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GUNMAN LEFTY LOUIE'S WIFE CONTRADICTS
JACK ROSE'S STORY OF THE BARGAIN TO KILL
M K 1 1 MkH-MIr l-lkl mm Salardari ealder.
W 10 I mi .11 i .in tu-nlwiii Mil antnrdayi raider.
EDITION.
" Circulation Books Open to All."
Circulation Book Open to All."
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pptpv rMP r-PWT c.P,r..M. ii.ia.hT Thr.rgji fiMi.wii mpw YORK. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 15. 1912. 28 PAGES PRICK OHB OBKT.
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EDITION.
Rill RtRIMR FIRM TO K
lULUI II 111 II IU I IVil I I I l i
TO CONSTANTINOPLE GATES;
REPORT ARMISTICE SIGNED,
am --
Viclorkms Troops at kilios, a
Few Miles From Capital,
Whlk Peace is Furthered.
CHOI.liR A AT CHATAI J A.
Six Thousand Turkish Troops
Stricken, W hile BlllgarS Ave
Also Believed Victims.
X.ONDON. Nov. lb. Bulgaria and
7urkcy hat c ug'rsod vpon sn armlstics
accorulnc to a bh In newr ngem,
despatch which muni nn city thta
aftsrnoon from Bnchsrsst, Bonmanlx.
CONSTANTINOPLE, Nov. IS. Bul
aarlan troop haw reached the
vlriuity of Klll.ia on the Wlack Sea
ioat at the entrance of Hw
nboru. and within a few mlW of
the ctoital Tha own bolonilin to
the Titr'lih llfboa: s' V m
lft.
The announcement thii the Bulgar
ians Imvi! reached lb vicinity of Kllton
lift a earner "f the veil which has
been bulling obssryors for soma .lay
regarding the nogeiMHta' ef Otf vlo
tortau invader In front ol ln ,'t--man
. 'Hal.
Th.-i. apexrsnce at ktllloa ahowa that I
thay hav.- managed t' breep round be
hind arhai known aa th oraet uf i
Belgrade nn the outsklrlH of CoBsTMnV j
i'lople and sic no In ..-lose proximity
to Therepls, the summer resort of the
resident of Conetautlnople, rfoin I
Therapla a good i",l leads (9 Within
faw miles of lOlloa.
Nothing ha yet BOIBa to hand "
how whether the Bulgarian Ht Kiln.
are In strong force or merely u da- j
tachmen: or cavalry aoouta binning a
,mi r.iitf. nf i i.i r. i.i i'li tu lin- Turkish i
capital Tier. '., u Ftr.i..c: il.-t -tided .
fort at Klll'ia. but tlile Ww DOlMlrtlotod
to tfdftnH tha placi from attaoa b ioa,
a id ninjf b opan to aaaault n tha land
de.
6,000 CASES OF CHOLERA NOW
AMONG TURKISH TROOP8.
The abolan apldantlc amonc tha Turk j
i ah troopa holding the Una of tortlflca- '
tlona at L'hatalja In fr.iiit of Conal .ti-
tinopiu in rapidly baoomlns woraa
tivei i
W ca.ee are reported d, aM tba
total number iir.au y codii 6,ow,
Whatavar fcopaa the Turko may her.
had of malnriiuluk' tba Una of defense
at Cbatel'a have Le a illtiipa'r I uy tbla I
outkraak of cholera. An tyevttatea at- I
clare. that he .aw S03 corner-, kwttel
on. Mg trench at Kad.mk.ul. the'
der-la-ohlef, on ToeeJay. The bodle
were dray ifed to the epot on hooka and
dropped tut . the trench, which waa not
nearly deep cnov.rh for the purpoae, the
oov.iinr of earth belnr very ahallow.
While eholeri 1m itniK-rii)!n.ri,r the
TuiKIhIi lafanae. It also at tha same,
time aonatltutea a naoal formidable up-1
r jut nt to the Qu!arlan advanab, ,n i
ti :i-!iit j , i believed har. thai tha ojt-.
break r'' atapoaad f the quaatloa of
even a Ckmpol ary occupation of Con
art ) b tha Bulgarian tti
it
I though! unllkolj that King rordlnanu
of HulK.ir;a will rlak the IWaa of id
culdlor In this way it h i .nod u.
t. i. ...... ...i on u-oinl authort that
,-haiera hue already appeared among tha
liuiirunaii troop. T da would not t.e at
ail karattalng. aaatng t at lhay occupy
the poaltloni where t;.e dlaeea ciaimaa
.t tint victim.
