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FINGER PRINTS FORCE CRIME CONFESSION
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INSURGENTS START NEW FIGHT IN ALBANY
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"Circulation Books Open to All"
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PRICE ONE CENT.
REBELS ANGRY, ' yc"!
CLOSE JUAREZ fMfil
Gen. Orozco Refuses to Honor
Passes of U. S. Commander
and Trouble Feared.
Victorious Rebels Preparing
Southward March for General
Attack on Mexico Citv.
M Annuo WMBINBT
.M'AREZ. May 11. AftW a long
conference this afternoon ol Tribal
ciileftalria (fee appointment ,.f tli -
following member of th- Provl
slonel Cabinet was MBOUII 4l
Minister of foreign Affa'ra Dr
Finance QuBMMfO A Vedcro
War Venule alio Oaranza.
Interior- F. ..onxalea tiarza.
Justice .lose K. M, Vino Suarv
Private Swatftry 'n Pregldent
Midero. luiin Sanchez A.cona
ET. PASO. Mjv 11 -den OresoO,
commander of the rebel force!, had
blood In li s fv tO-day is he mo id by
the nttrnatlonal bridge and refused lo
permit any one from I'll Paso to cme.
Into Juarez, even though they had
paases from Co! Stesver through the
I'nlted State line. It appear that
Hen. Oroieo an. I hi eteff la; night I
were invited to banquet by Mayer I
Kelly of HI Page, d the I'nlted '
nines tenons swy not permit Oroico
end h'. officer to ros
Th ltuatlon n th regard to the pgg
ear of oi -jo and'mippllca '..i k and
forth la r ipldly becoming aggrava
l it.. r ii i . oi.t.terat.'e anneehen.
V ,n tn-dav that there would b. trouble.
Col g,ee,er has only genera! In.lrue.
,'n. from Waehlngton, the authorities 1
r.vh.. .-..hheM ne in.- order n to
he m rfl with the de fa to Uo.ern- '
Went In JllBlel.
Washington. May ii. Th Depart-
t. ent uf Stale. War, Tr is iry and
S itlC were . onaldeilng to-day what
lotraUtt. it any. haii be placed upon
eommarce between thli country aiui
Jiire, the newly etablilie.l . aj itnl
of the Provisional Government of
Mexico, roi. gteever, commanding the
Amerlean troopa at Bl Paso, ami the
ruttoni oAMsll there are awaiting
Initrui-tloni. on the point. The course
that I belne pur-tied pending a .leler
nilnatlon of the intricate question Is
desarttwi by Cul. gteever in the follow
ing telegram to lb War Department!
I am refualnj to allow arm, nin
ni.inlllon, war material and provivlun
for toeurrectoa lo be carried ucro
t .e intermit tonal Biidg until I receive
I as trust! en to tbe oontrery. i msk
i x eptlona of grtlolO Intended for the
Food and medloal i ipplle d other
material needed by Uie people ol
Juareg will be permitted lo cross the
International brtdgs l ii! Paso, in
struction from the Secretary of War
to that effeci probably will go forward
to Col. Hteever during It day.
Th poeltlon of i i War Dep inl
win be that iodk a th ordinary
rultg of eommei del sgehange and nU"
iraiity are pbierved there wl be no
Interference with traffic.
Agent of the Inmrrectna will n..t b
permit twl lo gather ippllei in III Pao
and ship them iro th llm to .) ir
l ot food or other articles oi
may be delivered by ih merchant nf
Kl Paso lo l eir nue ..us m .Mia.",
even If theH.. c .lUuiierM ,n l ulu r. I.e'
Support Col. fHeever.
The course of t.'ol. nieever In preventing
t.en. Ofoson and other Utsurrecibi from
crolng lo Him A:ii ! si.le 1. 1 uiii.il
u ociai (unotlon in Kl Paso it approved
by th wr Department a representing
n policy ui the prssenl time, Neither
Pederali nor Insurre ito, h
out, have beeg permitted to erosi esoepl
to purrs nd during an: neriui of in
revolution c fgl
.! steever has noi yet reported the
incident to tin- department, H hu- i -
(Continued oil Second Page.)
t'nprrl(ht, mil, br Th Prese PlMMriBg
Co. in,, tN lark Worl.ll.
