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GUNMEN SAFE IN CELLS OF DEATH HOUSE
GOFF CALLS DOWN ALIENIST AT HYDE TRIAL
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HYDE'S ACCUSER INSANE
INKS HE'S SON OE CZAR,
ALIENISTS SWEAR TO JURY
Dr. Austin Flint and Other Experts
Declare Robin Will Never Recover
Supreme Judges Testify to
Hyde's Good Character.
Judges, business men and bankers went on tlie wIUipkm stand :6-HJ
before Justice Oof! In extraordinary term ot the Supreme Court and tMtlflftj
to the good character of Charles H. Hyde, former City ''hanibvrlaln. who Ik
on trial charged with bribery In connection with the loaning of 1180,004 by
the Northern Bank to the Carnegie Trust Company.
All of the witnesses declared Hyde's
character was of the "vitv Mat, and
Mtd they did not believe the reports
abOllt his alleged connection with the
i Hising of funds to or : glalatori i
whan the rice tr:ick hills were under ,
dlOOUMlOtl at Albany. They told AMtlt '
nt Ulstrlct-Attnrney Fr.inli Moss, on :
i ris-ex:nlnatlon. they had not taken j
.iny stock In the report circulated two
I cars ago that HyJe had taken a secret
II' p !n his househost to avoid testifying I
tiefore the Legislative Investigating I
'.'nininltte.
Hyde's attorney. Max 1). Sleuer, nni
iihn B. Itanehttatd, also called alien-
1st., inc luding lr Austin Flint, to I
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if the Northern Hank, and chleT wit
ness against Hyde, Is Insane. Robin
testified that Hyde had forced hint to
make the loan to the Carnegie Trust
Th defense sought to show he was In
sane, and that the bribery story was
Hie creation of a disordered brain.
DEFENSE -UT3 IN N ALIBI FOR
HYDE.
In addition to nttarklng Robin's inn
I'y, the defense has set up an alibi for
llydr. Ko'.iin declared the meeting at
which the alleged threat wa-s made took
place In Hyde's office at o'clock at j
night, and that fummlns. lleU htnann
and hlmsell were prcseiu. v,zi bus
i ss stand Hyde, Ills beaiitltul wile nnu
hi fourteen-year-old son all swore last
night that at the hour named Hyde was
., r dinner at his country place at Kos-
.n, L. 1. , and that the meeting could
tot have taken place as Hohln nar
lated It.
Samuel T. MaJdox, a Justice of the
Supreme Court of Kings County, went
on the stand as the first witness of the
lay and the lirst of the 'vharaeter"
witnesses. He was examined by John
:i. gtanchfleld.
"What is Charle H. Hyde's reputa
tion for honesty, probity and integrity'.'
lie asked.
"QOOd "Very good." sail the Judge,
who declared lie liad MWf beard any
thing against Mr. Hyde.
DIDN'T BELIEVE THE STORIES
ABOUT EX-CHAMBERLAIN.
I'r.der crtisexanHnatlon by Assistant
ldstri t-Att'rney Frank Muss, Juttlce
Maddux declared he had read allega
tlons against Hyde In the newspapers,
but did not believe them.
"You say h.s reputation is OOd.UleO."
'Ye? -good, very good lnd(d,"
JusIIch Almit F. Jenks
was the
e ond writnotl
O. What Is Mr. Hyde's reputation tor
honesty. Integrity and probity. A. Good. ,
y. Have you ever heard anything
against his character.'
J ust i
Ooff interposed to say the one,
uuestloii was all that could be usked
There was a sharp clash between Jus
tice Golf and Mr. Stanchfleld. but the
i ourt was adamant.
On cross examination by Mr. Moss,
Justice Jenks admitted hi had heard
many conversations derogatory to Mr.
Hyde, but said that from his personal
knowledge of the defendant he main
tained his reputation was of the best.
A8K8 ABOUT RACE TRACK
GRAFT STORY.
Q. Hare you never heard It said that
Mr. Hyde was Interested In raising a
fund of 1200,000 to Influence race track
legislation in this tftate? A. 1 do not
recall; I probably did read of It In the
newspapers.
W Do you not consider that such
charges go toward making for a man's
bad reputation? A. I consider Mr.
"Hyde's reputation to I"' of the very best.
Justice Jostah T. Marean declared Mr
HydO'l reputation was "good."
Cross examined by Mr. Moss, Justice
Marean said he had never heard Mr.
