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NFORMERS ON GI INMEN fiO FREE TO-NTGHT
- - - i r,-- r"na ni,n i rwi.ri-ri-rLnju-iririj-uij-ur
YFDtf JURY BOX FILLED IN SHORT ORDER
WstATIIK.lt ra,r Ki-nlKhl and Tharaaari warmer.
WIQATNKR Kilr tn-nlnhl and Iklfi4n natail.
EDITION.
" Circulation Books Open to All.
Circulation Books Open to AIL
PRICE ONE CENT.
QUICK WORK ON Hi JURY;
HE MAKES NO CHALLENGES;
TRIAL BEGINS TO-MORROW
Ex-City Chamberlain Chaiged
With Bribery in Robin Deals
Wants It Over Quickly.
GETS TO COURT EARLY.
One Juror Excused After Being
Accepted, but Another Is
Soon Found.
The jury which Ir to try former
City Chamberlain Charles H. Hyde on
a charge of bribery In connection with
the Robin Bank loans to the Carnegie
Trust Company, waa completed late
this afternoon In Extraordinary Term
of the Supreme Court, where Justice
Ooff la presiding. The Jury was aworn
n and court adjourned unUl 10 o'clock
to-morrow morning, when District
Attorney Whitman will outline the
case for the State.
It had been believed that Hyde
would be locked up during the trial.
but Justice Ooff took no action and
Mr. Hyde, who Is under heavy ball,
went to his home.
District-Attorney Whitman, who with
Assistant DUtrlot-Attorntys Frank
Mmi, John Klrklsnd Clark and Aaron
3. Colnon. Is prosecuting the case, aald
lis expocted to comrplste the State's
case In four days. The defense an
pounced that It would complete Its pres
entation In less than two days.
HYDE POSES IN COURT FOR HIS
PHOTOGRAPH.
Mr. Hyde appeared at the Criminal
Court Building tomv time before his
counsel. John fi. Stanchfleld and Max D.
Bteuer, arrived. He posed for his photo
graph and commented on his case quits
freely. He said he Iras glad the trlsl
was about to start and wanted no more
delays.
The work of selecting a Jury was be
gun at once. Walter W. Tlneley, a coal
dealer living at Nu. 408 East One Hun
dred and Thirty-fifth street, wai the
first talesman examined, and he wae
SMtriel upon as Juror No. 1 by both
Ms.
William O. Morse, coffee importer, of
Jo. 61 Rant Fifty-eighth street, and
with offices at No. til Wall street, ad
mitted that ha had formed an opinion,
but snld he oould go Into the Jury box
prepared to give Mr. Hyde a fair trial.
He was accepted as Juror No. 2.
Helden Mi MacNell, on Insurance
luan. llvlnsr at No, 217 We Seventy
eixth tttn et and having an office at No.
KG Maiden l.ane. was accepted by both
aides us Juror No. J.
"I want twelve men In the Jury box;
'm not going to be Challenging peo
ple." said Mr. Hyde, turning to an
gvenlng World reporter.
Anson W. Kelane. civil engineer, of
JJJo. 11 Kant One Hundred and Fifty
Sixth street, was accepted as Juror No.
I, but he was later excused and Axel l.
Anderson, B Djshlsy at No. lit? Madison
avenue I Ills place.
Mercer M llamsay, wholesale flour
fituiei of So. - stone street, living at
No. goo West one Hundred nd sixty
t'alrd street, went into the box as
Juror N'o "
Harry B. I 'crimen, dt No. S17 West
One Hundred ami Seventh street, an
architect, ni No, 111 fifth avenue, be
came Juror Nu. li.
GOES ON JURY WITHOUT QUEb
TIONS BY DEFENSE.
William II Braktnti of No. 29HS l'erry
aVenUe, the BronXi retired dry goods
Sealer, was accepted as Juror No. 7
without even being BUamltted to an ex
amination !' Mr, bteuer.