HER HUSBAND IS
Mrs. O'Shaughnessy to Be
Committed to an Institution
on Report of Experts
Francoo O'ghaughnisgy. who
I'.r h. neb ml. leori;e O'Shauxh-
ion f iund lettera showing
termination to divorce her nnd
TpbhIp Haye. ha been pro-
nciJIH'eJ llisune .Ul.l Will be OII11TI ' 1 1 eil
. ., institution lust loon aa th
lagal formalltloi which ere n ea irj
i'an bS mat, Thin Information
day from reliable authority.
Tne .ime authority auve that alienist
have examined th woman alnce e!ie ha
been In th Tombs Md that tbey .iavu '
hp) . .in in. i ii i.n. i in jo. 1,1. m Liiiuei'ii in ,
OBBnral koiiloni, In which they agree
,l" irrMPonilOl mental condition
of lhp prisoner. p as rrted only a
year ego to th man siie killed,
Th.. finding of the alien!! 1
liuir been thai the m'ml of the woman
(was unbalanced by th discovery f her
husband s unfaithfulness; that the de l. j
leate physical Condition In which alio j
1 wag at the time added to the doreng I
ment and that h"i troubles developed
Into acute religious mania fnm Which
she suffered at the time of the -!.. .'. ,
and from which sh Ii now guttering.
; The repot of tii allentst i said lo
I be in th.- iiau.iM or ice officials, it l
'aald that the IH.-tii .Attorney will :.i
once MM t ie over, l .lory lo make In.-
-e.oire-i in. i . tmeni i under and will
I then requetrt that a Jury be called to
I pass: upon ths eantt) of the defendant.
I it i sat.i to be taki.i for manted smong
til offi'ial thai Ihg Jury will sdjudg
I the woman Insane end lhal sh win in
' (.ein t.. one of ih Ditbllo Institutions foi
the rare of similar case.
GREAT LAFAYETTE'S ASHES
TO I.EST ON PAWS OF DOG.
win a w eh r
t as (gamlned t
fu.. tl Ihe tire.
v nie performer
11 In a "cor.liir.ee
ld In his will wb; h
lay. the body (,f
f c e. Dontrl vaude
J lost bis life In h
tire that destroyt i th Bnsplre Musli
Ha' at hSdinhurgh Tuesday night, will
be cremated and the ashes pluc.d be
tween the paws of ins trained ......
"Beauty." tne body of which rests I
a pretentious tomn in Piers Uui Coma
SENATE QUIZZES ASSEMBLY.
ALBANY, tig) ii ThJ Sennt. to.
d, on motion i f S-nator tlrndy, mat
to the Ashemidv n moegg of Inqulr)
. as to why no action lias been taken in
i t ie fPrewloy resolution providing for
' toe gppoinlment of a committee to In-
cout, gate into th extent of the dam
nge to the Capitol by Hi late tire, mid
to supervise its propef restoration.
The resolution in question paaeed th
genate ten da ego and wu sent Ini-
medletely to tin- Aeoembly for concur-
1 Usiiet. in.-
come of it," senator
I plained. "II" told m
! amlnlnir It an. I Intend
I down, hut lie hain't."
':im 1-v I
lie was ex-
i to hand it
j Tbe resolution a'll i an, Veil down In
I the Aiiembl) i.' iijj indArtni to the
l'.ul CuiuilT. J.
BRIDE WHO SHO
Brooklyn Police Reserves
Force Excited Tenants to
Leave as Flames Spread.