Hyde's reputation attacked, even in the
papers.
The newspapers do not libel people,"
(Continued on fourth Page.)
FOR RACING SEE PAGE II
cnrrlrht. 1013. hv
. (The Mew
GIBSON JURY
DISAGREES; NEW
TRIAL UNLIKELY
V nltllKUl S Aide SlllU tO Offfif
Escape in Plea of Guilty
on Fraud Charge.
(iedl from s Huff Orreiponileiit of Tl.'
K.entns World. I
GOSHEN, N. Y . Nov. 20 Develop
ments came fast following the third
and last report of disagreement of the
Olbson Jury and Its discharge by Jus
tice Tompkins to-day to make It
practically cerlaln that Burton V.
(jn)KOn tnB New Vork city lawyer.
jwill
never again face trial for the
alleged murder of his client, Mrs.
Rosena Mensehlk Szabo. whose body
went to the bottom of Oreenwood
Lake on July 1C last.
Olbson ami Robert It. Elder, his rhlef
of counsel, were dee.p in conference this
afternoon oti a proposition made by As
sistant Distrlct-Attorney Waa'ervoire!
of N'ew York. MsMoh wo ild result In the
qilMhltlf of the murder lndletment In
I OntOsT County. To win immunity from
I future prosecution in the Szabo ease.
Gibson must plead guilty to one of sev
Wa1 indictment that hve been returned
asralnst him In N'ew York This, accord
ing to Jacob J. Singer of Gibson's coun
sel, Is Mr. WasservogeVs offer.
.TAXPAYERS OBJECT TO EX
PENSE OF NEW TRIAL.
"I am eontldent that Gibson will not
accede to this proposition," said SInser.
! '"He expecttd an acquittal and believes
If he !. tried again on the murder
charge he will be vindicated."
It is said that the taxpayers of rran?e
County will not Willingly :,tand the ex
pense of a new trial. Also there Is a
new ad'nln.str.uion In the county Pnis-
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nieiiln t,.ir iyN , n aY..
Ht(.norapl . ,,ml,.,o, I, MM ,
have been for tlMO an I other thou-
. .. ,,.
I Metropolitan murder I rial ..pi -urtenancri.
1 1 is bisi.eved preasure li inns brought
on Gibson to plead tuilty to the Indict
mant returned In New York yesterday,
charging ''1m with having Hooped a
client, Hugh Tralnor, uu agsl awning
maker, out Of 117,000. One of Mr. Waa-
aarroget'i . tea has a bench warrant
for Gibson'.- arrsil on this Indictment
This at lenst will hang over Gibson s
head should Dlstrb t-Atim ne Roger!
obtain a quashing of the Szabo Indict
ment. Mr Wasservogel would not admit
every detail of the dickering between
state a defense described by Mr. Bin.
ger, nok Would he comment on the di
agreement. "I had talk with Mr. Klder to-day."
he said, "and told htm of rhe indictment
In the Tralnor case. I also Informed
him tiiat two other Indictments would bo
returned against Gibson soon In New
York n connection with the gaaho '-use.
I told blm lie could elect on which
count he would prefer to go to trial
first, hut made no offer of Immunity."
JURY SAID TO HAVE BEEN 11 TO
1 FOR ACQUITTAL.
After the final dlBa-ireeincnt the
iConttuued ou fourth Pi
NEW
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PUT ON BY BELASCO,
BIG HIT AS FARCE I
Noted Producer Stages Two
Plays to Disprove Charge of
Plagiarism.
MIRTH SHAKES HOUSE.
Mr. Goldknopf's Villain Is
foiled Amid Laughter of
Remarkable Audience.
la .l BolglCQ took the most horrible!
vengeance on an annoyer .it the BolUOfl '
Theatre this afternoon that was ever
meted out to eoutdbo rival b a
playwrtght, Mr, Bolfttoo produced
Tainted P illantbrophy." a drama
una
He 1
vriit,.n Kv -Mh:.ni t I.ilHicnrtnf
DUl tha ties; actors nroeurable on I
Broadway at work to give "Tainted j
Philanthropy" the most artistic pro- I
ductlon their art and the lines of Mr.
Goldknopf m ule possible No interpola
tions, not the slightest departure from
the seriousness Which the author would
nave demanded of them was to be
allowed. They obeyed orders.
1 ne result was the most gorgeous j
laugh a Uieatreiftil of people has had !