John Ci Hankinsdej, a builder of No
127 West on,. Hundred and Eleventh
Street, wae the first talesman examined
after luncheon, Ht was sworn in as
juror No, s, h'rsneli B. Cotton of ths
foundation In the Mar bridge Building
became Juror No, X
Alonzo H. It. .1.1 ,t consulting en
gineer of No, -i Went Seventy-sixth
street, v.'us uoospted Juror No. 10.
Hunry S. Itoud, mechanical engineer
pf No. X West Fortieth street, WS8
mom in as Juror No, It
Inlay Bend, .1 uanh teller. No. 137 West
Klghty-seveath street) was the twelfth
tnan Selected to complete the Jury.
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HITA
BULGARIA HALTS
CHATAUA BATTLE
TO DISCUSS PEACE
Army Gets Orders From Sofia
to Stop Fighting While En
voys of Two Nations Meet.
BOITA, Bulgaria, Nov. K.-Tha Bul
garian tr s operating before the line
of fortifications de' ndlng Constantl
nople at Chataija ho received orders
to ceaee fighting and merely to hotd
the positions they have won, as negotla
tlona have been begun for the conclu
sion of an armistice at ths request of
Turkey.
All Ike reports emanating
eonssss alleging
t re ope sad gained victories
ever ths Bulgarians along the line of
f ortmoatloms a OhataUe are offlatoUy
deolared natrae by the Balgarlan War
Office to-day.
This is ths only Information given
out thus far In regard to the three
days' operations of the Bulgarian
Army before Constantinople with the
exception of yesterday's announcement
that battle had bsen engaged at the
advanced point of the line.
Gen. Savoff, Bulgarian Commander-in-Chief,
was to-day chosen aa Bul
garia's representative in the peace
negotiations ibetween the alMee and
Turkey. He Is with the army at Cha
taija. CONSTANT I NOl'LK. Nov. 20. The
position at the Chataija lines was de
scribed by Naslm Pashs, the Turkish
Commander-in-Chief, In a telegram to
the Turkish War Office, timed 12 11
P. M. to-day. aa follows:
"Beporte received at this moment
atats that the enemy facing our left
wing withdrew completely last night la
ths direction of the elopes of Vapas
Burgas. Our reoonnolterlng parties
counted over flvs hundred dead Bul
garians on the slopse la the enviroaa
of Chataija railroad station. From
their epaulets It waa established that
the dead soldiers belonged to the First
Infantry Beglment of Bona. A num
ber of rides, caps aad otsoere' aworde
wars brought in by our troops.
"According to statements made by
Bulgarian prlaonsra ths enemy hae
been without food for three daya aad
Is retreating. The Bulgarians were on
able to carry away all their wounded.
"Toe morale of our troops Is very
good "
Heavy gun firing was audible at 4
o'clock thle afternoon from the direc
tion of lllyuk Chekmedye at the Hea
of Marmora end of the Chataija forti
fications. It Is believed that a Turkish
warship was tiring at the Bulgarians.
Wireless, despatch from the com
mander of the Turkish battleship Torgut
Hets. timed 1 A. M. Nov. SO, reports that
a Turkish detachment operating from
Derko.i, aided by the fire of the ship's
nun drove hack the Bulgarians In the
defection of Ormanll and Karahurun for
a distance of ton miles.
The Sultan to-day appointed Naslm
Pasha Turkey's representative to confer
(Continued on Second Page.)
MASSACRE AT JAFFA,'
WARSHIP TO RESCUE.
ATIIF.NH. Qreeoe, Nov. JO. Reports
of massacres of Christians In JalTu,
Palestine, caused the commander of the
ltusslan cruiser lxa to weigh anchor
and depart hurriedly for that district
to-dsy.
Five 'hrlstlau missionary sui-letlcs
are represented in Jaffa, Palestine. The
Christian and Mlssionar . Alliance has
a station with one man, the Church
M Isalonggy Sotdety fur Afrli-a and th
Baal rwn men and two women, the Lon
don Sdclety for the Promotion . of
Christianity Among the Jewe two men
and two women, the .Seventh Day Ad
ventlst Mission lliraid one man and
one woman and the Tabretha Mission
School foui' women. There la also an
American nrphanaice.