The Bulgarian army nn Sunday laal
O'-cupled tha tmui of Park at til
uiau laa and of tha Chatalja llnaa and
t.saa oontrola the arator aupply f Con.
etaiitlnoi-b'. Till. hOW.Var, t,;.si.Jtyel
beari Interfered With,
The apathy and tnillan raaignallon
.hi, aeMeh tha Turk. I I II the aerie, ot
:
i
fvorwhrliiitii Biwaier. o.-,. i he eahauatad tba fund., and oradlt
rZJmXTJ:u" - Of lb. Carn.. Trii.t o.m,,, b, ,
prewion of any orltlolim or damonatra-1 effort to bolat.r up the affair, of the
tton. of re-i.ntm.nt. Pha grant inaaa of I corporation In widen him.eir and hi..
Mo.lom. how.ver, ..r,- Inclined to l0,v I friend ware Inter Ml ed
to the Inavttab'.e ami to iceept without ,., ,.M q, ifydo, than Ctt) Cham bar.
violent oppoaltlon what they regard a,l,,,in waa ladloted fai thf mlawta of dty
a dtctat. i oi ...n.
MOR TURKS SURRENDER TO
SERVIAN FORCES.
rlttLOrlADHi S rvla.. Nov. 15,-sAn.
,lher Turkish force hoisted the White
(Coiitinuod ou l ourib I'uge.)
BIG BANK WRECKER,
WHO LOSES APPEAL,
ORDERED TO PRISON.
m rA dfl
0
WILLIAM 0 CUMMINS
APPEAUSDENIED
Wrecker of Carnegie Trust Co,
Ordered to Sing Sing Cell
for Hour Years.
.umrnlna. on.
and would-be exploiter of
fartiaglt Tru.t .npnny.
I u riln- tor
the jafunot
must -rve
hie llnu Kink aenteno of not leea than
fott1 Bar ami nirlit months or mora
,, ,. , ,,..Ujl aI,d ,.f!it month., c
d) , , ,..,., r ,,. Appll.te
I I IKIOll Ol l.ir r....T . ...... ...........
,nwn lo-day. II.' wan convicted a yuar
airn of havlnic ralsi'.l rtn.nnO nn ehe,i
of the Mnataenfh Ward Hank and tha
Van Norden Trusi Company, aatonalM)
io protect to-k of timee oonaarua, anil
t have oonverted it to bla own ue'.
t'liunaal for Oummtna aavld lo-day that
tha caee would or itik.n to the COUTl uf
Appaala uml tliut nn effort would lii
I mad to obtain uiothar tay of tne pro
i.i ,-.i r'e aantaae ponding that appeal,
Cummtna oum' from KaakvUlai Tana.,
several yagrp agOi a-lth aatfaul ainlil-
tous mduatrlal proanotlona, und man-
igad to gat control of tha affaire of the
c irnagla Tru.it Company, arltli h h
l!lll
m Bnanairag his nanny iinauhatantaaJ an I
teiprlxee. When the l'reel.l.iit of the
mmpanr. '' IMoginaon. died of po
eottoua aane?. from a m.tevHurgiat fur J
nnaa under Perournatanoaa uggaatlng
uicid (mi) pi Curontlo. put Jn. '
Kolohmnn, itnaa convlotad of offanaeil
iutiiar io thaaa ohnrgad ngglnnt Cunt I
mln.i at Lha hand of (ha company,
it was charged at tha trial of Cummlni ;
,md. hi, eliarirni rrowln. out of lha
Cnrnagta Truat ndal,
bi en ret fo- N'o. .
ills ti l a bat
KI.KCTKO utiiKAiit KUU HI. DUX.
strl- .iy neiv luld when stored lii ruodt.ru
wsrhatlsss UuinttMd eouml and wei
br A K-. . Mcnall a Coudu Co.
BANKER CUMMINS
MUST SERVE TERM
FAMOUS SURGEONS
SEE PATIENT DIE ON
OPERATING TABLE
Stovaine Poisoning Proves
Fatal to Many Before Cut
ting Begins.