In New Vork In years. No burlesque, t
no Welier-I'leldM reunion, no minstrel !
how ever moved an audience of thor-
Ollirhlv SI rllll I S t I C.l tt.it nl n v-i.n.. fi, mr'
than half of theini playwrights and ac- !
tors, to more explosive laughter.
Theodore Thompson. the broken
, broker, had become a parlor drunkard
to make Grace DaHOP. unlearn her love
for him. He wandered hazily about
, the Otilton drawing room, taking a
drink from a silver pocket flack when
ever nobody was looking, murmuring
i each time: "All for her. all for her!"
THEODORE SNEAKS A DRINK
NAUGHTY I
Theodore a. it down In a lounga In a
corner, under pictures f Washington.
Koosevelt and Taft draped In Hags,
sighed bitterly and tried to s-neaw
another drink. Grace caught bltn He
shouldnt do It. No. Her darling was
not to ruin himself, Dhe made, him put
the flask back In his pocket. Then aha
threw herself ae.Mss his knees. Weeping
bitterly, cautiously, he extracted the
Husk without disturbing her.
"Dont cry, dear Grace," .he said, afte;
licjtiK the bottle aside, empty. You
make me feel lik" crying too."
Whereupon, he laid htl arlstocrati
nose on the back of her neck and they
sat hunched up, over and above ami
around each olher, and sobbed and
gobbed until mother came ,n I ob
served the affect!. male, if tea.ful. snarl.
"1 shall not disturb them," observed
mother to the audience. "Lei her slick
to Theodore for t ne time. It will give
me more of a chance at Jack.'
Jack, as acted with all the brutal
forcos which that aoooroptiabod plarj'ar.
Jpaaph ECllgOUTi could command. Is th't
wicked captain of ftnanQOi who desires
to purchase Grace's fair, sweet, un
stained soul with his gold. He Is the
monaster who has driven Theodora into
ba nkruptcy.
After Theodore has illrted with a re
volver In a monologue and is about to
leave. Graoe throws her arms about Ills
!
neck and
kisses hi -n good-b..
.lark
objects,
"I guess 1 can say goodb
friend If I want to." snaps tlu
beauty, peevishly.
SOME BOOZE IN THIS
to my
bought)
PLAY
WINE, WOW!
For one more example of ft'liat Mr.
Tte'asco lets ills adversary dn u hlrn-
self, It Is wot th while tn oull a gi tn
from tlie seem of the triumph of Jack,
the brutal money king
"Let's open some wine." he snouts .u
his hour of apparent vletut .
His secretary, Mr. Watts, w to has
heel: about the house of Ms. llalton
tlnce lie was Injured by an esplodlng
tl.ecracker in front of the place and
brought in by a Bellevue amhuian e
UPgeoni hurries out. He come-, back tu
say that there is no wine
"Hun around to the corner and J"i
same wine then," commands the typical
Fifth avenue widow "And hurry "
A few minutes Inter Mr Watts, aetel
In perfect harmony by tlie great i--litieator
of chaiaeier, Albert Brunlng,
reappeared, and rubbing his bands to
gether apologetically announced, "The
wine is on the lea, madam."
There was fl raaoon i"i this produc
tion. Abraham Go.dknopf ha a aaat
(CgnUAiiad wu FvUTOj i'age.)
The Prees FllhllahlBB
Vork World).
YORK, TUESDAY,
Condemned Gunmen Entering Sing Sing
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KILLS AN 8
Garage Helper Held for Homi
cide After Crushing Out Life
of Child in Street.
When will the Board of Alder
men pass an ordlnanoe regulating
the licensing of chauffeurs aud
taxloab operation?
Theodore Hrtitly. aji emht-ycur-ulil
boy, was run down ami killed la.sl
night, near big home, No. 1090 Kmley
avenue, the Uronx, by a laxicab
owned by J&OOb Kotltar and Irving
.1 Walliich, partners in the Morrll
Qtrgga, ai No lour, Morrll avenue,
the Hronx The machine m going
forty miles an bour when Hie honii
clda was ooBinittM.
Joseph Kin", elghtoan yean old,
employad ax an automobile washer,
mechanic and roustabout iit the gr
ggt and poaai Hlni? no license as a
chauffeur, drove the oar that killed
the Utile boy.