FIREMEN KEPT BUSY
Girk in Adjoining Plant Rush
Pell Mel! to Streets at Po
It. from four police p-eclnci
were called Ui.s afiernooa in Drotecl rlie
tenant 'n two long rows f four-story.
double teneai.nt dd.l.nii;'' : 1 .. ilnee
mor! frame fa tory building of the
Adler Wneer Seat Company nt No. 63
Milton street, Brooklyn, when a fierce
f.re thai detmyt, i t ie factory building
spread to the testament and threatened
many other 'building In the neighbor
Captain Cotemeit of the Qreosjpolnl
station saw the danger of the fire nd
railed for the reeerve i the Her ."t
ftgg a-.i Bedford avenue sttvUon to
aid hi own reeei'toi Ths poUcotneti
at once forced all of ihe tenant i"
leave their house, r, which pre aution
w d fact that nu Bea were
!ot. Hut the order to nn v brought
with It a i.edlau' of Plateau nd
eff. rt to ave property.
Girl Rush Frorr Factory.
In the houses live,! person of several
nationalities T.iev wanted to get
pnsseesloni out before leaving, and all
sons of household artlelek came ti ina
from ttie w in, low a the ex. '.ted resi
dent panned to make fmui effort at
Just behind the factory stands another
factory at which MO Klrla are euiplord.
The poll, e nonf to the place ami
ordered the emgtoyeae to the streets.
They came trooping OUI In anything
Sgcepl reg'.il.nlon order
Deputy chief UaNy of 'lie Fir De
partnsnt. respond ad to the second alarm
end Sent two more alarms which
brought a large tire tlghtluu force The
firetnen found ihe binge s rattier. Th.ee
came numerous smell explosions front
ysmlsh and shellac thai Ii used in the
ionre of buln.s an.! ihe lire wen!
lupldl. throua i tii.- structure.
One Wall Falls In.
Tien Ihe east wall fill In and there
came a report that a number of rtreine.i
were In an a"''y neat to .' a'ol bad been
l.uried. Deputy Chief bally said thai
there was no foundation for the report
na ho would nol permit any of hi men
to go into such a trap, because the
b inding hu.i been condeim ed.
The ten. mi nis to which the fir-
spread was located at Nob, it to in,
franklin street and from Woe. to M
(ircenpolnt avenue. Two lire boat aideo
th. hremen In what the Vleclared to b
one of the hottest tires of reeoM yars
0 0 11
rVattriea 'Mclnt rre end
da I a ml Met ere.
AT BflOOKl VI
(I 0 ()
I ;- ' ( KlYN
i 0 1
AT PH LADELPHIA.
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. .. in.LPHIA
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NEW YORK, THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1911.
Evidence of Finger Prints; Burglar
Who Confessed and Police Expert
MMm jflHrV AKi; JalkJk9ssV
slssssssste ' fBmf
IN SENATE OVER
THE BRONX BILL
Insurgents Again Rampant
When Measure Opposed In
Tammany Is Blocked.
.ym;y, May it, Tin- rirat mtIoui
bfMtl In i Hnk of t !ie DMIOOratlC
nAinlierc r . ItfftsUlUVi QUMtlOII 0 -
qui rad to-iiHy whM SanAtor Bt 1 1 wall
-iouifiii io fnrr- tin BanAia t a m on hli
tilll to -re-atf a OOUIIty f th BofOUftl
of th ltronx. The uifj.-'irr lias Uf-n
pwalataiiUy fougtii by Tamnuuiy, for if
t-nio-tf.t taottld leuvp tba wm QpOfl
tot it n t her i latnooratic orcvilaMlon
within tne 1pojiIoi tHy.
Whan it an aovMani thai Ktltwall
ImU t-( enouHh I" alviitn hl i!.
Baoator Urady movad that t he s( u.n
a4joum. Motlona ttuM Banfjtof !('
van not iii ofdar arara ovatrulad bs
tho Llautanant"Oovmof anil t i"
in the motion Ttt atlitnirii wn- f
Th Tuunriany Ira-ii ri a afa "a fad for I
a tinif, ttoa QNwdy motiutt to adjourn
boina pMMd by a voca of n t .1 AM
f (be ItepUlill.'Ulis p; :r X I - , a'lln
Tbe Dsrnoorat who voted ser nsi
the Ofndy resolution eere Senator
Duharnel. CMMn. Bayne, Ruoeevall end
Senator Btlllwell was l..i ked by Sen
ator Roosevelt, late but ler of th lnun
lent, ami by several other Democrats,
Ueader Wsgner in a stinitng -i b
rebuked "Th" four or flv members ol
the parly" w bom he aoouMsd of eonsptr.
ins with tin' Republieen in d 'ai t i
ni of the majority.