Titers are aupposed to le about 10,000
Christians among the Inhabitants, the
total of whom Is estimated tot about
40,000. There are eight Christian
churches and four Jewish synagogues.
There Is an English and a French hospital.
WVBJr,MM NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, NOV E-M B E R 20,
POLICE IN GANG
AT TWO HOLDUPS,
CROOKS ASSERT
"Pish" Tells Aldermen They
Shared in Proceeds of
One "Job."
PLANNED THE ATTACKS.
Swee, Caught in Germania
Bank Roundup, Tells
Like Story.
The affidavits of three convloto, now
serving eentence, that two policemen In
duced them to try to rob RUa Nichols
In front of the Oermanla Bank on the
Bowery last 'Mardh formed the subject
of the examination conducted by the
Aldej-mnnlc Inveetlgatlon Committee
to-day.
Two of the men who took part In the
attempt at robbery, but who have never
been punlahed, were the first witnesses
examined.
One, Rafael Clacolo. konwn as "Pish,"
was arrested at the time of the crime,
but was turned out. The other, Josepn
Bwee. eluded the police. Both have
bsen promised Immunity by the DIs-trlct-Attorneyi
for their testimony given
to ths AMermanlc Committee. Both
claimed that policemen, known to them
aa "Leo" and "Al," "framed up" the
Oermanla Bank Job and then had poli-e-men
on hand to make amvtts, to the
end that "Al" and "l.eo" might be pro
moted to be first tirade detectives.
The complaint of Annie Sugar, who
was robbed in her cider stuhe In Sixth
street, that a uniformed policeman
failed to chase the thieves was also
taken up by the committee.
"PISH" SAYS POLICEMEN
PLANNED HOLD-UP.
"Pish" was the first witness. lie told
how "Al" and "Leo" told the gang of
which he wae a member about a ohance
to get money from a woman In front of
the Oermanla Bank.
Mr. Bui kner p.nned "Pish" to a re
cital of the Sixth street "obj." "Leo"
and "Al," who associated with crooks,
encouraged that holdup, the witness tej
tiSad. "But that was all a bluff." continued
the witness. " 'Leo' was a cop, eo were
'AJ' and 'Andy and we all knew It.
They carried black guns and so did we.
"iilx of us, with 'Leo' and Al,' went
to the Sixth street Job. There came
with us 'Whltey,' 'Pete the Burglar.'
'Franko,' PereseC and 'Tony.' The cops
said the woman in the place wore dia
monds and we could get a few hun
dred dollars. Well, we stuck up the
place and 'Leo' and "AT returned with
us to the Fourteenth street Joint, where
we divided the swag.
"It was a bum Job not enough for
bananas to eat. We each got ,50,
and "Leo" and 'AT got lb between
them.
PROSPECTED GAMBLING JOINT
ON THE WAY.
"I forgot to say that on our way to
the Sixth street place we stopped and
looked Into a 'stuss' house a gambling
Joint expecting to make a haul there,
but there was no game on. I said
there was no use In taking a chance In
the Sixth street Joint, because I knew
there was not much money there, but
'Al' and 'Leo' forced us to go ahead."
Reverting to the Oermanla Bank
holdup, Mr. Burkner drew from the
witness additional details of the al
leged complicity of the police
"But while those cups pretegdad to he
working with us, I after-war, 1 knew that
they simply iufgestcd the t..t.s so as to
frame up ma and the real "f (ha gang, "
said the wltnoss.
""Well. ' was collared fur that Oer
manla Hank robbery by 'Andy," the
cop wbo had gamed to be working with
us, and afterward they got Romano.
We were taken to hegdlUartera and
commissioner Dougherty wanted to
know all about the Sixth street robbery,
too.
"He punotted me, hit me with a rubber
hose, and called me a 'Wop' but i did
not let on that I knew anything about
that jub and Dougherty bled my nose
and then he gave Iteinano a similar
dose.
"Romano and me Sere put on trial
for the hunk Job, but we were acqu I r . I
because the cups lied so much lit the
case. They gave 'ivtc the Rurglar i
dose of ttiut rubber bus.- medicine too 1
SWEE SAYS POLICE NEVER
SOUGHT HIM.