Kessler, one of the garage nwnem,
called us a ttkness before Coroner
BhongUt, to-day, said that though ue
knew King had no license and he wu.
lilnsl by the garage only h a in -chanli
. It was part Of hln duty a wall
understood part of his dutv- to take
out a cur for hire, whan all t ie llcens d
DhaUffaUTI W' t'e away front the platta,
Tblg violation of the Mas un.l' t-
atood to lie incumbent upon Ring, srh n
he was hired, three weeks ago II
had violated the law similarly, befit e
he klllfsl the BrOdy bov l i-t Olgllt
"Kid you know Ring had no license t
drive an automobile" the I'uronei sakej
Keealer
"Ves, hut it wai a mutual agreement
that he should only labs out a oar in I
piri'-h," the garage owner nngworod, "ile
saw tlie call lying as a memoiand mi on
Die office deski end eln e there acre n
.either ahauffeure in tie garage al i.
a cw.u it lilmaeUi"
AUTO WASHER SPEEDING
TAXI WITHOUT A LICENSE
NOVEMBER 26,
i n r t .
(Specially Photographed by an Evening World Staff
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- YEAR - OLD BOY
"Did you know you were violating the
law by going out with a ear without a
license?" was u question the Coroner
put to King.
"Yag, but i thought it would be all
right. Tha; wus the undejratandmaV'
the bo' mOOlUUtlfl replied.
No charge was preferred againTi
Kaaaler and the Coroner allowed him to
to King was held in t:'.fi0 ball on the
double Oharge of homicide and of
driving without a license.
Koeeler elaborated upon his tiitimony
in conversation with an Evening world
repot ted. Ho aaldi
UNLICENSED, HELPER TOOK
OUT TAXICAB.
"An order oama into tin gar nge last
night from Louie Haffan of No. Ml
Sherman avenue," mi.il Kossb-r, in ex
plaining the olroumataneee preluding
tin, tragic death r the '111111. "Haffan
wantei h maobioa lemnodlataly at the
McK'Inley gQUare Casino, teat all of our 1
chauffeurs wen; out Bo 1 ion a now on
the desk in n ,. oiiice, directing tho Brat
chauffeur Who came lii to nil the li 1 ft n
order. Then I le,ft the off) la.
"Hint, nil. 1 is a competent oaauaTonr
and mecbanle and efbQ knows more
about a oar than most chauffeurs, sttw
tlie order and took out the oaf, lie
did tills under the mutual agreement
tiiat iting could Like out a machine In
a pinch and notning WOUld be sanl
about It. I found out later that Ring
h id gone on the call.'
Ring left at ' o'l lock last night and
the killing of the boy followed swiftly
Upon ills departure.
When the machine was posting Kin
i,y avenue at One Hundred ind sixty-
on Koui -ii I'
MRS.
SAGE SWEARS OFF
TAXES ON $2 000.000.
M s Ruaaell Rage appegrad in tha lag'
oiiii , tins afternoon and sa ff V
estate, aunralsed at loauO.QUU laal
ami reduced to 1 U.sio.tiuii appraisal t
yeari to the amount of gte.it wealth in
line, as 11 uetei of tlie petals of 1 lorneflui ,
audei bllt . st.it' wot. off from a,0u0,. I
DM to iii.tmo. alb-gina nun in- paid taxes
on th,- remalnde of tin estate elaewhere I
Frederick w. Vandcrblli sworn off till
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KILLS SWEETHEART
IN A JEALOUS RAGE,
THEN SHOOTS SELF
Margaret Schraeder Pays With
Life for Her Flirtaton With
Michael Graffeo.
Margaret ftehraeder. ntneteeti ywra old
and glowing with the radiant blonde
beauty of the Tectonic type, paid the
price of her flirtatious ways to-day. 8he
was shot d.-ad l'j a Jealous low,. In the
washroom of the Stern, Saalberg & Co.
candy factory, where she workisl, at No.
416 West Forty-fifth street
Ml liael Graffeo, the man who had
pureued her with his lniortunitles and
threatened her in th blank ragee that
aMaffWtod with hie softer moods of
wooing, was her murdeji-er. Arter put
ting two nulli-ls througti tlie prttv
head of th candy wrapper. Gtaffco
snrrt hlmssdf tlirough the temple He is
lying in the I'olyelluir Hospltail.