CASE CONSIDERED RARE,
Use of New Anesthetic Has
Seldom Resulted Adversely,
Men of Medicine Say.
.ii-irH' ll'.rt. jtnt.'tit ut'l im; nc lion
hi attn. dlad thin atiern-ion on Ul opaf
i.tli.at tnble of the New York rolyclliil.-
Ho apt tal, bee?ote a group ol dtatlnejutnttod
turgaoraf, rnombera of ttie citntceVl Oaai
trea ot Burgaoni of North America, at
praa.nl in ajaaakm in thin eltjr,
Thla wan tha Snrl ratal termination of
th portal of remarkable demonstration
if advanced aurKrv. which iiuh been in
in pit'lrri'K in vatlou hospital and
'iinicH throughout tha Hty, during the
viaii of the aurgaorea, VtThnl made the
leutii cr the pntli nt r.n mora atgntftennt.
In the eye of the euraeon?, was that It
w the n tt fatal raNe In tide country
of eto able p.il.ioul'ia.
The patient We laid on t!ie operating
Inlile or1 l the cthitlnK s irae ina, who had
tickets to ailtult tin -ni io the room. Coun
tered ubout. !r WlMlatn Beaman Bain.
bridge, tne n,icratliia aMJaUlli and hi
naetetanh ami nurnaa, prepared th.-m-aatveg
wtth the usual antlaentto and
don 1 thall robe, and inaaihk Tlien.
briefly, 'ir. Balnbrldge M plained tne
use?. f in. newly igecovereel g lovable
an a Im-al nnestheal. to Bttpnjnnt etlier
ami the other nnaathatlog aottinorily uti
lised. ir. Bnlnbrldga than Injected Btoenlne
liypordartntoslly In tin- patient' epiii.il
BOrd, Th- usntni true was allowed fgr
'.io- ilrua's tiklnif effect uefor. an In
ctelon wa commonoad. liut Instead of
rliow InsT the usual reai tton to the
anesthetic the patient suddenly began
to elnk. Ml heart action became
quickly ."laelti-ned nn-1 charactmlHtlc
evidences of 0tova4na polsoningr i vary
rare occur,,etiee ware manifested.
The viaitin aurneona naahttad Dr.
I Bainblidga In his efforts to stop the 'n-
roads of tin- poison and rantora the fan
I ebblni vltnUty. tint every roe torn five
was unavailing. The patient died on th1
lal.lv before Ihe eves ot' Die AurKeon.
$10,000 GOLiTgR(NT MEDAL.
MISSING 43 YEARS. FOUND.
OMAMA, mOLB., Kov. ir.. -Tlu- i'.M)
gTt'iti mt'tiui prMtntatd to Qn i . S
UruTit on May 1". ho (trvi
the rVOM rilko at riiniiniiotory Point.
I t com !.f inn; t it- flrstt IrMMIOnU"
iM'iii.ti rail road i and which diaappaarad
the dny folio wine, t?am to light Intra
to-day. I . W. Stan, ot i , for I b lunt
half century . wUr (ier( profini.ii
tha rnif-inu moiiianto fnm iii; privata
Mfe( irhar it had Uoau hidden for mora
th.m forty yaara,
pltetnoott aayM it' pitrohaeed tii miniai
from -i rttranift-r. who blOU0ht It to hli
ihosp thoadey after II dliaptiaared.
JUDGE COMMrrS LAWYER.
At the end of the day in ahlcli In-
dnghad froquently with judi fiwgnn in
Fan ii, Qenerni gJana1owi during tha
hearing of a fnruerty ease. John k. pnr
llng, form, i' iieputv Attomey-Oeneral.
' f the state, waa adjudged in oontnmpt
of court and coinmltt.-l to the Tomu
for thirty dMNh
iMiiina. Judg wwann lieht. had at
1 1. mpted io block tn.- udmintutmtlon of
juattcc and had uaed contemptuoua
language to tha Couft He waa par
I olad fur ten days without bond, itt the
' end of w hich time he must return to
, the Tom be and serve his sentence.
FOR RACING SEE PAGE 4.
