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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1912.
AS HE !S STEALING
(Continual from First Pairo I
face. After that horh of them lfl the
boat together. The woman went over
backwards, the mnn fai 1 front.
Q. Did you see anythltijc else? A. Yes,
friar if a splssMns; Hchlnrl Ull b
It may have been ibusimI hy tioth. Tor
fir seconds the Ix.st c ut off my vl? ,
and then I the mnn.
Q. Wm the boat right slil up? A. It
Q. Where was the rnanT A. He hs.l
hla arm over the lxal. After about flva
minute the man put hlf left arm over
hit rltht shoulder. Then he missed hl
right arm over to his left shoulder. Ha
dlaapapared and man out of my light
several times. He reappeared and hiiim
n to the boat until he waa plrked up.
Th witness, till pal from hla 'II
nea. calmly fed the defence a fire.
Otbaon and Mr. Oibaon offered Severn I
auccaatlona to chief counsel Elder.
Mr. Mdnturn aald he had told Ms atory
four tlmea hare befora and at the pre
liminary examination, befora the Orand
Jury and at the Coroners hearing. "No
maa aver sat In thU chair who wanted
to toll the truth more than I do," b
NIW TESTIMONY AIM OF DE
Mr. Elder pointed out that Mr. Mln
ture had not included hi" deerrlptl n
of ttia crossing of the miin's arma over
Ma ahouldera la hla prevloua examin
ation. "I waa not correctly represented at
other hearing." Mlnturn explained. "It
wa aald I had been within Mo feet of
th boat. In realty, I waa three-eighth
of a mile away. I didn't want to get
mixed up In the cc."
"Did you not intend to convey the Idea
ygaj war ao far away you could not
(Mar" mapped IClder.
"No," aald the witness.
Elder then read a tranacrlpt of Min
ium's taatlmony before County Judge
Royce, who held Olbson (or the Oraml
"How long attar thla waa It that you
want out In a boatr be aaked.
"About fifteen minute "
Elder then obtained Justice Tompklna
parmltslon to read Into the testimony
parts of Mlntura'a answera to questions
at other hearings.
Mr. Elder's next questions were cal
culated to attack Minium's mantel
Q. You are suffering from mental
trouble'' A. Not to my knowledge.
Q. DM you ever gu away for treat
ment? A. Yea, but not for a mental ail
Q. Did you not go to an asylum for thr
tnaane? A. No, air.
Waassrvogel sprang tn hla feat. He
brought out that Mr. Mlnturn had been
u (Taring from fever and had been at
"Do you know a man named Elmon?"
staked Mr. Elder. "A tall, heavy set
man. who came to you and spoke abo'it
tha oaaa. Didn't you aay to Elmore aid
another man that you said to DW. .:
You had batter go out, and that Det. itt
aald there ware plenty going out?"
Fred C. Tllden was then callxl tn the
eland. He la Ruperintendent of the New
York Bay and Bayvlew Cemetery. Jer
aey City, where Mrs. Rsabo was burled.
Ha aald ha had aold a l grave, the,
cheapest In the cemetery, to oiitaon,
July II. A Lutheran minister was at
Mrs Saabo s burial.
l.jward L. Weston, emlialmer at
Hughes's morgue, Jersey city, teatl
fled that an autopsy waa performed
TOCD WOMAN OF EXPECTED
Mrs. Margaret steam of No. 104
West Eighty-ninth street. New York,
amid ahe had known the woman who
weat to tha lake with Gibson ae Roae
Ritter, a tenant In the same house
with her laat July.
"Waa Olbson ever there When you
had a conversation with her?" Mr.
"Tea on July I. I think. I knocked
at the door of their apartment and
Mra. Ritter . am. Mr. Olhson waa In
the earns room. 1 aaked her when ahe
waa going to Europe. Hhe aald she
thtvugtit gha waa going on the 2?th.
"Did you aee the defendant alone after
tha woman went away ufter she died?"
"He aaked me If I would go upstairs
to gat tha rest of our goods. Ulbson had
told ma Mra. Ritter left word he was
to toll some of her clothing to me. I
looked over them and asked him how
much ha wanted. He said 110. He alao
aaked me to buy her two birds."
ShM yon aak Olbson where Mra.
, and he told at aha had
QUI OF COURTROOM
ii r wm mm
i .,mam nnHm wfm m mrzr u a
II vss.wa.a.s.c- -
The wltne admitted .in .-rnss esnm
Inatlon that hc had 'tiiarrclled with
Mi. Hrabo and wa not Oft go.nl term I
with her at their Interview, that Qlbaon
had advised hi . iient not lo reminlsi
htr. Kr.in?. Menachtk, bnslkar .it Mr
gabo, who rami from Austria to Ira-
tlfy, wa all.. I a the stand. Talking
through an Interpreter, he Identlfled a
picture i.f Mr, BaabO as that of his.
