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BECKER TEARS BIG HOLE IN STATE'S CASE
SLAYER CONFESSES HE KILLED AGED WIDOW
Wrailirr-Clrai-ihar tn-nlsht nnilny fair) folder.
PRICE ONE CENT.
I hi; r 1 1 i i u
fro Breaks Down After Be
ing Identified by Maid He
Thought Was Dead.
FAILED TO FIND GEMS.
Shows Detectives Where He
Threw Murder Implement,
but It Is Gone.
Oftorge rUshop. a young nwtxo,
admitted to Deputy CommUsloner
Dougherty to-day that he had mui
dered aged Mrs. Margaret Bell and
nearly slain Mary Hogan, her
! housekeeper, lu the Bell home at
No. 53 Fort Oreene plaoe, Brooklyn,
When he had made hie full erm
foMion of guilt th:- negro took the
detectives to the subway excavation
t Fulton and Hudson streeto to flni
th. hammer with which he had done
the murder and hud thrown Into t'.e
deep ditch afterward. The w.-apn
waa not found, but finger prints
upon a tumbler In the room whetf
the fflttrder was committed and the
identification toy Mary Hogan pi u
negro as th- man she had admitted
.... .. I- . k. .hi.Imu anf. I
to the House were in
flrlent to pin tin- murder upon him
had he not eonfeiMd.
Bishop, whmii scventccn-year-obl wife
used to work for the woman whom ho
,l. tola tho Deputy Cominlsslonei
j.h. -motion that he went to th
Hell home very (trunk. Me said he
in .i ?. m i. ..
v.. him a jririwu
. .. .1 TW .n
lit wife, who haO DOM ami maws.
l.o ssked hi-r to lend Mm
HE FOUND NCIincn
MONEY NOR GEMS.
would hit he
uuldn't t Just ihougni 1
i the way tli.. un-
inu nlt vi i.i.i. k m i" i""
when I'd killed her ' "ol1 ,0 hlt ,h"
olh.r one ..U: 1'.. an), taue she
'".mo butting in. And SO when I though
J-d killed her, loo, I ttl looked StOUnJ
Jar money. 1 dtdn'1 "d cent' 0f W
, hi .(. ; llie'i
. ..11 how he left the I wo women lying
i l ..a h.. MHIlll.'l '1
and went to I'tlca
' .venue d " "f eet to "keep a
with l.liuun uaiiwa
He had lilooa on aim cui-
'Ke iot hung around with nis gin,"
, ulKl.ol' put it, for two hours aft.r
that though Hie UlUrder was not yet
told 00 ble baek lrU. Then he gave
l.i. i-lrl 3u ,'eMls of me su lie am io u..,
. .if m eaunla of drinks
hams to bed. The girl
rented io-daij just l.erore Hlshop was
arraigned In the Oatea Avenue Court
So broad a trail of culpability did th
murderer leae behind him, so primi
tive were the emoUone that Impelled the
,ommUbion ol th double ortme In the
dark buee "n 1 '" 1 Oreene place, that
within twelve hours of Its perpetration
(Continued on Second Page.)
. 1 1JU
s.1 gtr. Kins'.
HOW HE BEAT RICH WIDOW
TO DEATH WITH HAMMER
CgnrrUlil. 1013. bT
Co. (Th. New
i ii ii ii ii
THE LAIRD OF SKI BO
AS HE LOOKS TO-DAY;
COMES HOME TO VOTE.
CARNEGIE GETS HOME,
PRAISES TAFT, T. R.
AND A WEE NIPPY
But, He Hastens to Add, He
Never Tastes "Scutch" Un
less the Doctor Orders It.
Andrew Carnegie returned from his
annual stay at Ids Sklbo estate to-day
on the Baltic. His wife and dnunhter
were with him. The little millionaire
was as chipper as a sparrow In sprint;
und as fall of varied conversation.
"1 cume hack to register," he said.
"Am I In time? That's good. 1
wouldn't like to miss a chance to vole
for Mr. Taft A very excellent man, Mr.
Mr. arne1 had prepared a long
typewritten statement In which he had
removed the political hide of Mr. Boose-
lelt. But when he heard of the attempt
I i.i kill Mr. Itooaeveit in -Milwaukee, n
tore It up and threw It overheard.