Joseph Swee, a swarthy, ehtfloyed
youth, recited how he gut away from t I
Oermanla Bank by his superior ubill.t is
d M. srriurtnj P-B-.J
NATION WIDE RAID
OF DRUG CONCERNS
173 WARRANTS OUT
Record Sweep by Federal Of
ficers Includes Leading Men
in Seventy-two Cities.
TWO ACCUSED HERE
Government Charges Misuse
of Mails for Sale of Illegal
Drugs and Articles.
WAOHINOTON. Nov. . - Acting
under dlrectlone of Postmaeter-tJeneral
Hitchcock, poet-office Inspectors and
t'nlted States marshals in seventy-two
leading cities of the country began to
day practically simultaneous raids for
the arrest of 17S persona charged with
using the mstls to promote criminal
modlnal prentices or the sale of drug
and Instruments used for Illegal pur
poses. The number of arrests to be mods In
the respective cities follows:
Now York, two Buffalo, three , Pitts
burgh, seven; Indianapolis, five; Chi
cago, nine; 8t. Paul, five; Fort Worth
four ; Mt. Louis, three ; Omaha, four . Ok
lahoma City, five; Portland. Ore. nine;
Denver, five; Seattle, eight; Spokane,
live; San Francisco, seven: Oakland,
Cain eight ; Los Angeles, three ; Nan
Joee. three; Mobile, three; Marietta.
O., three; Dallas, three.
Two esch In Albany. Washington.
Memphis. Birmingham, Cleveland. Steu
benvllle. O. I Duluth. Winona, Minn. ;
S i Antonio, Houston. New Orleans,
Kansas City, Topeka. Alameda, CaL
one each In Atlanta, Cincinnati, To
ledo, Minneapolis, Oalveston, Salt Lake
City, Ithaca and Klmira. N. Y ; East
Orange. N. J. ; Lancaster and Pine
Bank, Pa. ; Cumberland, Md. ; Charles
ton and Columbia, S. C. ; Jacksonville,
FIs. ; Columbus, Springfield. Mount Ver
non, Dayton and Convoy, O. ; Fort
Wayne and Terra Haute, Ind. ; Peoria,
UL ; Kalamaioo and Iron River, Mich. ;
Holden. Mo. ; Muskogee, okla. ; Wichita.
Kan.; Council Bluffs, la.; Uelltngham.
Crescent and Tacoma, Wash. ; Sacra
mento, Psuluma, Frssno and Qlsndale,
CaL
LEADING DOCTORS AND BUSI
NESS MEN ACCUSED.
The arrests are made for misuse of
the mills, each cass being based on ths
use of the malls tu solicit buslnsss or
dlsvose of wsres.
This concerted official action covered
the United States from the Atlantic to
the Pacific and from the Lake to ths
Oulf. Many uf the persons to bs ar
rested are prominent, commercially and
soitally. In their communities. Home
are leading physicians, othere are rich
and lnfluentla Ibuslness men; yet others
are men who live by their wtte and are
comparatively little known without their
own small coterie of sssoclates; and one
la a Cldnaman who le alleged to have
practised his calling upon woman of his
own race and upon those uf the lower
strata of society. One of the men ac
cuse. I Is said to have been eecretary of
the Board of Health In the city of his
residence.
All of the arrests are to be mads tor
alleged violation of Section 211 of the
Penal I 'ode of the ('lilted States, which
bars from the mails any vile or obscene
matter, whether sealed or unsealed; any
advert loom aft I li letter or circular pro
posing or suggesting criminal practices,
or uny packet containing any substance,
drug or thing intended to be need for
immoral or unlawful poroses.
Chief Inspector Robert Sharp of the
Post-office Department and many of Ids
force of M Inspectors have been work
ing upon trie cases for many months.
The development of the plans, which
culminated tO-dey i l the uusl extensive
raid In the hlstorv of uny department
uf the Government,
In the nation-Wide Mid on druggists
and doctors, Federal ufflcers In this
city to-day arrested Dr. wmiam c.
