her own suicide.
The Evelands came to Denver from
NORTHRUP UNABLE TO SERVE
Ex-Governor Guild of Massachusetts
Will Be Special Ambassador
BEVERLY, Mass.. Aug. 1. Dr. Cyrus
Northrop having declined to serve on ac
count of a pressure of business affairs. It
was announced here today that tho com
mission to the Mexican centennial celebra
tion will be composed of ex-Governor Cur
tlH Guild ot Ma-iaachusnfia, as special am
bassador; Justice Jam's Gerard of New
York, Colonel C. A. Rook of Plttaburg, am'
General Harrison Gray Otis of Los Angolof
Farmer Put Through Hair
Cut Spree Causes Trouble
Man In the abstract Is a very vain and
proud creature and will accept any kind
of suffering In order to be In the latest
style and have the Idol of his affections
consider him the fashion plate Reginald.
it Kill even ko to considerable expense
to attain this desired end, but here we
have the red record of a youth from the
rural voting district cf Nebraska who stren
uously objects to having a weeks good
wages go down In ens fell swoop In a hair
The affair In point happened in a shop
on Tenth street Just off the south end of
the viaduct, the dispute arising In a differ
ence between the halreutter and the cuttee
as to whether a little liquid carrying with
it some of the odtir advertised as "pungrnt
aroma" Is of the value ot a dollar and a
To be brief thi riittre akd and argued,
is a two bit haircut combined with an lac
tation sneuipoo worth a dollar and balfT
BROWNE ON TRIAL
AGAIN FOR GRAFT
Former Illinois Democratic Minority
Leader Again Attempts to Quash.
Indictment Through Attorneys.
ONCE MORE ATTEMPT IS VAIN
State's Attorney Expects to Introduce
New Evidence in Case.
GIRL WILL TELL OF MATTERS
Indicted Man Had Given Confidence
to Miss Ella Christy.
HUNDRED VENIREMEN CALLED
Indicted for Bribing: Metnhcre of
Legislature to Vote for Lorliuer,
Browne is Maklag Another
Fight for Freedom.
' CHICAGO, Aug. 1. Lee CNell Browne,
democratic minority ' leader of the Illi
nois legislature, faced trial today for the
second time on the charge of having
bribed fellow member ot the legislature
to vote, for William Lorimer for senator
of the United State. Today' appear
ance before Judge Kerston was tne sig
nal for another attempt on the part of
his attorney to quash the Indictment.
At the former trial oefore udge McSurely,
whloh resulted In a disagreement .after
the Jury hau been out 116 hours, ;a simi
lar effort waa made In vain.
I State's Attorney John Wayman re
turned last night from his vacation and
said he would have some new evidence,
chiefly. It waa understood , from Mia
Ella Christy of Springfield, with whom
It 1 said Browne was confidential con
cerning the matter out of which the
present charges grew. One hundred ve
niremen have been summoned for "service
The opening argument for the defense
made by Attorney Forest, who laid great
stress on the contention that the Cook
county court had no Jurisdiction' and as
sertod that the proper place tor the trial
1 In Springfield, 111., -efore tne Sanga
mon county court.
The opening argument had not been
completed when the noon recess was
SPRINGFIELD, 111., Aug. 1 Judge
Crelghton In the Sangamon ciret court
today denied the motion -to quash the In
dictment In the cases of Senator Stanton
C Pemberton of Oakland and Representa
tive Joseph S. Clark of Vandalla, who
are charged w h conspiracy to bribe.
' A demurrer to the Indictment was then
presented by the attorneys for Pember
ton and Ciark. Thi wa overruled and
the case continued, until, uie September
term of oourt
GRANDSON OF J.S. MORTON
:.WILL WED lli NOVEMBER
Sterling Morton, Son of J or, Victim
of Love at First Sight In .
Sterling Morton, son of Joy' Morton and
grandson of J. Sterling Morton, le to wed
Miss Preston Owsley, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Heaton Owsley of Chicago. The an
nouncement was made Sunday.
Miss Owsley met Mr. Morton about the
time of her debut last winter and an at
tachment immediately sprung up. ' They
have both but recently been graduated
from college, Miss Owsley from Merrill
School for Girls at New Rochelle and Mr.