Rqii kg Hani -iilk.
"Whftl whs ynur mother's full
name" liked Mr Waaservogel.
"Prtronella Manschlk," the witness
"Did yoi have nnv other brother
an. i ilitara in llllt"
"Kin. brother! and four sister"
Oonfttllofi wa Call led by the Ineg
perlen c of tlie Inti rtireter. Charlea
Ooldlltr, Mil of Olbaon'l lawyer. wn
sworn and replaced him llefnre the
direct examination had got well under
wbv the witness wn tern iOI a r lly with
drawn. Mrs Bablttl Teli lirlfin a
UbatltUtld She Ideiitined the picture
of the dend woman, saving: "I knew
tier s Mr Hitter, Mr Szabo and
Itosa Mcnsrhlk "
Tin wltne tol l of a conversation
with nibgOfl In which the latter told
her Mrs. Hitter had gone to Chicago,
GONE TO CHICAGO NO. BOSTON
GIBSON TOLD HER.
"Olbson ked you for her mall when
he told vou Mrs. Hitter had gone M
cnlcago?" asked Mr Elder.
Q. And you told hlin he hsd no men
friends In Chicago? A Yea. and then
he told me she had go-e to Huston.
Mr Telchman testimony was cor
roborate! by her hu.han.l. I waiter at
the Hotel Brealln. He Identified tha
signature at th bottom of the will
drawn hv Olbson for Mr Brabo. and
said he had aeen the woman tim tier
Mr LOUlM Maret. of No. 4 West
Mtty-fOUrtk street. New York, where
Mr. BaahO, a Mrs Ritter, had rooms,
said c,lbon told her four day after the
tragedy that Mr. Hitter had gone 10
Chicago to he married, and her trunks
were to be Sent West.
Mrs Nellie K. Htrohme. also of No. 4f.
West Slxtv-folirth Street. SWNire that
OlbBon l"l I her July I R or 20 that Mr
littler was "not' coming back."
DotklM Lyons, the notsrv public win.
took the s knowledgement of the waive!
Of citation vhb h, bearing the signature
"IVtronePi Meni-tilk." threw Ihe rstati
of Mrs BllTjn Into (llbson's hand, then
took t!m stnnd.
"fllhson Mkad me If I would take an
acknowleilgernent for a client of hi."
aald Lyons. "The aged woman who ac
companied him did not write the ignn
tur In my presence, hut acknowledeil
"To Mr Elder Ihe wltnea decrlhe.l
this WMmiui a abriut fi feet ft Inches,
weighing I.Vl imunds. and hetwei-n fl f t
and lxtv year old. weiring o wldnw'.
veil. She talktHl with a foreign accent
I'harles H. Cue. clerk In the Na
tlonal Htik. Identlfleit (llbson's elgnn
ture on the waiver.
Mr. Elder tried to have the Hxaho will
excluded, but was overruled by Justice
Tompkins, who also admitted papers
connected with th probate.
Everett Hmltli, a clerk In the Exicelelor
Ravings Rank, testified that Mrs. Szaho
had t:,44fi.M on deposit unHI Aug. 12,
11)12, when the amount was withdrawn
by draft and check of Ilurtun W. (lib
GIBSON DIDN'T SAY HE WA8 AT
"Did you talk with dlbson?" asked
"Yes, I aaked him bow Mr. Rxabo
met death, and he aald she fell from a
boat while rowing and waa drowned,"
"Did he aay he was with her?"
Harry N. Klsenhaus, Ramuel Delllaar
and Joseph I.. Hast, employi es of New
York hanks, testified to paying about
ITi.OflO, balances of Mrs Rr.aho's account.
lo Olbson, as her executor, during
Olbson'a efforts to get .0o2.M) Mrs
Sxabo had in the Franklin Savings Hank
were described by John W. Armstrong,
"On Aug. ? or I Olbson triad to with
draw the money." Armstrong teetlded
"1 told him the papers testamentary
were not made out properly that tie
name In the paper and on the books
must agree. I asked Olbson what the
woman died of and he told me hear
trouble and llrlght's disease, In Orange
County. Enter he aald she wai drowned
In Greenwood Lake."