HaHdoki proprietor oi the Hygiene Kai-
ology Company, at No 7 West Four
teenth street. He was charged with :;-
legal use of the mails In dealing! with
a woman who rented a imis! -office box.
'lalli-k was arruigaed befOM Culled
Statei Commlsalonsr Shields and held In
HU ball
Dr cu tis dray, a physician ol .v
Itl Tompkins avenue, Brooklyn, rag
arrested on a charge Of pending ohjc;-
tlonable matter through the msiis. lie
was arraigned in the united states
Court In Brooklyn and held for trial
In tl.ooo ball.
i (FOR RACING SEE PAGE IB.)
Former City Chamberlain
Who Was Put on Trial To-Day
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CHAftLES
m G'BSON IS HALTED
M 0
I ON THRE
STEALING
Walks, Unobserved, From
Seat While Mrs Szabo's
Will Is Being Read.
(Hperlsl Praia "Uff rvwrnpenilimt of Trie Bte
Dim World !
OOSHRN. N. Y., Nov. 20 -The
moat Imprcsslvt; minute Unit has
ticked away In Jtiitloe Tompklnn'
ennrtrrwim sine Mni-tnti W fllhenn
the New York lawcyr, wont to trial
came this afternoon when Assistant
Dlatrlct-Attoruey WasservoKfl of Mr.
Whitman's staff Ikkuii to read Into 1
the record tho will of Mm. RoMM
Menaohik 8zalo, the client whose
murder la the charKc aKalnat tilb-1
son.
Mr. Waaservonpl's pmirhasiH nave .
significance to the phrasing of thn :
statement:
X, Bonus Meaaehtk gssbo, con-
etdsrtaa- tbe uncertainly of this I
frail aad transitory life, do lieroby
soaks this, my last wtll sod testa-
seat.
As Mr. Waseervosel read on QlDBOn
rostt quietly fimll his chair -so quietly
that his movement was nol noticed by;
more than a few persuns lagted near
Ms table and eenapnd J US t lea To hp- '
kins entirely Huftly fjlfcson made h's
way to the door baalde the bench snioli J
leads to ihe county juii and tin, ae j
citsed iaw'ei-'s present apartmentB. i
deputy folluwc.l hlrn
JUSTICE HALTS GIBSON AT DOOR
W r t n i nuuim
Olbaon had set fool over the threshold
of ttie dMr and in i fraction of sec on i
would have i.een uui of th. eourtroom
when Justice Tompkins gHmpssd blw
from th- comer of htfl eye.
"Wa t"' he erlsd.
CMbeon stopped, half in an I half oui
of the rourtroom.
"1 wish that tics would never ! ui-
krgfsd M happen again, ' ssld tl uurt,
iiuletly
.lusth e Tompkins, obviously analoua,
explai'iel tlist under the law the de
fendant must tie present through SVSry
moment of every hearing of his trial.
Attorney Klder was on his feet In a
flash.
"I em sure the defenss would not
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H. HyOt
OUT OF COURT
have taken advantage of the techni
cality," he said.
"I m not so sure that It would have
altered the olrOUCnatanoee and the af
termath under the law," Justice Torop
klnH returned, sluwly.
John Mlnturn, a merchant of Green
wood Lake, arose from a sickbed to-day
to tell his story uf what hapmincd on the
Lba ,. , ft, -moon uf July II last
,..,. .11. n .l Mr.
, .,., s,i.o won! over-
! board, a fen auleh questions from As-
Blatant DlatrlctAttorney rVaeservocel ol
I ' "r. wno I aewsiimj rTBawsunn
Itutfcrs ll, the case, hruiiglit out the
ore 1 1 in i nm r V furr. Ilia I w tu. ii Mrs Mirnt
I and Olbaon entered Ike water Mr. Mln
turn was standing on a runaway st
Sterling forest looking unt over tns
. lake
The two atartllUB potnts of Mln
turn's tsstlinony were:
Me saw Gibson's rlgbt hand
move toward Mrs. Ssabo's neck,
and latsr ssw bis lsft arm srouna
ber neck.
Hm saw oibeon, while la the
water, put bis rlrht arm orsr his
lsft shoulder and his lsft artr. over
his ligbt Bin. aider.