Morton from Princeton. The date for the
,weddrn has not been definitely fixed, but
will occur during the first week of Novem
ber. FLY BITE JJEARLY FATAL
Experlene of South Dakota Edu
cator Shows that Insect
SIOUX FALLS. S. D.. Aug. 1. (Special)
The experience ot Prof. St. John,' a well
known educator of Deuel county, demon
strates that flies can carry infection. To
vary the monotony of his vacation he as
sisted in harvesting operations on a farm.
While at work In the field a fly bit him on
one ot his fingers. He paid little attention
to the apparently trivial injury at first, but
in a remarkably short time inflammation
set in, and this speedily extended to his
hand. Blood poisoning waa feared and he
without delay consulted a physician, and
It waa lucky that he did so or hi life may
have paid the forfeit.. By vigorous effort
the physician has been able to afford him
some relief. The nature of the poison In
jected into hie system by the fly 1 a mys
tery. NEW YORK BANKRUPT STOCK
Manufacturers' and Importers'. Stork
of Fine Lace and Embroideries
nought at Tremendous Bargain.
We wish to announce the purchase ot the
entire bankrupt stock of F. Schloss It Co.,
461 Broadway, New York, ' manufacturers
and Importers of fine laces and embroid
eries. Not only is this the largest purchase
made In many years, but at the price se
cured will mean bargain opportunities for
our customers never before equaled in
Watch papers for date of sale.
After considerable argument that bid fair
to wake the' solemn echoes for blocks
around the seal of the disturbance, the
bill waa paid and a sadder and wiser man
left In search of the arm ot the law. This
he found In the person of Officer. Mans
field at the Union station. He was In
formed that the only thing to be done waa
to travel uptown and swear out a warrant
for the arrest of the offender. But this
form of mild revenge didn't appeal to him.
"I ll gt even with that guy It I have
to camp In this town a month. Why if
that trick was played where I live wed
tar and feather hint." . .
When last seen the Irate farmer lad was
whlllng away the hour In the gloaming,
awaiting outside the moment of closing of
the xhop. But as no battle has been re
ported it Is supposed that the back fence
method of egress was resorted to by the
i - wwf r.. v.,;
From the .Philadelphia Inquirer. ,
WESTERN NEBRASKA BOOMS
That Section of toe State Was Never
in Betterj Condition.
CE.0PS AND ' CATTLE THRIVE
Ranchmen , Stand jto MaJco Fortunes
on Cattle Bought In Other Sec
tions ,at . the Prevailing
, , Low Prices. ' '
- "Western, Nebraska men . are finding
themselves In a position to do some crow
ing this season," said J. M. Barto. at the
Merchants... ."!; have lived In and about
Gordon since 1884, and never d'd thing look
better than right .now. We raise a good
many potatoes in, our section,, and the yield
this year promise to surpass anything we
have ever. bad. That' Baying a good deal,
but the prospeota are really great.'
'"We have been bleseed With about all HhVj
rain we could reasonably ask for, and the
result 1 a wop, o,,;;mty trrara that will
not te' beatsn by an!1 other stcUon .Of the
stabs, I believe, whan" i the figure are all
in.' I myself have soma eorn that will
turn out forty "bushels to the. acre, unless
some extremely unlikely aohdlUon arises,
and many farmers In our section make a
similar report. .
Pnatures Are Good. V
"In the matter of grass, too, western Ne
braska hao It on any other section this sea
son. Today . cattle' feeders are buying and
hipping stoek to- my town and. to other
places on all the railroads. Very little of
the finished stock has yet been sent to
market, while from the Wyoming ranges,
as I understand it, most of the old stock
ha been shipped. .
"Just think of these things and then hark
back to the days of 'M, when the western
part of this state was Almost depopulated.
It 1 a wonderful story; and w believe our
cattlemen are right when they- claim they
can raise a 3-year-old steer cheaper - In
western Nebraska than a 1-year-old can be
raised anywhere else."
. "Erv."' Eddy, formerly of Fullerton, but
now a land' owner in Sheridan county, was
ready to back up what Mr. Barto had said:
"It had to be shown for many month be
fore my brother and other could-convince
me I ought to buy land In' western Ne
braska; - but today, In my Judgment, we
have the best prospects In the land. Having
just come down from Gordon, I know- the
crop outlook Is nowhere better In this state.
Down aa far as Alnsworth the crops look
splendid, from Alnsworth to Norfolk not
quite so good and this aide of Norfolk only
an oocaslonal flejd looks a promising as the
crops la our country.".'
RACE FOR SAFE DEPOSIT BOX
New Tork Attorney nnd Policeman
Are Making Hurry-Vp Trip '
v to Detroit.