That news broke me all up, when It
came by wireless," he said. "It was a
terrible shock to me, for Mr. ltousevelt
la a Hue man Sometimes 1 think he is
wrong, but always I know that h Is
honest, sincere and patriotic at hnart.
It Is frightful that he should have been
"How doeB the Balkan war impress
you?' Mr. Carnegie was asked.
"A great pity," he said, "a great pity
Let ua hope It will be the last. Yes,
ye, may it be the last uf the wars.'
Vou know, Mr. Carnegie volun
teered, "I am a good convert lo democ
racy. I haven't a drop of fcluod lu me
which leads me to want to worship at
the feet of crowned heads or toady
tu then. But 1 must say I like the
Emperor William. He l a line char-
gCter. l like to hear him tain. I ilk.
I the stand he has taken loi temperance.
He la right and he Ig Impress. vu In be -
"1 am temperate myaolfi as you know.
I never drink a thing except some
time a leetle teuton whuskey-M very
Itet'.o" 'here the L.ilid of Sklbo Indi
cated a drink of proportions 'hat would
mak a bartender Jump uver the bar
with a bungetgrter If poured ut In a
aalooni "and then, mind ye, uuly when
the doctor order mo to do It."
MATRON OP CHILDREN'S HOME
1 Hiys ISS Stsisj 4b catldrsQ well bj iuioi Fstbei
Joliii . t i.o. MIh KU'u U'Uui, thtroB ul
BklldtteTs . Usual,
" Circulation Books Open to All."
Th I'rM PukUsblaa
BARZ WERE SAWED,
He's the Only Prisoner Who
Ever Tried to Break Queens
Jail and Failed.
PLANS TOO ELABORATE
Highwayman Had Just
Walked Out He Might
Have Gotten Away.
Tli only prisoner who ever tried to
escape from the Queen County Jail In
Long Island City and failed Is John
Ban, highwayman, who was blocked off
laat night Just aa he was getting ready
to bid the bastlto goodby. The trouble
with Bars was that he made too elab
orate a series of preparations. Instead
of sawing the bars of his cell, loosen
tng the screen and sawing th bar of
a window Bars should have walked out
through a door or a eld wall, as has
been the custom of Irked prisoner for
Bars had goo so far la hie gatawa
plane as to write a letter to th news
papers, which lis Intended ehould bo
found In his cell after his departure,
but waa found before he had been able
' ... mall, tin A lUlUrlllr. an a ., , i 1 1 a V... I
fact. Incidentally detectives are look
ing to-day for a good looking girl
named Lottl Smith, who la nuepeotftd of
having rmugxled Into Bars' all the
saw with which he almost sawed his
way to freedom.
RAN FROM FARMER AND WAS
Long Island farmers will be pleased to
hear Bar, waa foiled In In attempt to
get out of Ja.ll During tho summer
Barz, who 1 twenty-three years old
and uod to live at N. M North Reventh
street, Brooklyn, hJd up at the point
of a gun and robbed on the p jbllc high
way half a scors of gsrdeners return
ing to their farms from the Manhattan
markute. He wor a mask and hi re
volver was loaded.
On the afternoon of Sept. 10 Bars held
up a farmer named Holts, who was
driving out to his place in Bldgowood
Holts had a lot - of money In his
puckets so much money that he simply
couldn't afford to lose It. So he Jumped
off his truck and started for Bars with
the Intention of overpowering nltn and
taking his gun away from him.
Bars was su surprised that ho Invol
untarily turned and ran. lie didn't evea
Are his revolver. Bring a good ruuner,
be soon distanced Hot la, but the farmer
raised bis volcw so lustily that h was
heard by Mounted Patrolman Maroney,
who took up the chase.
Maroney traJled Bars two miles and a
half before capturing him.
THE SAWED BARS ARE DIS
COVERED. Barz was placed In cell No. 420 on the
fourth '.lr of that hollow but Imposing
atracture known as the irfueens County
Lottlo Smith was a regular oaller on
Barz. He had other c.ileta, too, but the
gtrl remained with him as long as the
visiting hours allowed. Frequently she
brought him food and fruit Occasion
ally she brought him soup In a pall with
a tltfhtly fitting top and after ft visit
about two weeks ago she loft the pal! In
Bvearythlnl the girl brought to Bars
was searched and at:e was ulwuyt
aeirched before he reaped tils cell.
