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MELLEN ROAD UNDER FIRE OF UNCLE SAM
GOFF STARTS INQUIRY INTO HYDE CASE
' ' r and MllW tu-nlalili VI . -due ilie i-luudy.
Fair anil colder tn-nlalili We
EDITION.
PRICE ONE CENT.
GOFF HIMSELF
INQUIRY INTO STORY THAT
ROBIN COULD FREE HYDE
Calls Keeper Who Said Bank
Wrecker Told Sister Ex
Chamberlain Was Innocent.
WHAT CELL LOOKS LIKE.
Quarters "De Luxe" Are 12 j
Feet Square With No Car
pets or Rugs.
ettnrles that kfirn and "tnisllf-" In
the To-v-be prison hvl overheard Joseph
O. Robin raakf statements that would
prove the Innocence of former City
Chamberlain Charles II. Hyde will ho
Investigated to-morrow morning by Su
preme Court Justice Goff, before whom
Hyde wae convicted and by whom he
will be aentenced.
Assistant District-Attorney John Klrlr
land Clark to-day eumm mel to his of
fice) all the Tombs keeper? who ha I ver
had dealings with Robin and (-roaa-ex-s.
mined them at length regarding the
conversations they had overheard. 8ev.
era: of them receive 1 subpoenas to ap
pear before Jufctloe Goff. It Is prohubh
thay will later be sent before the John
Do Grand Jury.
The stories that keepers and "trusties"
In tha Tombs had overheard Robin tell
Ma sister. Df. Louise It.-ibntiovltch. that
Hyde was Innocent appeared In an al
leged Intel view with Deputy Commis
sioner of Corrections Wright, who was
quoted as adding tbgt he was working
for tho freedom of the convicted former
City Chamberlain.
Mr. Wright has denied lhat he said
keepers and "tnntlea" OOUld tell atorli-s
that would Tree Hyde, but the I'lstrlct
Atti'tney'a ofAda took up an InveatigH-
tion of the newspaper Interview an I the
BUhpoeilHM followed.
JUSTICE TO MAKE A RIGID IN
QUIHY. Justice Goff hua n fused to be Inter
viewed as 0 the liydS use, ,iut the (! t
that, following a conference between
himself and District-Attorney Whitman
the Tombs keepers were summoned to
rppeaj before him to-mono morning
hows that he intends maklns a rigid
Inveatlgation Into the allegro IntSrVlSW
and into the statement that Kobtn has
been overheard lo . x.merat Hyds.
The John Doe grand .'ury, which had
been excused until next Monday, was
yesterday hastily summoned to appear
for to-morrow morning, and It Wal re
ported at the Criminal ' 'ourts 1'ulldlng
that the Hyde matter would be one of
the meters Justice G..1T will instruct the
Inquisitors to Investigate.
Here Is an exact description of the
chambre de luxe " in the Tombs oc
cupied by Hyde.
It le on the second tloor of a small
house situated In the centre of the court
ysrd of the Tombs The house was orig
inally intended for the use of the ward
en. Front It Wardens Flynn and V an
Der Carr went to their deaths It was
unsanitary, the physicians said
Hyde ocoupled the second floor. He la
not permitted to leave It. If he escap" 1
from his cell he would rind himself In a
big courtyard from whi'.h only three
men have been known to gain their lib
erty slnoe the Tombs was rebuilt.
The second fluor of the little house
(Continued on Second Tage.)
400 GIRLS DASH IN PANIC
FROM FIRE IN A FACTORY.
Blaze, Caused by a Carelessly
1 1 tied Cigarette, It Soon
Put Out.
Four hundied girls smploysd on the
filth and sixth stories o. tne bulldiii'
nt Nrjs. 4tlJ-tli4 Itroj.lway. (1d in panic
tins afternoon when a small hie was
discovered on the sixth tloor.
The girls are employed by Morris
Levy A Co., clothing manuiactuiers,
and Gutman Bros., underweat manu
facturers The fire was started by u
oarslessly tossed cigarette and ... ex
tinguished with trifling loss More
than one hundred of the girls clambur
ed down tie big fire eecapos on ths
Grand street aide of the big building,
while the others took to the stairs and
levator.
FOR RACING SOS PAGE 12.
(onrrlahl. 113. hr
Co. (The w
TAKES UP
I
QR FIGHT ALONE
Other Balkan Nations Deckle
to Settle Agreement With
the Turks To-Day.