NEW TORK, Aug. L William Howard,
Jr., attorney for Dr. Harry , B. Keeler, 1
racing to Detroit against a New York po
liceman, with the prise at stake a safe de
posit box which Is thought to contain the
wealth Keeler wooed from many trusting
widows. . , .
When Keeler with hi wife was arrested
at Detroit he had $1,000 hidden in his vest
and 1300 in his shoe.
Today Inspector Russell got a letter from
the Detroit Safe Deposit company, saying
that Mrs. Keeler had forwarded written
direction that the contents of a box held
In the name of her husband and herself
be turned over to tholr attorney. The com
pany asked for Instructions.
The police department telegraphed to the
company to do nothing until a policeman
could reach Detroit. ,
Ten days before their arrest at Detroit
the Keelers rented the box and put a pack
age m It.
Do you want a
girl for housework?
Phone Tyler 1000
and get one.
If you are without help, go
do it now. No use drudging
when you can get help so
Girls looking for work know that
The Bee publishes practically a com
plete list of people who want help,
so they look to the Bee Want-Ad
when looking (or a place.
Everybody reads Bee Want
Sea Serpents Leave
Fails to Settle the
Street' Car Strike
Concession Offered by Company Not
Accepted by Men Two Cars
Attacked by Mobs.
COLUMBUS, O., Aug. 1 Governor Har
mon has failed to settle the street car
strike here. The company offered to take
the union men back as individuals if they
would discard their union button. This the
Striker refused to do.
Two Leonard avenue car were attacked
by mob today and had to be abandoned.
The police stopped an attempt to burn the
car. , - ' '
.The street car company. has called on
General Dick, the commanding - officer, . to
place .detachments ot troop at certain
point early In the morning, 'where large,
bodies ot men pas en route to their place
of work. , ; v
Troojis, again are patrbl'.ng the streets
and few people are riding In the car. .
Woman Killed in
Runningboard Cuts Off Part of Head
of Mrs. Quackenbush of Turin,
la., When Car Turns Over.
ONAWA. Aug. 1. (Special Telegram.)
An automobile accident near Turin last
evening resulted "in the instant death of
Mrs. William Quackenbush and serious in
jury to Mrs. Fred Reesei ,
In attempting to make a sharp turn, Fred
Reese, Who was driving the big car, sighted
a piece of Iron sticking a :n the road and
steering to one side the ditch dike gave
way and precipitated the car and occupant
several feet below. Mrs. Quackenbush was
killed Instantly, the running board cutting
the upper part of her head entirely off.
Mrs. Reese suffered a broken arm and some
bad bruises, but will recover. Mrs.' Quack
enbush was a bride of only a few months
and resided on- a farm south of Turin,
Fred Reese, the owner of the car. Is the
leading mercant in the little town of Turin.
Gov. Deneen Calls
Board of Health
Charge V of Chica(fo Tribune that
Effort is Being Made to Corrupt
, Board to Be Looked Into.
SPRINGFIELD. 111., Aug. l.-Governor
Dineen has called a meeting of the State
Board of Health to be held In this city at
10 o'clock Wednesday morning to Inquire
Into charges made In the Chicago Tribune
this morning that Representative Edward
J. Siuojkal had been promised Jl.OOTby the
National Medical university- aa attorney
fees In an endeavor to bring about the re
instatement of the Institution by the Board
He has also requested Dr. Louts P. Rog
ers, vice president of the National Medical
university, and Dr. Lvman W. Rnnr.
secretary of the university, to appear before
tne Doara at mat time.
Captain Identified Cnppen
QUEBEC, Aug. 1. Captain Kendall of
the Montrose, who discovered the Identity
of the suspects after they had eluded the
police of the other aide for eleven days is
a popular hero in Quebec today.
The captain said that he suspected Crlp
pen the moment he laid eyes on him shortly
after the man boarded the steamer at Ant
werp on July 10.
"The English papers were full of the
cane while we were on the other side," said
the captain, "and I became very much
Interested In It. I bought all the papers
and used to He In my bunk and read them.
Look here" and opening the drawer ot
a desk In his cabin the skipper produced
halt a doaen papers, each containing pic
tures of Crlppen and Mini Leueve. One
ot the dentist's pictures had the black
moustache blocked out with white chalk.
"I did that," continued the captain, "the
first day I aw the man aboard. , He was
clean shaven then and I wanted to see bow
LOOKING INTO COAL CLAIMS
Entries in Alaska to Be Reinvesti
gated by Christianson.