Uut," be ihOUted. "I v. 111, I II lll it
ii... day of reoklnlni k n "
leiader Wener ennoun e.i
.1 1 BUI of I lie 11 HOOI
held on Mon, in;, ilnnt.
j wish to Inquire,
;: eit, ttiih appari
v. hether this caui us
take ai any queetion smbodlad m th
Moeheeter plsbformt 1
!.. ... i. i Wanner lien el .-.i I
uui, but tht matters or v
,.'. e utfe I ma I be in:', )
,na. del ed.
Minority Leader Bre1 .: t
thai tbe iteoni.ii ans suld
nus n Mon, in nlfhl He
. 1 1
lai 1 onee-
anno m, e.l
gem i .1 party me euros
sldared and lhal the
WOUld be cou-
hill would l.e one of them.
Will Not Attend Caucui.
Mdenator Rooeevell m d. ..ft. r a,i-
jnurtim.nl. that he aould no' attend
the i us on tie' fround thel i n it: ins
County "'ii was not a party meoiur.
and thai no plede eontalned In i e
party platform eei involved in I to eon
Ideratlon. Jie paid others would eoi ,n
lend, -.. no i or ban Take Hrlde.
ALBANY. May II Mm Cornelli
C'onwell and Met aim Henry M. Suite or
Menands were marrlsd to-day kl Ihe
reeldei s ol tbe brlde'i father, Lid yard
Coereweli. on Htate treet Bev, pr.
Jame ,: K Met'luri ot) t'hloaco. prei
,i.r' of tie MeCormack Thoolof tcul
iniluarv, end an unele ol n.e bride,
ft'o""1 '"-. Kceii
FOUND ASLEEP IN
Fearing a Spanking, Kan Way
mi Saturday Night and Have
Lived Since in the Woods.
1'ii ler tree In Fnrt Washington Pari.
..! toe estreme t ort limit of lien
hattan Island this sfterneon dt la
borer fo an.i two letter.de) Be bee 'n tbe
v,i,,'. a in.' or recced i wornout.
harf-etaryed youngetsre esleep in enek
otkeri ai i .
Xhe erere Bobert He Vlriee. wke is
eleven yeers old and tit brother Peter
two years i ninir, .. pair of brtpil
Ooyi whoa horn lh "aid. ass at
, in We on Hundred and Thirty
third t reet. On :a-t Saturday tksv
,ii,i somethlni they wouldn't "ay Just
what 1: ft i a whli i Ihey knew would
entltl litem to s spanklnfl when tneir
nattier found out. io tli d Ided to
I Oil 11 ft.i
lid n't eaaotli run they
i ih two uui.. truenti
y i r in i oi" 1 1 undred uint
1 . ,i .i stleet up to t tie ftoo.ll in. I
long i hi Hudion Blver abovi Djrok.
ian me.t, a dlstawoe of four nlln
u more, And ihere the) had been evei
.in -. oil a pari ..f t ie while arid . on-
i.nii fearlnc lo ifb book home.
At iiirfbt ihey s! yi in tkloheti. When
I a- It did on three night!
ihe) huddled mother 'or warmth- an.'
- Ivired through the i"n, 'old aoun,
lieni had an I mlieralill.
Tne ir other win, lend ibeut until
, ,, Kites Of tile I' ehOOl Wore IIW4'
lesvlni thill fni bare They lived, eo
hi) said, on -.rips of fo.ei which Ihei
otvkrd up in tbe parh and upon what
bev eo. r.d beg fr..n tne ploknlckori
Hot rd ill'1' are i omrgon at tuiH
eason si ih) will be a little liter on
md ii WSi scant! .i. kluga t un t ...