The soup she brought was probed with
a spoon, but nothing susptlujj was
noted about the sou;, or the pail ou the
occasions of her visits.
Warden Schleth became suspicious of
llarz several days ago.
Afer all the prisoners had retire.! last
night, and th Jii was .lara, acnioth
I pummond the day keeper! and went tu
I !.- call, Uu-z sae on his cot. app.i.r-
I ,,y umb, gobleth called him, anJ
as he came to tho door the warden, who
Is a powerlul man. grabbed 1dm b Ull
throat through thu oats and held him
The keepers opened the cell door,
ruihol lu. secured liars and
(Continued on Second I'auej
TICIiKT oi l U K
for all Couletsv, L.tursl. Sauta Asssrlee set
lleraiuds Htesnstup Uses, Trswlsn' coscss sag
ewssr uftisrs. nisssst sud ure.l rhck muss
ieti dal li ! nig it 1-ti. Wjdit Trsrsl Ull SSSa.
g' gttttj yj" rt J ii itn.-"
BARS THAT BARRED
YORK, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19,
START FOR HOME
Doctors Decide ex-President is
Fit for Travel to Oyster
MAY RESUME CAMPAIGN.
Family Physician Says He
Probably Will Take the
CHICAGO, Oct. l.-"Col. Ttioodore
RooMVelt will leave Mercy Hospital for
Oyster Bay Monday morning at 16
o'clock over th Pennsylvania Rail
road." This was the announcement made to
day by Dr. Alexander Imbert, the
Colonel's family phyetalan. after the ex
amining physidat had Issued the fol
lowing bulletin describing his condi
tion: "I.0G A. M Saturday, Oct. If.
"Pule, W: temperaiture, ft; raoptra
Hoo, . Breathing easier. Keating
wall. Condition good. Convalescing
"JOHN B MtJRPIfY. M. D.
"ART Hint D. BBVA7I, It. D.
"ALEXANDER LAMBERT. M. D.
"SCURRY L. TERRELL. M D.
Dr. Lambert said th Colon! would
not be ble to make apecrhe for aom
time, but that he would be allowed to
take an active part In the campaign be
fore It was over.
"At present," oald he, "the only thing
we are worrying about Is that fourth
rib. It look all right and If it knits
properly, the Colonel may resume his
COLONEL SLEPT SOLIDLY FOR
NEARLY EIGHT HOURS.
liiet night was one of almost unbrokon
rest for Col. Roosevelt He fell asleep
shortly after 11 o'clook last night and ho
awoke only one between then md otter
7 o'clock to-day whan he announced
himself ready for breakfast
The wound the Colonel received at the
hand of a would be aasaeeln gave him
little trouble. Th crisis In his Illness
now Is believed to have ten passed and
his rapid raoovry I confidently expoct
ed. Blood poisoning no longer ta re
garded aa a possibility by bis attending
physicians. The only danger to he feared
now Is tetanus or lockjaw, but even this
Is believed to be romote.
Commenting on the statement of
newspaper and public men that In
temperance of campaign orator and
candidates I responsible for the elate
of public feeling which engendered at
tacks llko the one on Col Itooaeveit,
the latter to-day said:
"I feel perfectly safe In saying that
I ask no iuarter. i naven t said a
alnale thing In thl campaign about
anybody that 1 wouldn't write If I war
compiling a niBtory, ana mm u a tning
that neither of my opponent can
BIG POLICE GUARD ON WAY TO
Theodore ltoosevelt Jr asked the
Bull .Moose head.iiartera to make ar-
rangeiimnte ror the train. lteserva
tlons were ordered on the train by the
contingent of newspaper mt-:. and
physicians accompanying the Col n
and the hospital authorities piopared
to take up with the Pollen liepartm- nt
the quoetlofl of providing adequate
guard about the building when the
noted patient was to leave.
Tentative plans provide that he shall
leav the hospital, not In an am
bulance, but In a limousine automobile,
which will drive slowly to the Union
Station A wheel chair probably will
he there. In whli h he may . carried
down the long flight of at'ps to the
train floor. He will have a private
our and a guard of Chicago policemen
alll be Asked to accompany the train
to the Illinois State Una
.Secretaries If' Onth and Martin gath
mrd in tubs the letters thst have been
received frm all iver th- I'nlto.1 States
and arranged them for shipment by ex
press to Sagganurs Hill. I" taan Ml
letters have been inewredi and tit
others will be taken up by a IP a.
nArfi if secretariat when the Roooovolt
family has ru-stabl shed Itself in Oyster
Km Wins In tnslrnlla
fsYDNBT, Australia, Oct. 19-Th
stneh boxer. HucK K- eh, to-ilav ile.