CUNNINGHAM GR.0UP EXCEPTED
Everyone to Get a Fair Show, In
cluding tho Government Mine
Hundred Contracts Are
WASHINGTON. Aug. 1 All of the
Alaskan coal land claims, with the excep
tion of the famous Cunningham group,
will be reinvestigated by order of Secre
tary of the Interior Balllnger.
The work will be in charge of Andrew
Chrlstensen who succeeded Louis R. Clavls
when the latter waa dismissed as chief of
the field division of the general land office
With headquarted at Portland, Ore.,' which
has charge of the Alaskan district.
It was Mrt Chrlstensen. who during the
Balllnsjer-Plnchot. Investigation, directed
the opening of a box stored In the federal
building In Seattle and belonging to Mr.
Clayls, which resulted In the finding of
twenty-four letter that bad been missing
from the Juneau land office. Clavls
claimed the letter were put there without
hi knowledge and the action was a "frame
up' arranged by hi enemies. The two
men have' been bitter foe ever since.
Put In Separata Class.
In view of the Importance of the Alaskan
coal fields, the investigation of the claims
has been separated from the Portland of
fice and Mr. Chrlstensen, with the title of
field supervisor in charge of the Alaskan
coal land Investigation, will examine the
nine hundred or more entries, averaging
16C acre to the claim Some of those
claim. wll be excepted from the Investiga
tion because they have already been re
investigated and the record 1 now In the
general land office awaiting action -by the
Mr. Chrlstensen, in Washington conferring
with the officials of the Interior depart
ment regarding the work, says he has re
ceived instructions from his superiors to
see that -every one gets a fair show, in
eluding both the government and the
CANADIAN OFFICER SHOT
Captain Ellistou Murdered by Gunner
who Had Been Punished for
VICTORIA. B. C, Aug. t-Captaln Peter
Elllston, commanding the Royal Canadian
army In the Esqulmault garrison, was shot
and killed today by Gunner Grant of his
company. Grant, who had recently been
punished for a mlltary offense, watted out
side the company office this morning and
wnen captain Elllston came out, Grant
snot Dim through the neck.
FUNERAL OFJG. CARLISLE
Service Over Body of Former Secre
tary to Be Held In Wash.
: NEW YORK, Aug. l.-The funersl of the
late jonn u. Carlisle, former secretary
the treasury will be held at Washington
2 1. m.. Wednesday, it waa a.nnnuni ..
today. The bodv of the In
ber, which still lays In the Hotel Wolcott,
wnere ne aiea last nignt, will be taken
morrow to Washington,
this likeness would look without the mous
tache. I also chalked out the spectacles In
the picture. Crlppen wore no glasses aboard.
Here Is the result; j'otl can see how closely
it resembles the marr1 as he looks today.
And here is something else I did."
The skipper took from his desk a square
of white cardboard with a round hole cut
in the rrr.ter and fitted it over a news
paper cut of Miss Leneve. Thus super
imposed It covered the girls picture hnt
and dress, leaving only the faco shoalng.
"I did this and compared the pictured fac
with that of the pastenger Crlppt-n said was
his son." said Kendall. "The resemblance
is striking. After these experiments J was
"Crlppen was very wary in hla talks with
me. S.veroJ times I conversed with him In
the cabin, but always I was careful to ask
him no questions that would excite his sus
picions. , Up to the hour of his arrival, I
I believe he did not dream how sure we
were of their identity."
Doctor Arraigned in Quebeo and
Case Will Go Over Fifteen 1
NO DESIRE TO RESIST RETURN.
Officers Confident Typist Will Make
No More Trouble.
BOTH FACE THE SAME CHARGE
Girl's Familv in London Active in
1 1 1
ACCUSED UNDER FUGITIVE LAW
Every Opportunity to Defend Right
Will Re Afforded Prisoners
Crlppen Appear Broken
QUEBEC, Aug, 1. It eemed today as
though half the city' population had de
serted their usual purnult and climbed the
heights to the Palais de Justice In antici
pation of tho arraignment of Dr. Hawlo
H. Crlppen and Ethel Le Neve, who after a
flight across the Atlantic were arrested,
under such dramatic circumstances as the.
steamer Montroso approached the city yes
terday. It had been announced that the
prisoners would be brought before Magis
trate Angers at 10.30 o'clock and the mai
ler ot their deportation to Kngland quickly
As the hour set for the arraignment ap
proached the crowd that covered a wide
area about the Palais de Justice grew
greater. Everywhere bitterness toward
Crlppen was exhibited, but the attitude
toward the woman In the case was
strangely different Everywhere on heard
words of sympathy for the girlish creature
who had pinned her faith to the man now
charged with a shocking crime, ' '
Miss Le Nov is described as having
sobbed and moaned a she tossed on her
cot during the early hour today.