To'de) the eoilapM egme. Dtte, v
worn out. famlshid 'nr food, fooinori
md Wit I lot ling -till damp Hum tin.
morning's inwir. Ih) laid down to
fr.ihei end oo ... i ismeelvei to sln
it wak there, gl a point above Ihe end I
,. Hundred and gevanth street.
: .ut a woudiman oame upon Ihnrn,
li,. aroused thint an i they told him
their stor) in eroupy eiibmerg, He got
i wagon at , i touk th.. eghaugted rung.
os ',. a -ireei nr line an. I by trol
ley ui t n- West 'ni" Hundred ami
Twenty-fi't i street station I'oormM
Skellev hi.rrie.l out t a naarby oafe
h nsi same hack elth oeefsteaic. ..up.
brand, butler end milk. Kach little De
Viries ui- enough for a 'mi grown
:i i . 'ill hen went to sleep again.
FROM NELLIE BLY.
IS NOW mzs?zr
i (Cashier and Assistant Cashier
tor Mrs. Seaman Each Held
in 130,000 Bail.
Ao.or.1lnK lo Assistant Plstrirt Attm-
ne) itoss of Brooklyn. Charles W, t'ie-
and Stanley Ulelink. Who were ar-
ralffned iri thi Klngf County ''our, this
ftirnoon to plead to Indletmenti eharg
hi; never) end criin.i laroeny. have
.stolen be een U'li.Mai ami I ,., fro n
the Ironclad Mnnufactorlng t.onpen)r
an.i the American Heel Barrel 'om-j
peny. both of wlileh uoncerni are owned
h) Mr. Hlllgnbeth C, eeman, Tbo vie.
tin of Ihe tboftl via Ofttfe noleit ,
newgpnper woman who wrote under ti.'
name of "Nellie Illy.' Ker ll UI band, s
millionaire, left her the properties men.
tloned huov god much r-..! ssteti and
ISlh an.! piuiits.
Ttie employees in char of the Bon
lad Manufacturing Oompano and tn
American Mteel Barrel Compani bad
hem vxitn Mr, Seaman lor many ear
an.i me nktow. iruatng hei hugbswl'e
ludgment a to their honesty, vlrtuall)
lo'iosi he' i ati..ra,-turlna oulneai.a
iv ei to I hem.
Cecoia was oaehier and oielnlk aasi st
em itashlsr of the tronolad Manufactur
ing i 'omp nu Mr, Hnss nam these two
men Boding that Mri Beainan knew lit
tle or nothing about tbe affair of her
faotoiiee, coneplred lo defraud her by
in., ins of forged ' io . ks nu, i faliified m -
,:.iunts. Ttie Worked for varn ultlinut
Interruption, taking from H.0QO to$ at
ir- .-human discovered r gccldenl
i i-t Januat t.ui lii.-r. was nooieihln,g
wrong about her ae nl tin Broad
M Hank of Brooklyn, - impkryad
sx porta, ft ie, disco . shorVagst an.i
frauU ami laius.-.i phi ,u re,st of . 'aecia
and Qfcdnik thru w....n on a
irge of forging Mrs .-esjvman' ,nsi:.s
t ) u eneslk for I"
To- two meti ere nmtigned In the
Adams Ml i PcAlce I'ourl and adml1tel
t,i bat,. When 'hey were called f..r g.
amBiation this afternoon Mr iu.
eaueed som . surprise b) wl thvjrawing
In o n', ulnls. Ilut i'a hi and Olelnlh
injoyid only brief period ol liberty.
Tin) win grreeted aim,.. Irnmedlntely
on bench warrant laa l b) Juda
r'a w el t
i eettv es i,.ok then to igg count)
i.'ourt. wlere they were arraigned to
answer lo alx Indictment in 'be , i.
it eaoh Judgs Pgwoetl set ball ii
MB,tO0 for eaoh of the !..'. I,, o-. upon
ranrnentailons t!mt ttie of ,het
I lief I
ma) roach ..