It's Good
Advertising
That Ckows
From Jan. 1st to Nov. 14th
The World printed - 1.390.024
The Hrrald printed - ' 4 9 3 I
The World's Lead - 640,093
The World glilxtd 'J'i,795 Ads.
over the correbpondinx
period of last year.
ban
She Paid for"Big
ae.aeaaeee
TWO GIRLS BURIED
TEN MEN IN
E
'rapped by Collapse While
Visittnji but Not Injured
Rescuers at Work.
BA4.T I. AM" .ITT. kfOV. lf..-Twelv
person, tour ,if them vlMltor. InOtUdlng
two prir'. are tnirlnd 1n the vast work
Inga of the Old Hunt Silver mine ut
IVlBflo Beaver County. ITtaih, The visi
tors art uninjured on the MO-foot level.
The fate of .Ight miners In the lower
level is uncertain.
New martiwl hare this m,irnin thai
the Horn Silver Workings lia-l cave-l in
from the 100 to th.- Tim levels at 10
o'clock last night Haisy. aged six
teen, ami Hanoi nineteen, daughter of
Mine Foreman Roy Alexander, with
David Hanks und Arnold Robinson.
wtKhls.er.. and their guide, James
PKajfi night shift boss, oommunjoated
through air pipe thai they
the 3IUI level and uninjured.
were on
SUgbl miner. Including Foreman
Alexander, were at work nn lower
levels. Tin air connections with their
stations wen torn nut by the fall of
dtrl and there Is reason to fear that
not one will be found alive.
-nsafsfsVssw
4w
4 mLm a . m
I-- i I
..... M. , ' 2
WITH
UTAH SILVER M1N
Rou work was started i.i once byTM read thai Ml - I yne "was die si .r
H corps of sixty miner working In re J who slap I Hnmmeratoln on hi unpro.
lavs ,f fifteen for fifteen minute eneh. i tei-t. .1 niIc so thill aha apralnad I'er
Th reecue work hvai night whs under I thumb." Tin- impreanrlo with the funny
the direction of .1 It. oultraj.. milling
ensrtnaer. and to-day Stupt. A. A
Hen
derwtn Is lii charge.
I'li,- mln Is drv above the 1,101 1
and unless th re Is a Further sil.le or
ground It I likely tint the party on Hs
nihiiM- level will hi. saved. The' have a
small Kiipuly of water and 110 I U ho he
or nana mlaera,
Kris 0 Is nbuul lis) miles SOUt of S ilt
ISSk City. The Horn HUvel mine wa..
once one of tile I'll tn'St llv r mines In
the West
'Jl-llour Plnpsn la 4tuel.ee.
MONTMsAI, Nov, It, -Th ato m
which has rnajed tnroagboul Qu
Province for the DaXt twenty four hours
his i rfei-i ually tied Up navigation on the
si. Uewronsssi Th. auapeatnion .f notlv.
it.- in the local harbor oomea .it a time
When thu lake steamers are pOUTlng .!
huge i argues of grain which, If n il
tulckly exported, win cause a norm
lion
$12 Mcn'sO'coats&Suits.$5.95
"7." .... ' J. .. . '
nii!ii,, , i,ii',...'i,,' ih',. world Jin ..i
to-day and tfaturday .,000 af an'a Winter
fancy gray. b.OWIl and lurk inix-.l
WUI'Mtt'MN All hUf", Mill Ul' r il'tillih
brtihtt'; worth IZ In uny otlier UiOT9
Stk'Ti K&&iiWiWP
Night" From Hern (IMf 1
ee a..
1
&
IS IT LIBEL TO CALL
'ONE AH DUCK?'
That's What Singer Saul Ham
nierstein Was in London,
Judge Is Informed.
Just what .ti'l Felice I.yne, the
raallt Wall III gnmd opera singer, have
In mind when aim Bald Oscar Ha-nniier-totn,
her one-time Sponsor, wiui a
"dead duett In tendon?'; This wu the
question put up to Supreme Court Jus-
th e geabury to-day. The fnmous o
eur Is suing the Utile prima donna, ul-
(if-slna the libelled him when she put him
in the dansisd dunk cins.