I f(ftI4 boon Bernstln ol ergnoe, la
eli:'lt ro in'H, in l reii'-n.iiuri tuiiia'fis
up the poiiire The matoh us" fought
le Lh.i stadium befnre an tUdtegjCO of
roiint ai. rAJtrir. and uniaute
an i.i.i a Aaesmblr lien la tg fulltaar
Hulldlnf. ssalla Bto. and n aaalina It,
gay er nlsbt. Apply at. A. fratL Ueess
wnai ailiiiiSi TmZ
Bunny " and Man Who Twice
Stood Trial for Wife Murder
T&zM wA-f ft
IBWV MmW ' ssssbsssI
WILSON, HIS OWN VALET,
CLEVER WITH A NEEDLE,
SEWS BUTTON ON SUIT
Could Only Get While Thread
on His Special Car, but That
Was Good Enough for Him.
'"stwelsl to Th F,.iln World 1
board oov, wriLaoN'a uav
CAJW iMtiNt:ETo.N JUNCTION,
Ort. 11. "Has anybody a usadlo
and thread r1
The question did not proc.d from a
feminine source but from Oov. Wood
row Wilson, ss ho looked Inqulrlnxly to
ward onie of thu member or his uarty
gathered at the breakfast table early
"1 have lost a buttan at a strategic
pOtlltt laughed the ilovernor.
"Will white thread do?" asked one of
the newspapermen travelling with th
"Ves, I think so," was t'ie reply, anJ
, fw minutes later the Iieni.M rati
Preeldentlal nominee was sltuiiu on th
edge of the hed In his stateroom, pa
tiently threading a needle anJ seelog
a laWer button on hit coat.
Th OoVernor never had h valel and
hi been in tne nauii iinaing i
hi own wearing apparel
.1... caused him to leav.i hi
I his habit
ttt prlnooton Jum Hon
irly to-day and
to his hom a' rnricetun
itgway "''it for bli meetings
to net a
Carnegie Hall, Hew rork,
A. "i demy of M usio. lir.e.alyn.
Mrs 'llon hao gone to urn
and not. el v a st home to th Qor.
. rnor (eolded i" lel the olothee himttll
ii,. ,,i,i he would nop i few mln.
uti s n- Plin rWttgTsti l"i k hit .'in . ase an I
,0Btinue " to " v":iI
Vorlliem slonuolla liid. ien.leni
ST. PBTBM8HI It'i. Oct : It iasl i
ti.-dav reeognlscd the Indep denee of
Norinem McngolU Tlie former rtueelen
Mlntttef t Peking, J J Koroglevetg,
as r nrs in . a. m
capita) ot ItongOllgi b the Kutuktu ,,r
Khan, tnd communicated the ntperor
of Ruatla'e Jedelen amid clrcumstanoee
of unnrecedented pomp.
NWEKT rilHN. I'gr. A CAN.
. . j. i ii.ll t I. I BS ..nlAM ,f
tf. asnsu uopan i .- atarss,'.'
" Circulation Books Open to
TO WED HIS ' BUNNY,'
BUT HE MAY TO DAY
i Freed of Murder Charge, He
Rushes With Girl to Marry
but Law Calls Malt.
Freed In his second trial of the chirge
of murderlne hi first wife, Allison M.
If ae Far land bopea tnst to-day he win
becom till husband of Florence Ilrom
ly, the rhlludelphla girl wo wrot
him th "Hunny" letters and for lov
of whom the pro.-iecutlon alleged hn had
placed poison where his wife would mis
take It for her madlcln. Tom cund
Jury found that Mrs Ma Karland com
But (or a hitch. Maul'arland would
nave marrld Mm ltromlcy ytrday.
lmnvedlatnly th Jury had acquitted
him and h had gripped the foreman
tiy th hand, Mic.'arland, lauvhlng In
hvsterloal es.-lte ... nt ran from the
eoartnoom, junu..i mto a ticab ami
Degreet, hie attutuey There, happy out
c.rylnti. h flung himself Into th arms
of Mtas ltromley, wtio, red-eyed (pom
wee.p4ti(,-, tree walttus for blm.