The technical phase of the caae was
flrat put before the Jury by Dr. George
Order a Cast
- JTs I) fLH,
Err Tr -t HrnWi BlTsWr PBB
W. King, cnunty physician of Oranire
County, who wns present when lr.
tto H SchnltMi coroner's physician of
N. w York, performed the autopsy.
"The lung were flat not Inflated." he
"Having given n the pnthologlcaJ
Khle, doctor," ald Mr. WAsajOfVOgei,
' can you give ir yoiir opinion of Ihe
. .iue of drath?"
"The canM of death wa stranxulntlon
by prisauie on the front of the neck
As In ipokl Df. King made an lllus
tratlv mollon with his hands Tho
ITIOVaminC was exn fly OppOgltC to th,t
III i rated eterilay by I'ndertnke.r Ui
xi nr. who bn been sulipin-naed by the
' It wn testified yeaierdny that Ihe
imbAlfAtr moved the head M4f a7Vl and
upward with his har Is at the hack of
the hen.l Could such a movement
hue cauatd f)ne OOndltlOfigr' ael
Vnrfii a -keil
"It could not."
Jtll log Tompkins akel Dr K'ng If
titer.- wet sign to Indicate Mr. Szaho
"There wns not evidence he wag
drowned,'' replied I r. King "The
lung", Instead of being extended, were
Ir. J. J. ') Rellly, medical expert for
the defense, then undertook to shake
In cross-examination I r. King's conll
dence In hi knowledge.
GREAT TIDAL WAVE
WIPES OUT TWO TOWNS
ON COAST OF JAMAICA
Savannn, Lfl Mar and l.uerea Suffer
by Sweep From Sea 42 Lives
Lost at Another Point.
KINOSTirN, Jamaica, Nov. 20. A
great tidal wave I reported to have
practically wiped Mil the town of Ha
vanria la Mar Of the Miuihwcst coast
and En. ea oti the northwest const of
1'orty-two people were killed by the
hurrl'-ane In Muntego Itay, according to
n report brought by n fruit vessel which
arrived ut Port Antonio early to-day.
Confirmation has now couio to hand
.f the great destruction caused by the
recent hurricane in the western end of
the Island. Floods which accompnnlcd
the storm caused Immense damage, a
hundred houses being blown down.
Telegraphic communication Is still sus
pended. The (lovernor of Jamaica ha left on
a Hpeclal train, accompanied by a de
tachment of artillerymen, who lmve
inker) with them .'UKI tents and food
stuffs, us In certain sections Ihe people
are homeless and destitute.
The fain began on Nov. IS and eon
: limed In Increasing fury for aeverul
days. Vessels urrlvlng in port reported
that tho wind was blowing' over 100
mile an hour.
En. ca Is a small town of 2.0U0 Inhnj
Itantl un sn Inlet on the northwest
coast of Jamaica, while Ravanna la Mar
Is a seaport with the same number of
Inhabitant on the southwest coast, n!
most directly opposite, un the other side
of the Island.
HENS REST HE'S VACATING.
IVraeUe. lining to RearrltT of Eggs.
Rnnya Trip to llermnda.
Henry Kracke, of No. 1SI Hawthorne
street, ltrooklyn, and u nutter and egg
dealer In Washington Market, started
to-day on his first vacation In fifty
years, sailing for llermuda on the Hoyal
Mailer Oruba. He was acorn panted by
hla wife and son. naval officer of the
port. F. J. H. Kracke.
"All the hens In thn country seem to
he taking a vacation." he suld, "and I
thought I might us well take a vacation
when they were not laying. I am seventy-two
years old now and will take
my next vacation when I am 122."
Cotton Ablase In north Hirer.
A fire destroyed $10,000 worth of
cotton un PI Of 36, North Hlver, ut the
foot of Charlton street, to-day. Then
was a fire at the pier a week ago.
cauaed by Interfering electric wires,
and the fire to-day was attributed to
the same causa. A single battalion of
firemen was able to keep the fire In
the piles of cotton bales and the pint
was not damaged. A greut smoke
smudge darkened the waterfront for
an hour or more.
HtWLRV IN AMI. RICA
JUDGES SENTENCED TWO
WHO PLEADED TO MURDER.
Only Three Other Prisoners Up
for Punishrncnl in Onwral
Two person, a man and a woman,
Indicted for murder In the first degree,
were sllowed lo plead guilty to man
slaughter In the first degree on recom
mendation of the District-Attorney yes
terday. Iloth were deposed of, the
man receiving a long sentence to Ring
Ring Prleon. while the woman wa com
mitted t a reformatory Institution.
The sentences imposed by the Judges
of the Court of Oeneral Session yes
terday were as follOWS!
BY JUDGS ROSALSKY.