"What Is a dead duek? That s the
I quesjtton, JTour Mono.-, to in- decided In
this ile. sa el li. riliow.i.-n ..lursnan,
repreaantlng Miss i.ym . "There i notha
Ins in the law hooks Which brings the
sx pre salon sithln tin. libel law. Tin-
whole affair I tnnre or li s a Joke and
not worthy the dignity of a suit."
Charles .lold.ler, attorney for Ha.m-
1 iiiei Hteiu. ak.H I hat the Court decide
j ,lat ,hw (atameata conuln.id Iti the
ooraptalnl auflMonl to conaHtute a
; ,.BUIU, cf a, lion.
j There i another llttts referene. to
jtrhlch Osear objected atTOngly and w hich
was oontnlPe'l t' Ho- ;mper hliuiltted.
. BUS hat has iNsi.-teii that the au-isjuna
I singer did not iwat hun. although aim
' ha 1'' bested at various time that she
I "put over" the punch.
Miss I.yne Is also Wiurged. w.th saying
1 iammoreteln would "bn stoned out ot
London1
Mr, Marshall then explained mat the
referene. to the stoning was 11..1 a
II hoi on ffstfnmorateln, hut If anything
a libel on the people of Loudon.
"gUch au a t as stoning Mould ind
ent th.t ieimdon' reeldanti were
wi'.i and anvags moa ol p.-opie," n.
Mid,
Attorney Ootdglei tol.l the Court the
COURTS TO DECIDE
fad Ihut a st. ii lift a manager on his sajs-and in mis sue is not uispuieu
unproteotad pate might b rubbish and "Hl when the check was presented th
might BsM ba common la the world of I combined assists of Mr. Htrauss and Mr.
giand opei, i, o,t that wus no reus on ! Vosburgh did nut nearly total th
why the court sho uld declare the paper amount demanded.
I... can- InaulOclMl and throw the atrg. Thompson, who subsists, h
, . ut. I says, exclusively upon the alimony she
-Se- gits from her husband, a prominent
MiOH Ol I t'Olt I III J Phlladelphlan, had r lvd an alimony
Soupon
Which "ill be printed In
Inaei anndav' IVarld uoi.d for a
u'i. ,. i. .rsd. .n-.. book n u i ... Heefol
I ton f0f tbe InitruetlOg and atniise -
Went "f Children
Sixteen ;i.ic s of
lllrtures
thai dev. lop Ihc mind.
I J'reo fur
the coupon In next Suu-
W vYOrifJ. urder in advanca.
big NIGHT:' "PRlllRIF" WFRRFR RAN
I SI 86; BUT WHHIW S u""'u"-
GUESTSWONT PAY!
Messrs. Strauss and Vosburnh
Want to Know Just Wh.it
Happened, Costing So Much.
ITIHY CANT RfZMHMBh'R.
Mrs. Thompson Sues on
Cheeks, After Depleting
Stocking Roll to Pay Bills.
Aaron II. Htrauss, Preel.lent of the
New Jorne-y (Vntral Oevelopment Com
pany, at No 149 Uroadway, and Myu
dert A. Voaburch, attorney for the earne
corporation, appeared ty counsel Harry
Koech In the Third HHtrlet Muni
pal Court tn West Fifty-fourth street
to-duy and eskrd tor a bill ot partic
ular In th uit for Its brought against
them Jointly by Mr. Nancy Thompson,
a crass widow, of No. Stt Waet Fifty
first street. The caa waa adjourned by
agreement to Nov. 27 and John ('. Old
mlson, attorney for Mr. Thompeou,
promised to be on hand at that lime
with a full and complete bill of partic
ular. Mrs. Thompson Is suing to recover
the face value of two checks, one for
P and on for gut, signed by Reran,
and given to her, she saye, on Oct. X.
When afts wnt to caah the checks the
heat day, she declare, she found pay
ment had been aUaWssiL. -
Ives gSJ check waa given her. she
say, to make good Ma cash she had
expended for a late supper at the Cafe
ilea Heaux Arts. Th cheek for 1160. she
tetes. wa given In payment for sn en
tertainment consisting, according to tbs
complaint, of "mil!., rerlpals, onga,
dances, food, drink and cigarettes,"
given at her apartment on Oct. X, In
which aha ana sevei.il other young
women participated. Mr. Mtraues and
Mr. Vostiurgh admit the KM transaction
In general way, but say they are ex
tremely hasy aa to the entertainment In
Mra. Thompson' Hat: honcn their de
mand for the bill of particulars.