This crossing of tbe arms would
bavs been ths movement of one
drawing- a bathing lerssy ovsr ths
head. Olbsun, when rescusd, was
bare above the waist, aad sa
plslned thst his shirt bsd bssa
torn oS by tlrs. Bsabo.
FELL OUT TOGETHER, WOMAN
3ACK WARD.
Mrs Binina Bonnlnger testified yes
tarday that, through opera glasses, she
! ' "' .J""""" ,h
Mrs ;..-. ,:i s.,t bealdo bee hustiiiiid
and the two watched every movement
of Minium's fa' s -is hs lold his story
mid withstood Iks ' a'terlng crost-ex-
tmlnall in of Ho rt Rider, chief of
eounssi fur lbs dsfsr.ss Qlsggg bad
lost hi' habitual smile.
"When my tttsntioa srss first r-aiied
to tke ruin snf Woman In the huat they
BPparentl) srsrs paaslnd eacu otrior,"
Sir. Mlnturn teatifleJ.
"Then wnat did yOU SSS I asked Mr
Wassef vogss,
"1 saw the man's left arm around the
woman s neeg oi shuuiders."
U And tbSB' A The man's right
hand went gul tuward the woman's
(Continued vn Fourth i'ase.)
HID
GUNMEN TO BE HURRIED
TO DEATH HOUSE AFTER
; SENTENCE ON TUESOAY
....
All Arc Arraigned Before justice
Goff, Who Refuses to Pronounce
Doom on Day Before Thanks
giving as Requested.
ALL GANGSTERS BARRED I
OUT OF THE COURTROOM
' jack" Rose, "Bridgie" Webber, Harry
Vallon and "Sam" Schepps May
Be Set at Liberty To-Night
Sheriff H.irbuicr announced his plans this afternoon to hurry the
four gunmen to the death house next Tuesday after Justice Goff sentences
them to die in the electric chair some time in January. The Sheriff says
that he will not irjant the H. oenilwl assassins a minute's dehy and that
he has warned them to be in readiness to go direct from the extraordinary
term of the Supreme lourt to Sing Sing Prison. They will be accom
panied by the heaviest guard of deputy sheriffs and detectives that ever
convoyed the condemned out of this city.
- The fmir murderers, "Oyp the Rlood"
GOVERNOR-ELECT
SAILS AWAY WITH
BACCY AND BAG
Says Howdy to Crosstown
Conductor and (lets Warm
Greeting at Plfir.
The Hon William BOISOr, Oov. rnoi -elect
of the mate of New York, Is now
on the high seas lie sailed awsy this
afternoon on a vacation.
Notssly outside uf the family of the
Ouvernor-elect knew thst he was golBg
abroad He didn't know it himself until
Just a few dayi ago. he admitted at the
plnr. Just made up hl mind that he'd
get out of here and so -he g ,t.
('uiignsmau kwlgaf was inn tr take
a Fourteenth street arOSS'.OerB cur at
the Second avenue oornBf near S.'tn
o'clock. lie was also feen to taki- a
(hew of tobacco.
"la). Bill." said the conductor.
"Where-yer goln' "
"(loin' la sea: how's tie Missus ant
ihe babies." replied the teovernor-elect.
lie transferred la a West street horse
. . . . mw.A u . . t . . tt d. 111- nriiiMir lil-r
" ' " , ,. r '
llii-rt' 1 nf BWTVSWn an 'I'ui i " uuu
Hocked around him.
"Whatcha got In
Hill''' one uf the
th dlt.ky hsndhiK.
holiest wurkinsmen
asked.
"OhSWln totiacco and s toothtirush
I'm going tc sea," spiled the Uovernor-
elset
Whereupon he boarded the steamship
PftfieSSJ Anne of the Old Ilomlnlon line
and sailed for Norfolk
From oid Point th Qeversjor -elect
will go to I'r tershiirg, wliere he will
make his headquarters for a M K u
more, while hunting in the adJai-.-ut
woods for wild turkevs, one
if whlcn
he expects to have served on his table
0g Thanksgiving !n'
After the bun: he Will go tc Washing
ton, where he will be I. is) until 11s
remlier, When he will return to this ektf
for a few days and '.hen so to A. any
for his Inauguration.