When' ah arose this morning she wa
handed a cablegram which read.
"Ten an you Know.
Those who saw this message say that It
was signed "Papa."'
It Is known that Mis Le Neve'a father In
London has stoutly maintained that hi
daughter was Innocent of any knowledge
of the crime and that she believed herself
to be the lawful wife of Crlppen, supposing
that his first wife' had met a natural death
after deserting the doctor. ,
Will Not Bealst Extradition.
Dr. Hawley H. Crlppen announced la the
provincial court today, that he would not
resist his return to England.
t Crlppen' companion In. flight. Mis Ethel,
Clare Le Neve wa to have been first r- .
r&lgned today, but her- Custodians reported
to the court' that arte wsiii oo IH to appear.
The authorities are confident that the ,
woman will give no more trouble than
Crlppen promise to and that a soon as
the fifteen day ot grace provided by the
extradition law of Canada have expired
both prisoners oan bo returned to London
without any hlich , ;
. When Crlppen and Miss L Neve were ar
rested on board the incoming steamer,
Montrose, yesterday they Were charged
with Identical crime, the ; murder and
mutilation of an unknown woman. It had
been expected that both would be arraigned
at 10:30 o'clock thi morning, and deported
on the steamer, Royal George, that will
sail for England Thursday. However, in
spector DeW received. Instruction that
changed the program.
The English official do not wish anyT
thing done that will give the appearanee
of "railroading" the prisoners. They wish,
the formalities of extradition followed to
the letter : i
When this beoame known here the ar
raignment of the accused was delayed un
til a new plan of procedure could be map
ped out It was finally determined to
bring the prlaonsr befors the court aa
fugitive from justice and to set a later
date at which they might make any proper
protests against extradition. In the mean
time It Is supposed they will be permitted,
to have counsel. Tho girl' family in Lon
don appears to be doing all possible to aid
her and ot the same time promote the
cause of justice. . ,
Remanded Fifteen Days. i.
It wa a broken man that stood before
Judge Anger In tho .provincial court ot
special session. In a volo so weak that'
it scarcely reached tho benoh, he answered, '
quesUons put to him. Tho proceeding were
brief and at their-conclusion the prisoner
was remanded for fifteen daya. With tl.e
expiration of that time he will bo sent
bock to England.
Following the receipt of Instruction from
Scotland Tard today inspector Dw visited
the court house and conferred for soma
moments with the Judge. Then he held a
whispered .conference with the Canadian
detectives, after which the latter hurried
away to the Jail.
A report that they had gone aCter Crip
pun filtered through the mans of humanity
that sloped down In everr direction from
the Palais de Justice, high on the hlstorlp
plains of Abraham.
' Prosently the detective, with Crlppen,
drove up to the court house in a carriage
and fought their way through the crowd
to the Judge's chambers. Crlppen wn
brought at onoe to the bar. He wa heavily
manacled. It was apparent that he had
parsed a bad night.
The proceedings were under the fugitive
offenders' law ttiut obtain between British
posotblons. Judge Langeller explained to
day that under this statute as soon as the
attorney general of the prownce of Quebec
was notified by cable that a warrant had
been Issurd in London, he lnatructed Judge
Angers to issue a provisional warrant for
the arrest of the suspects on the M wtiot,
The examination today was conducted by
Judge Langellur, who sits on the bench,
with Judge Angers.
Grvrt Crowd 'on Dock.
The steamer Montrose. , on which the
fugitives were arrested yesterday, wbl'.e
the vessel was still 160 miles from this port,
arrived at her pier her at 1:36 o'clock this
, The prisoners were hastened through an
enormous crowd of curious ones to the pro
vincial Jail, where they were placed In sep
arate cells for the night. Here they got a
few hours sleep, the beat rest which either
had had slrce they fled from London on
July . shortly before detectives found In
the cellar of the Crlppen home the bits of
human flesh which, the authorities have
tried to establish, once went to make up
the body of Bell Elmore, Crlppen' wife.
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