IT WAS A BIQ NIGHT THAT
NIGHT, ALL ADMIT.
Here Is the story of the night of Oct.
2S, as told by Mrs. Thompson and In
dorsed exoept ae to certain details
ssked for In the bill of particular -by
Mr. Mtrauas and Mr. Vosburgh. In pass
ing It Is proper 10 elate that Mr. Htrauss
and Mr. Voahurgh a: pear to be about
(orty-llve years of age snd Mr. Htrau.
who I quite stout, live at No. tU.1 Car'
roil sin , t, Brooklyn, and aj an ac
count at the Muntauk Hank, In that bor
ough.
Mr. Strauss and Mr. Vosburgh csllsd
In the early evening on Mrs. Tnomiaion
whom they had met sever ! times, and
announced that they wanted to be the
guests at a party. They yearned for
moatc, dancing and song. Mrs. Thomp
son sent out and got some young
women friends to aid her In providing
the entertainment demanded. Along
about midnight, perfortnei a and audi-'
nee, being urreltd with music, rscitali
and dances, all tliesMi having been of the
latest conp.altlon and execution and
learing the Uroadway endorsement, con
cluded t bring the ptrty to a close.
Mr. Thompson put In a bill for Hat),
row ring not only the mulcal. intel
lectual und torpslohorsen part Of the
ntartalnment, but refreahmanta, liquid
snd otherwise, served during Its prog
ress. Mr Stiau, Mr-. Thompson
aweara, gave her a cheek, for the amount
demanded. Mr. Hiram's Bays somebody
took a blank check from hi pocket and
fllled It out for ItuO a.nd that thla check
waa subsequently preeuuted to Ills bank
bv Mr. Thompson.
MRS. THOMPSON HAD A ROLL
IN HER STOCKING.
In' n the flat In Klft) -III t stmet, Mr.
Thompson und a young woman fin mi
ami strauas and Voeburgh proceeded to
tha Hsa Ul Art, where ihey fainl vi.th
out undue restraint Mr. Thompson
payment a day or two Detor mm had
quit"
roil Ol u:im in ner sio-sing.
' Hhe paid th check of I'M an! sl.io
i handed the waiter
tip of t-'.
Vi'erM Building TurfcUk Bath.
Alvs.. nuen. bUi eri.ftt raia It.
AFTER THE SHOOTING,
SAYS JOHN THE BARBER
"Dago Frank" Takes Witness Stand
and Backs Up Part of the Story j
Told by His Companions
and His Own Alibi.
NEW WITNESSES SWEAR
GUNMEN DIDN'T SHOOT
John J. Hickey Describes One of .the
Slayers as a Man With "Sharp
Chin and a Straight Nose."
John Heisler, also known as "John the Barber," gave a strong ItrJk
this afternoon in the defense of the four jxvinmen wtto are on trial bevfare
Justice ( .off In ExtrxIWtmty IIUH ft m wfklml'Laurt charged wHn
the murder of Herman Rosenthal. He swore that he bad seen "Bridgk"
Webber riinniiif' away from the scene of the Wiling after the gambler
shooting.
OF LINER AT SEA
FOR THREE HOURS
Smoke Still Pouring from the
Mexico When 70 Passengers
Are Landed Here.
Smoke wa .till coming from the hold
of the Wnrd l.'nc steanier Mexl.x, when
she rea. he.) tier dock at Pier 1", Brook
lyn, to-ihiy, f.Uluwing a three-lsmi' light
with lire veatetdav morning The seven
ty pans 1 1 1 gem on iut de.tks hurrte.1
uhhore. narvngg aiel gt.-ul to esioape.