MAYOR. TOO. WANTS
PARSONS TO GET OUT.
Writes tn I'.trk Board SUjrpoftlng
v i.. ii ni t lorntnlssiunir
The I's'k Hoar, I took u,,, lai,. this
afternoon ihi nuntton of Hupt Persona
all, I lila row With Commissioner Htover
a tittet read fron Meyer Onynor
approving Ihe n ummendBtloB t the
Oommlielotieri of Accounts to demand
the I'ellgnntlOB Of M' Parsons
Tbe dlacugelon wirg over ,him i
O'cluek to-night I0 give Mr Parsons
.-nan .- to offer a defense.
The H, ,11 travel lluisaa
.feasts, iii i ffuiMiag, LB . T'srk IL,. m. v
Tusst. .ui ua.ru, , i. .1 I ,r ll.i i"u Itotr sua
-Asil'-i-u ni .till.. !t..K.a' .".i i n .1 rOsng
isaVsm oin iii ami mill I I'.ii.sti atslija.
Trs'h . liiscka aJ ... oil.... .
PRINTS OF HIS FINGERS
ON GLASS DOOR FORCE
i BURGLAR TO CONFESS
With Only the Mute Testimony of
Greasy Marks Against Him, Caesar
J. Cella, Alias Crispi, Breaks
Down and Pleads Guilty
POLICE THEORY ALL RIGHT
ACCORDING TO HIS STORY.
Man's Bad Record.
rffl-acy of ftnger-prlnt n a
of tracing '-rime to It perpe
and faatenlng their guilt upon
as amply doinonit rated In the
of flanaml SeHslona t'wlay
acsar I fella, alia OttBTlBg
who hits bSW OB trial "Hp I
SEIZED AT BANK
Two Tun Strong Box, Con
taining Important Papers, will
be ( )pened by Expert.
Tii personal ss'e
' Will. am I Com
in the off! 001 of
unpen) n No. iii
mine ike carnagi
flnan. ler, was lelged
Carnegie Truel C
Hroadway t bl.. afternoon end carted "
the 'Irani Jury room. PgleotiVOg
Raynoe. Thome and Busso "f th Die
tri t-Attorney ' ti.rr took th f on
a duces tecum set. po.-na issue.1 Iry lu
:l. iHiia in the Hrlm nal BreMh of
Hi Muprome I'ouri
Toe bl ante, neighing two tons. Wat
loaded upon a 1ru -k and .lrlven at on a
io the criminal Courts Build! Bg
ver aim i the Orand Jury ha tuen
Investigating the "'ernegl Trust ''om
pony, demand have been made UpOg
Mr CUtnmln and bl counsel to open
the swfs and turn over Its MHttontg to
the District-Attorney end the (Irani
lurori Mi Cummin ma le many n
gagements to do this, but failed to ke.p
any of them, when the circumstance!
were related t" Jlisthe 1V1 he IggUed
The safe was gOOtOd at t'i tlm the
i irneyie Triigt ''. 'iilannv was eleeed ky
a reureesatative of the Bta!l BuperiB
lendanl ..f Hank The seal has nol
, n eoken im'y Mr Cummin knows
Dig , om: nation, go when the safe a; -
r.v.sl in tne Uran.l Jury room an ea
pert was lent I II to open It It Is lg-
peeled by the xand lurori tiiat cm sate
contain many important deeumenti
a on the CummttU and Hwi
Bhortl) after the arrival of t
st mpimidlng in ti" tmenle. M
wi'.' replaoe mrhor IndielBiegti
i.rii.sa.. Trust Compan) case
I e s. fa
(i UI to J .s.tl.' UaVH I lies- in
Uelmeati were pur.
MOTHER AND SON KILLED.
V loll mi la Train Mfeoek rkl
caa... il. Paul Hall roi.l.