Margatet lived with her parents at
No. 17 Madison streot In Qottonborg,
.V J . and had worked several years lu
the candy factory where she met her
death. Graffeo lived at No 604 West
Forty-ninth street. For more than a
year he nud wooed the fair haired Ger
man girl, half frtgntenlng, half ploaslng
her with hie Impetuous h t tenth uis.
The girl aeemed to enjoy keeping tier
admirer ever on the nnaloua seat, nun
01 aalonally went to date us with him,
but she would always turn a deaf ear
to his demands that she inarr him.
The last n her refusals was given Sat
urday night, when she went to a ball
with Oraffeo and then laughed in his
fane when be urged that on Monday
they go to the priest.
Sh ully after lunob to-day Margaret
left the Wrapping counter where she
work,-' aril Wonl to the third Moor to
t e , ash room. Hut one maii. Monte
Vldlo Kerollng, worked on tnat Moor,
which la used as a storehouse After-
aard be swore be had haard aathlag
Home "f the othei gt'ls on the see
on I fbsir grew curious at Margaret's
: tig a bee nee ami two of them, T coots
UcDonald and BUaabeth Tolan, went
.1 1 to tic washroom on the third tl'Mir.
I' s) found ' la dooi secured from th"
Inel I" and growing alarmed summoned
assistance.
Lauiaro Larthuro, the siiperintendent
of the factory, managed to put hie
hold through toe cracka in tine waah
loom door gratlni and to out a t'iipe
which was stretched from tlie door-
knou to a pipe inalde the little an
rlosure, Then he discovered that mur
der had been done.
Margaret lay on the floor 1 one mulct
Hound through the tight side of tier head
ami another 01 ar her right eve. Bhe was
Ueid lt to-r side was the form of
Graffeo. Ile Was shot once IhnOUgh the
h-ft s.de of tlo- head above the eat and
was biiii breathlngi a revolver lay by
his OUtatrelnhed hand He hid made
gnoil Ills oft repeated threat that if he
-oil' not wed Marirct 1 1. 1 out- vise
NtUleV
GUNMEN ARE HOOTED
RY Wll n MflRfl ON WAV
U IIILIaf IIIUUV UI1 III II
TO THE DEATH HOUSE
Armed Sheriff and Aides Make Speo
tacular March After Goff Set-
tences Convicted Quartet to
Die in Chair Jan. 6.
CROWD OF 5,000 RUSHES
GUARD AT GRAND CENTRAL
Harburger Breathes Sigh of Relic
When Prisoners Are Safely
Led Into Sing Sing Pris6n.
The four gunmen "Whltey Lewis," "Dago Frank," "Lefty loule'
and "Gyp the Blood" were sentenced to death and delivered to fee
death house In Shnj: Stag Prison to-day, the date of their electrociitky
having: been fixed by Justice Goff for the week of Jan. 6.
The condemned slayers of Herman Rosenthal were compelled to rut.
a ptntlert of a dozen hooting mobs before they arrived at Sing Staj
prison's doors at 1.40 o'clock this afternoon. 1Sb4eriff HarburRer ha
provided for his prisoners the most sensational progress to prison 0
which there is probably any historical record in this country. A walk
Ing battery himself, the Sheriff had practically armed his deputies U
the teeth and had pressed into service additional guards of Central Offio
detectives, Sing Sing prism sentries
livescore in all.
TAFT FOR
E
Speritically Name President,
Because Roosevelt Failed
to Do Same Thin.
l'MlI.nrrryPm.. Nov. W. -The Na
tional American Woman fiurfraTe Aeeo-
elation convention after adopttnir reeo-
lUtteCal iralalng Preeld-nt Taft for
unpotntlnic a woman as head of the
National children' Bureau; i-ommend-liiK
the ertteade atfatnet the trafflu In
women, and endoralfiK arhltratlon to
prevent warn. ud,urned erne die early
thin aftern "n,
The reeo rut Ion eonwoandlna freeident
Tuft win an follow:
"We deeply deplore the exploiting of
the children of this country In our lahor
market; we iiumnrnd the creation of a
SUFFRAGISTS LAUD
GIVING
WOMAN BIG OFFIC
national anlldrona' bureau ami Proatdaatltg the depot ana unioadina ala uruon-
SI"" ' " "e,.
of tile bureau.
The mention of the name of the, Presi
dent brought atrpliiii.se and when It miti-
sided dolog ite aahod whether it was
neoooaary to Lnoorporate ICi Tart'
ntime In the roeolutton, Dr. Anna II
Shaw, the peaatdtag onVer. amid more
apidnuMe, said it wan, besTaUOe Mr. Taft
had removed the offioe from politics by
ohooalag a wonton without polll
lluence.