"I haven't had a venation fO a long
time." said the tluvernor-eleci an th
I'rlncess Anne, "and a llt.lt- 'me will
nol hurl 'ne. I have a lot of aurk to
tlnlsii up before I milt Washington, sev
eral bills thst have to l,e got LhrOUgh
ths Appropriations Committee and
other things, and It will lake a few
weeks to do It Then I want tu go to
Albany early eftsr Christmas and gel
ready for Ins buy work there. So I'm
just going ts lay off for a week and see
If I can
sums npr
hit a turkey tf any of them
waj.-
PRICE ONE CENT.
nsrowiia, g,. Frank" ClroBol,
wnney Lewis iKrsnk Miller) and
I.efiy leiule" itisenbcrg, were again
arraigned to-day befote Justice Ooff
and remanded to the Tombs until usxt
Tuesday, when the death sentence srlll
be Imposed.
Shortly afte.- thsll arraignment. Mrs.
I.llll in Korovvlts wir "nn
lll.ind." and Jean OordOB. the ouna
unman with Whom Iigu" I'rank lived,
wen- brnuKlit in and Justtce duff ur
der d llnir relaaae from custody
They have been locker! up In the House
of Detention since ike ai rst of "Up'
and ' Left) LoUle."
The proceedings to-day were pursly
formal ami eons is ted or the taking of
the gunmen's p. dlgrees and a brier col
liniuy li'iw.n. Justice ilu.T and th
prlaonsra' counsel, Charl u. t. Wahie
Air. Wnhle asked th.. I'nurl la n
I Wednesday us the dat.- for sea tenet
Justice QoS refused this request.
"Wednesday wtll ou eve et
I Thanksgiving," said Ju.:.... Ooff, "and i
c-snnn imaoss ike uh ixntsnee on
thkl data. .inn g sentence on
' Tuesday. Nov. St,"
I There were sal a tew s-'ore rurloiM
mstj In court when the V.ul'.x gangsters
j ersrs brougrtl la and iinid up at the rail
before Justice liofl. Hherirf llarburger
lied the grocsssloa as it nieii through tn
a I and stood beside the irlsoners
j while they were stating their pcjlgrees
and answering the fee formal iiueetlons
put to them.
NOT 80 WELL GROOMED NOW At
DURING TRIAL.
They Maintained the sans ordsr k
which they ' . i sat during the trial.
first "White) " Lewis, then "Dago
Frank," "Lefty Luulo" sr.d "Oyp the
Blood.'' "Whltey" Lewis wae unkempt
snd unshaven (or the tlrst thus since he
was arraigned fur trial a fortnight ago
Ills clothes were bu-rgy, as If he had
sh'Pt in them and his necktie was awry.
Nevertheless hu wore a smile and
seemed to be In better spirits than any
of his compsnlons.
"DagO Frank's" bulgy natures wars
set in a fixed stare and he mumbled his
words petulantly aa he leplled to Clerk
Henuy In giving hN pedigree. "Lefty
Louie" and "Hyp the Blood" were 1m
pSjBSlVt as granlts and lojked straight
i .'icad at the big mural painting of the
Three Kates. They did not even turn
i their syss while Clerk I'enny was uues-
trilling them.
in striking contrast
fati- uf the gunmen. th
Hose. Webber. Vallon
wen, holding a Jubilee
to
the desperate
four Informers
und Schepps
1 the West Side
Court rriSSS In celc
past of their bums
n i tl. n of the pros -llgte
release. Ills
trlcl-Attorney Whitman will turn then
out to-niirht or o-morrow most likely
some tune to-night.
la expectation of rsleess the murder
plotters dressed themselves wttbln an
Inch of rrsslr lives and sent for Sheir
friends to take away their luggaSTS and
belongings
Shortly after noon "Brldgle" Webber
wife called at the prison and announced
that she would wait (or the hour of
Tab four prisoners whUed away
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