Hint X CITY, la., Mac II - Two pr
aons were killed and four inlure.l. two
seriously. In an gl IdSMI 0B the OkioagO,
Ht. Paul and MlBBOnpol - and iiruuha
ltillroa.1, near l.v.. ns. Xe .. to-day. The
The dead i Mn L, iv.... Lyoaav
Mob , and John Craig, ton of Mr. Craig.
)R GRAND JURY
PRICE ONE CENT.
I Monday ifterno m on a charge of kair
! glary, broke down end oonfenoed thar
tlm gregiy marks lound on a plate o:
j glax romovpd from the door of the
loft at. So. 171 Wooetar street, wblcui
was lmrglarUe the morning of Feb.
211. were hlg.
III. onf.ssion and hi plea of guilty
j to the indictment of "unlawful entry.'
Which he made la open court, crown the
effort of Lieut ITaurOt, who haa been
m oherg of tbe identigeaUoa i... .
at poii.-e Beedquerter sine the eg.
lablighmeni of the BerUUnn sytm
here and who during tliat tlrai hu
t i lien not less than t.:,,isai Imprint o
1 be ilnxera of criminal
t The sheet of gtaee, found on th flooi
In th hallway of the loft budding, wa
brought to him at Poll, IWad.juarlar
I'.uilng some chemists powder ovr,
the ui-sv marks whleh were vlalbl.
he examined th resulting print UBdei
the microscope lie i lien iurne. in nla
HI to the rlsssincatlou "Lot I Burglai s"
ami aald, "Oel Crlspl." at th sen:
lime Showing to tbi ggtgctlVgg the Ini
print of Ciiipl' Bngsrs taken by bin,
when tbo man v.as grmtod for an
other loft burglary In ido;.
Had Coo . ;e Alibi.
Urlipl had hem ttgliung th eea
.in . ist htm duaaidly ana hau iraM
Up a complete alibi.
. si. Kauiut liail lectured to th iu-
' rors for the bettur pari of two days,
trying to point out lo them why hS r
garded the gvldene of lot. greasy Bug
ST marks on Hie plat a! aa la fat
llbla proof Hut Cella was the man who
had broken Into Bernstein' loft, tn th
Wooiter itrest buiUliug. ihai cutting
away the fratue-work of the wlndoa.
j and tiles Ifllng tne .liss out and set
ting It down on the lluor,
Cella paid little attention to Tla
if. discourse. Nor did hi follow
with any closer attention tne oros
gaamlBatlOB of lawyers Itobert M.
Moor and Loul! Hplegrl. who wer
looking after his interests. Ilia oh-
a rrled on Ihe objeclloai Wh I - i
his lawyer! were making constantly i.
Ihe Introduction of this extraorUlnat v
evldincst and on t lietlmony or h.s
elf. - itli and his brother-in-law
till! ,,e had ;:. e I i th theatre with
. n lbs da) the burglary wa aaia
lo bav taken place, and then apnt
t i Blgbl at home. L
New Precedent! I
New law was being
made all th
lime the trial was in
prog i use, new
This na the
pi ."lent elabllhaB.
;, il tlm In in.- . tor ..f in criminal
irlpi tdenc till countr) that au.-b
a . asc hsd ewr bsu triad, and there
I. nothing In the law, books to guide
ithi lewyira ,. J iJse in t.ie matte.
'.i il i i reelixtal that ,he ggg
I ... i i,i him by the m . ,
l sets ol bl- Hiiger-prln.s - those of in;
tbogi me II on I i, Klein ami anotuir set
I furnished bj hltn while a .king Ind.ci-
meiii-wus a gtrong oiu.
1 .mi hl i i-.- wu called tj-day Mr
Moore announced out Cella wai ready
I to withdraw hli pin of not guilty and
ito inter i pile of guilty to the cherg
of unlawful entry.
juagl itoieiik) wa. taken by iur
prla Then lie turned lo iha prison,
"II you are prepared to sntsr a pi i
of guilty 1 want you to mak a full
coiifesalon. In th Interest of Jut:
and Mjcuce. ' can gliur ou that
i:id.-tmeui a... b tiled againat any
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