Ir -thaw add' d that rofmor Praeldoat
Rooevelt hud promteod to rn.ike audi
at) Hppolntmetit. out had faflad to tlo o.
The reaoluUon on the traffle tti eromaa
wtie as follows
"W oonmend the effort of our na
tional Ko eminent to en I H" trultlc In
women. We time the aaoaage in our
States of mote Itringatll luwa fur the
protOOUon "f women, we demand the
mine Htand ird of morals for men ami
woman and ti" ia ne panaltlea for Iraae
Kreaaloaa regardleea of ex: that e call
on women evorywhara to awake to the
aangar of t ie aoc ii evil and n ha tea
that day M'hen a omen ehall vote and
comnx roiallaed vloe shall i, agtor
mlnated "
IMMMt lUI, I III lK.
Tt ktu. rre?r itliin e . l.iUe.t indirnuUiiu lie I
III, 1,1 M 4 i. I'll ki W'lltl.ll l'ltVKi.
Itl 111. w A i ., .1 it Wot ii Ii i. lUaxi "si-'
fm Hvo 8. Hen m i ewo.-airw
PRICE ONE CENT.
and Ossining town constables, about
The Sheriff comrMered that h.
entirely JueUAed for all Ma shoe o.'
arms and armament when he learned,
he ald, that ftfity member of the
Ham I mil AaeociaUon ware aboard his
train ansl that aoorea of gangster hast
preceded lilm to Sing King to bl4
Hnal adieu to their former atin-flght
inf pala.
RIOT AND UPROAR IN COURT
BUILDING.
fUot and upr.su- attended the prowrcaa
of th aurimen toward the death honue
from the moment (U.tu o'oloolt) Juallcu
"off fUnlatved raadiruj th aentaoste of
death to ttiam in extraordinary term
of the Supreme Court, rvr two hour
tiafore tlila time the Criminal Couri
Bulletin; had been the aeena of turbu
lence and dlauisler. with Vien at rl
lxttlve and umfoiniod men in ooaagaaf
oonlUot with the aula.
'rn arrival of tlu, Rosenthal
tn at the Oram: Central citation
th oocaelon of a moneter dwnonatra
tlon in which tn four prisoner and
their noards were Joetled and JumMed
f th a eeethlna niae of five thousand
peo.pl. Ins toad of folluwlna a devious
unobtruelve coorat, aud drlvinf hla
ohaj-gos throuah an obsour alley.
Sheriff Harburxvr preferred mora
psctacular way of ahowlna the world
how he could oonvoy the muisjer quar
tet on their way tu the Uuath houae.
Heated beilde the driver and with hie
truety rwvolvere gripped In hla flat
tlie nervosa Shorlff Intlettd on eteerina
into tbe iiik1: of tho nujb nMeo nn in
' front uf the Lexlnxtou avenue entrant-M
, a, t ie ,.ur(). T ier, is ml.i.l,.
inn
thu
Ul black van, and the roir
wltn wlilch It wan greeted brought thou-
Msaa aawiytng out of ever
thuroughfare.
reality
A me rinerlff unlo- km th van doora
and urUered tlie guimen hauled out a
warm of five thousand .n and
v..imen atormeil about the doom of the
lg waiting rOXXBV TJirough thla ehoui
uig hum thUherlft plunged ahead with
Ins Hiring of pnitoiieni ami dopuilea b
blBd them and ultti poliowissn and dv
tectlvea fighting vainly to clear a path
ahead of the i ruceaxlon.
CrtOWD MADE A FOOTBALL RUSH
FOR PRISONERS.
Once wlthm the ulg waiting room, to
prisoner found themselves In the m'.det
of a xiutriiung besllatn. tin, i and red
colored porters and uiufirmeo attond
aim dropped whatever huslnoas they
had in hand to Join the preaw about th
gUOtnatt mid .urht their way thro , ,.i ,L
A dfttftng fooonall ruah la u mil I pa.
in Mup.uvd to the atruggie tin -lepu.
ties had to yank then shackle, I captlvw
through Hie ja.iti m the waiting rooea
tnd them e Into the ooxctI corrlitora that
ead down to the lowei track level.
The eniail inou o! poriexii and
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