Joseph MarchesI, twenty-eight years
old, born In Italy, pleaded guilty to
manslaughter, first degree. Indicted
for murder, first dlgTII Shut and killed
hi sister-in-law. First offense. Rtate
I 'rlson for not less thnrr ten years or
mora than nineteen years and alx
BY JUDGE MULQUEEN.
Carrie Rakos, eighteen years old, born
In Australia, pleHded guilty to man
slaughter, first degree. Killed her
newly born Infant. First offense. Ren
tence deferred until Nov. 1, 11113,
meantime committed to the House of
BY JUDGE MALONE.
John Clark, twenty-two years old,
tried and convicted receiving stolen
goods. First offenc State prison not
laaa than two year or more than three
years and six months.
BY JUDGE SWANN.
Joseph I'loll. sixteen ypan old, plead
ed guilty to hswiiH. Hroke a police
man Jaw. Tnree prior convictions
for misdemeanor State prison for not
less than two year and six months or
more than three years and six months
Tonl Homo, twcnty-fW yeara old.
born In Itnly. pleaded guilty to assault.
Struck his employer with a cotton
hook. First i ffrnse. Penitentiary for
on year. ,
A true "progressive," I reduce
the coat of living. Try me.
White Rose Coffee, None Better.
The merchant who
is willing to send his
goods to your home for your lei
surely inspection, is necessarily confident of
their quality. That's the way Rothschild
& Company feels about the MEISTER
PIANO when they offer to send one to
your home on 30 dmys free trial.
The price of the
MEISTER is $175. That may
handle it. And his profit is missing. It is usually
$100. We safer you that amount.
We will give you three years to
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month and no interest. Figure it out. It is the great
American way of buying and we are bijf enough to bear
the burden. Telephone Private Exchange 6 and have a
MEISTER Bent to your home tomorrow.
Othmr Grade of Meitter Pianos from $195 to $350
88 -NOTE PLAYER -PIANOS from $345 Upward
TERMS' 2.00 Per Week No tntereit.
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SEND VOR OUR PRKB PIANO BOOK
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Try Thla Remedy at Our Rlak.
"If 1 could only get relief from
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Thursday, Nov. 21, 1912
Served from 11.30 A.M. to 2.1 5 P.M.
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CONSOMME DE VOLAILLE
CREAM OF CAULIFLOWER
FILET OF BASS CARDINAL
POACHED EGG TRIANON
CROUSTADE OF CHICKEN
a la Kinf
ROAST SADDLE OF LAMB
Slrint Bean-, and Potatoes Lorelte
Punch a la Russe and
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We allow no dealers to
Hlyu-I'lan Shurs for
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I metal t'ulf, patent colt
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Sizes Tt6 S fl"!
Sizes KH to 11... M
Sizes Hi, to 2. . SS.50
Tan. alzaa 6 to 8. IMS
othsr slsss In Tan sams
prices as Black Lsattasrs.
Shoes In All tirades
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Inches M'lur, with ;
Jrrnrh lea and
larse ilraweri like
In aunrtered oak,
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ft M Mahogany j S
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w 1 u I
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drawers. 1 h a I
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Ml. al. as lllus-
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15 t,pen us m 1U..I
f" syj; I
llrmondfl purrhaacd frnm ua vmm be -rhaauird
mt full value nr returned for rifta
leu 10 ier rent. wltbln one year.
To-Day and To-Morrow
M Carat ty A
Ladles' and Gentlemen's size
Tills is tile larsrst loi ui liirrr-uuisrlei
(-.rut lliaiuoud Kluss t liu, had this
rear. Kvrrv dluiiiclid lias been earenll
krlri led slid iiiiiiiiiIi iI In u alld I l-karal
suld Klna srtllns. We Mill offer rou Tour
ilinl.i' ai 1) ..ui. Hie ill. llmt under
ktandllis lliul If vim run nun, I. unw
'them fur less tlisn Mt.lMI sum her. In
,ne i mini ni.ir, nv hiii ,aae ll hack oa
reuueNt. We Itaie nffrird sums verr fin.
Illaniiilids ut this nrlre diirlns th. nasi
rear, but nuthlnc tn lo'iinarr lth ttus..
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are cut with lurre surfnrr. l,rr Ihlrtj-
sae oars in ine wamnriii inn, .elllaa rll-
reet la I. i-nn.iim.. Is ... sslssnsZ
Hee our wlnduw disulav of over half a
snllllon dollars worth of dlanioada. All
plalnlr markeil ari.tMl to ar..oiH.HI.
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1 QA Importer of lllnnionas.
loU Bros, way. New York
OPKN VMTU. U O'CLOCK.