A few momenta later, the (.tipls, ac
companied by reporters and photo
Kraphers and folluwtwl by a crowd ao
bit; that It him Led traffic. In the streets,
drove to Newark CUf Hall to get their
marriage Uogfieg snd be married
straight ay It waa exactly a year to
a day eime the tragic dcatli of the
Bererrwg to the crowd, MaolWlajUl
smlllnsly said as he went up the steps,
'The entire hOUgs has been soli) out."
MaeFarland rapidly gave hi. descrip
tion of blmaelf "'in, this is an easy
cross-. -lamination," he said rfi-efully.
Hut when h was eaked. When and
Where did your wife die?" Mac If u I ml
blanched for an Inetanl and Mts. liiom-
ley looked st the Poor a the man
replied. "Oc IS, Ull."
Miss llroml.y rapidly gave her an-
sweis, "ge jo, reeldenoe Ma s.ir.
viola street. Philadelphia, dlvoreaej.1
'i'..en cgjoe I hi bltdi The Mni m,i
to produce her divorce papers to the
clerk, and she said llle hud never ha 1
them Clerk lien o k threw down Mi
pen an I Produced the IgW when Mi
lloD t grguad thai snowing the
diver s pa pare was not n. s.ary.
it wag agreed thai the gtrl should r
turn i" Newark to-day, 'topping a:
Trent". i on Ihe way to Obtain a copy uf
her divorce de r. e
WILSON WINS STRAW VOTE.
en to. I1V in the
t iilll ,. of 1 he Iteg.
t'ouniy tor Progl.
(ltd this result
re cast ,f which
r ift t'j an i lions,:-
iWhign rogtn . 1
..iter Of New fork
I dent an' Governor
I In all, 1 von .
Wilson re slvs l U
v.-it 35 four voting blank
rnor Huiei roe re i 7t,
lli igti ii,
sir nis H biani in
Ropreaented In Ittlg teat wnre ths
vot.s of eevera Tammany noidoverg,
hut for three rs the offlo has been
mimas-cd by Kgltttl Ortfenhagejl a
Hepublt' an. who l.aa supplanted th
former 1 leimeratlo attaclta with men
af his owti political fKh 1tn bu few
BIG POINT FOR BECKER;
BREAKS DOWN STORY
TOLD BY SAM SCHEPPS
Police Lieut. Shay and His Wife
Swear Informer Wasn't at Defend
ant's House at Time He Said
He Delivered Rose's Message.
ARE READ TO THE JURY.
District -Attorney Promised Rose,
Webber, Vallon and Schepps He
Would Not Prosecute Them.
A severe blow to a vital part of the sUnj told by Sam Schepps was
delivered to-day by John F. fVklntyre, chief of counsel for Police Lieu
tenant Charles Ueckcr, on trial before Jiiitice Goff in extraordinary term
of the Supreme Court for the murder of Herman Rosenthal.
Schepps had sworn he went from ll.irry Pollok's home to the home
of Backer with a'messajie from Jack Rose. He asserted he told Becker
Rose was 111 und wanted to know what he was to do. Becker, according
to Schepps, sent word to Rose that RoHok's house was a good place in
which to stay. He asserted that Becker's house was dark and that the
defendant would not let him light I cigarette for tear he might be seen.
To shatter this damaging stnry Mr. Mclntyre called Police Lieuten
ant Shay and Mrs. Shay. Both swore they had been at Becker's house on
the night mentioned by Schepps, that Schepps did not call at the house
that night ami that the place was brilliantly lighted. Mrs. Shay added thx
Becker expressed regret .it the killing
MOOSETTES' TAG DAY,
Me Considers It Equivalent to
Begging; in Streets A
Million Badges Wasted. '
PrOgreeelV women who nt great ea-
ptnae orgenleed Bnooarelt tag day
(or OCl ': for the PUrpOOe of ral'lng
asaaaloa finds for the C..I. nd's party
are Kl,,rg lo he fJieappotniea so iar
their enterprise will D pormiuw io p-
ply to on city Mayoi deynoi win net
ptrmll th. egerelee of thlt money-rale.