Hin.c .1 aallur off wutch saw smoke
FIGHT FIRE IN HOLD
sho.rt from one uf tne forwar.1 hatches tkm of his fsrlow-gunmen's erldenoe.
yesterday morning at s o'clock until the j a round-faced young man named John
Mexico MHtohed her dis-k, no one was J. Mickey, who varies hie occupatlone
quite nurs how serious the danger waa. between tending bar and tending door
An soon e the Are wa discovered j for gambling houses, awors that he bad
('apt O'K. efe had nil the passenger , stood almost beside Hermann Roeeo
aroused. The men came running half (thai when ho was ahot down, and waa
clad Into Ihe saloon and the women . sure that the layer, were not any of
tn night clothe huddle.) against the ' the four defendant 'Hyp the Blood.'
walls, while the officers got ready th" "Iifty Lsiule," "Whltey" Lewi or
lfebis! Then the hatch waa opened "Hagu Prank." Il wn even mors pool
and et' iim let In to smother the Mro. tlve that Itoae, Wel.her snd V allot) war
The v leaa had begun to sputter in - not among the assaaalna.
the .ink and ten minutes elapsed be- When Justice loff took hold of the
fore ur. answering call cam.: from the witness he admitted thut he had only
city of Atlanta of the jtav snna i Line, j teen hat . face through a mist o' psw
Whlch lav fortv miles south. The rea- dar smoks, and cut lie could only res
din steamer lay tu. awaiting the out-1 call that the man who had ahot ft rat
come of the Br, and for three hour had a sharp chin, was smooth Shaven
neither vess.-l moved. By that time ,,M,i had a cap pulled down over his
Capt, O'Kaefe wlrel.es.. i that the Are
was under sen trot
Ml da) yeeterday eight atream of
i. it.- were Aosslng into tha hu.i uf tn.
m. xi -i while aha raoed for iht aatak,
Th,- MXtetJ carrlo.l a cargo of liemip
pi I u,
it Progress!, Yucatan, Isr'oro
she took on her passenger at Havana
The deennga i 'he tire wa entirely to
th.
FISHERIES TREATY SIGNED
BY KNOX AND BRYCE.
WAXUIINCeTOIf, Nov. I hanrilai
Knox and Anibas d n lirue I i-tsy e-
hnnged ratlgoAtlotii oc tne iranty
ignevl Ji.iv " inn providing fr in nd
' lathi i w c.-n Orv.ll Britain at.d th
lnitad States of the North AtUUtll.
hh. r.e conlroveray, Tha saaivsntion
alres.lv has been ipproved hy thu
rietiute
in subatan a it pease rl bos th boaudary
water and provide a OomWllnagjn to
pass upon the r.-asouahlencs of tocsl
Canadian and Nee fuuulUnd rtsherlea
regulatluna
he gambler
rTrJ"PaV"
a ataxy:
fonewea genu
jant befea
d ae m tneee of aVaao. '
by wkdeh he asssssd ae lay
feaaaaUoa for aa eXort to
wao weal to tbs wen atdn
laet week aa xenxgad
"rldgte" Wabaer.
"aftp Isseie'e aasy aU
be teU of thef vtest of Jagfa
Its! Bks Usee
Rather wobbly corroboration at fast
testimony of the gunmen by whloa ttssp
sought to shift the guilt for the murder
f RoMuthat upon the shoulder ef
"Brtdgls" Webber, Harry Vsllon and a
vague and IndeHnlte individual referred
to as "Itsby" was offered after "Dago
Kraak " i.-irullcl had flnlhed hie ferjeti-
forehead.
Mickey waa the reverse of no enthu
.lsallo nr confident witness. His round
j face allowed evidences of pain and
anxiety throux-mut his direct and
cruss-exremlnattoiL His answsrs were
I faint und timorous, and hen the pre
siding Justice look him In hand his
v ibe n me in ehaky gust.
"DAGO FRANK" TESTIFIES AS TO
HIS OWN ALIBI.
The nllbt gunman "Ifcigo Prank," had
been on the stand almost two hour be
fore he was succeeded by lllcXsy. Me
addad little to the record of Che defsno
save the details of his alibi, n wntoh b
recounted that he hud left id compnn
hin ut the door of "Bildglu" Webber's
poker room, telling them that he wis
afraid they Here golns Io stay out all
night boontng, wherefore he had beat."
go home U "Jean Oordou" In hr
geveiuh avenu tint, as ht had not been
"home" in two days. He roaohed there
only io learn that th. young woman had
been arrested for "loitering."
There an leas of the MgasjngJS aggei
lailtated
as tjhstt gag at baa ttssa Bewe aagro
be -sage nsTangosssat few gag
mnadaa. ab gaaiareg the assnaa a

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