Ing plan In the streets of New York, so
If the nill'tant Boosevell women want
in put Into iiw the million silken tils'
they have bad fJMfcde and printed they
sin required le Ironsfei ihelr aclivt.
ti. s io ether mes where tag dty opera-
Hone mat he permitted
Mayor Uaynor Is toting on prcedent,
rt until' ihe I'i'ard of Aldermen passed
a r. solution permitting the coltoettog
r mone) In the tl It y tasBtni! for
,,. benefit ( Ihe May Nurery on
niatan leland VeUiIng that reoolutlon,
t ie Mayor wrote "The remlution ts
of doubtful legality and mine than
I in ibtrui propriety "
sioie ills Tlekete Hwrwps
pickpockete on a Kouriii av out tar
lOls a wallet from K P, Htlntli a I'hll-
leiphi.i buolneag mgn, ahlle h- wa an
bis aa:. H Mrs. Main
. i rand Union Hotel to t .
ii , ' . i th"
in i I liner
i laronia to-day
t k.ts .ssued
in the wellet were ths
ti e iteemihlp oom
pan) tnd t.io In traveller's oheeka t-
l.i-'BlS Ol III I. II I'-Mlll'l (HO 1KHS'..
Tnfl l.olnu I" I'ennsyl vaela.
CAMBHIUOK-gPRrNOe), l-a.. Oct. !.
i resident 'lait will be here Oct. 20
io HaslaA lu the deilWatory exeicUMe of
the Helleh National AlUancsi College
A tele. ian'i gogepttgg 'be InvltgUgg was
nclvd.rou. niiii lu day,
. t - , 4s.
" r-onslderahle exriteinsnf wse rassm
In the Jammed eorrldn- at 11.10 o'clock
I' It when Antonio Soonnaalla. agad
twenty-five, uf No. ten Mulberry etreet.
ouxht to force hi way throua th police
lines and enter the courtroom Patrol
men Cahm and Ahel ordered the nun
away, but he nlalited on forcln his way
In. He tvas arrested and a rusty rax or
waa found In bj hip pocket. Th nan
waa taken to the Kltabeth street ora
tion a prtsnnsr. charged with carrylnx
HOW WHITMAN GAVE IMMUNITY
Mr Mclntyre aot before ths Jury to
day the agreement by wbjoh DUtrlct
Attnrnuy Whitman gave Immunity It
"Jack" Roso. "Ttrldgls" WaDber. Ifarry
Vallon md "Ham' Scheppa.
Under these stipulation Mr. Whitman
agreed not to praeecute the Informers
for murder, aambltng. grafting or other
barges growing out of the killing nt
Herman Itosenthal. provided they ha I
nnsi no suoi at or into ins sium in
bier ana would teaury tuny ana truti.
fully against llet-ker. The written con
fesston of "Jank" ltoe. which was gsi .
Ilshsd esclualvely by The World. Was
dsn a'loiltted as evidence and read ' I
the Jury by counsel for the defense.
When Mr WM'man was on the wit
ness stand yesterday .Mr Molntyre que.,
tinned hlni about about these stipulation
with the Informant, and the proserut i
greed to furnlok them tu-day win,
their prssentatlon to the jury the pubii
for tin tlrst time sets full lnformatl k
; a, ,,, th, tt:eements by which th me i
who confess they aided
of Ks.nlhal, lured the
the Shooting and paid
In the murdri
assassin to do
then for thi i
part In the killing escape prosecution hn
any charge that may grow out of th
tit y Ing of t'ie gaga, bier In front of the
1 1, a. I Metropol
Wntla one uf the prln.-tpal wltneaaes
Mas on the stead, and oefuro his
oroaeeggmlngt!on was begun, court
as adjourned until Monday mornlnti
I eo that the Juror might r. sister.
Mr Mv In tyre began the day pro
I aeedlnn by putting in evideaoa the
'. :.u,nuntiy t!piilatlun or fonraet he-
tWeen the State's witness
prosecution The defense also got on
the record th Jack ltue csmfeejeewg to
the iJlstrlot-Attorney snd rad tt 00 th
Mr. M Ofay re demanded that Dtetrtct
Attorney Whitman produs.- the ettpuu
ttens Th I dstrlct-Attorney at one
coiupi.id t'ue papurs tters naarkvd la