SOFIA. Dec. J. The armistice will
be signed to-lay at Uanlitche. on the
( hntulja lines, with or without Greece
belnc a party to It. according to Infor
mation obtained fro-11 authoritative quar
ters here. Gree-e will be left to con
tinue the war alone against Turkey If
s.ie so desires,
It is said that the other Envoys sre
wearied by ths delays Interposed by
Greece and that they have decided to
settle the matter to-day.
FAKIg, Dee. 3. The French Gov
ernment took the lead to-day la wnrn
1 lag the Balkan alUanoe that their
petty qnarrela ovsr paace negotiations
most not become an open breach, at.
Raymond Pnlncelre, ths Foreign Min
ister formally notified ths Orssk Gov
ernment, through Atho Stomaaos, the
Orsek Minister to Prance, that the
bickering between Orsscs sad Bulgaria
must be ssttled.
ATHENS, Mi c 3 There was a miet
Ing of the Greek Cabinet to-day, hedged
lubnut with ureal secrecy King Geoi ;e
and his advisers were closeted f r r sev
eral hours, and at the close of the con
ference two messages were duspatched
to M. UryparlH, Greek Minister to Tur
key, who is representing this Govern
ment In tne peace negotiations 1 lio
contsntl of the messages were not made
known.
LONDON, Dec 3 Adrtanople was the
OOgUeCll wtllOh threatened to wrick the
parleys between the plenipotentiaries of
Turkey and of the Balkan Allies when
tlioy first opened at Baghtche on the
Chatalja lln-s and Adrlinople appeared
agiln at the -nd of the negotiations as
' tiie most serious hindrance to the at-
tninnteni of an agreement.
During the first session of the dele
gates the Turks absolutely refused to
lousulet the surrender of the strong
hold of Adrlanopll and when tht Bul
garians gubseqilently yielded to them on
j t..ls point the Greek delegaus shrank
' back and demanded time in which to
submit the question lo their Government
j at Athens.
Greece apparently anticipates that In
case Turkey ultimately retains her
' northern fortress Bulgsrla will more
. actively dispute the Hellenic claims to
I the possession of Salonlca
VIENNA Dec 3. Information reached
her to-daj that by hurried and secret
troop mobilisation Austria has massed
100,000 soldiers around Se.-nlln, a town
i In Hungary Just across the Save River
i from Belgrade, the Servian capital.
WANTS $50,000,000
BANKED BY TREASURY TO
RELIEVE MONEY MARKET.
Congressman Levy Puts Dill in the
House Ordering Immediate
Deposits by Government.
WASHINGTON Dec. 3. A resolution
10 direct the Secretary of t ie Treasury to
deposit lr r.ationa' bunkt ."i0,0U0,00C H
reiitvi tin "eharj ant' uetivi demand
for money' war IntrodUCOf to-da. h
Representatlvi Levi ol N York who
declare I It w as pro.t.pted by the appar
ent lack of ready moltey In banking cir
cles throughout the OOUAtry
WOMAN DIES AT 115.
(Special to Tt Eirnlng World.)
I'ATKHSON Deo 3 Mrs Ellsa Thom
son, colored, of No. 13 Lawrence Street.
ssid lo be the oldest woman In the coun
try, died In the General Hospital here
today She was 115 years old. Her bus
band died two years ago at the age of
109 years.
She is survived by twenty-one children
and more than a half hundred grand
children. I AM Y NTOKAOIi KOOB SleV. DOS.
Periled la seelel .artco end guerAuieed sound
sad I net e7 At set. afesceU UasdU OaAdTt,
GREECE 1ST SIGN
HE ARMISTICE
" Circulation Books Open to All."
Thr Free rnhllehlas
lark Worldi.
NEW
PRISONER IN A FLAT;
Showgirl Wife of Millionaire's
Son Declares He Has Been
Kidnapped.
DEPRIVED OF CLOTHES.
He Can't Come to Her, She
Declares, Because Friends
Won't Let Him.
Information reached Mrs. Ethel I.nralne
RAYMOND BELMONT FIRED BY ERLANGER
STOLEN FROM BRIDE. FOR CO-RESPONDENT
nelmont. to-day, that her twcity-four- i he wouldn't give me any more wore-yesr-old
hushund. Itaymond, one of the ,,,, ,.pflll(pd , pilv mo was because
two sons of August Belmont. Is being ,.;lpnve snowden Objected and had told
held in restraint in a flat In the Tender-lnm m m emplo, .
loin near Flflh avenue Raymond, ac- !lien,
cording to the information In Mrs. Bel-I -rh, M1(, Bdlteh. St. Clarr, a unit 1. al
mont'a possesalo.i. was kidnapped last
Thursday morning, by five young men,
one of whom was his brother, Morgan.
He was thrown Into an automobile, j
taken to the Hat and stripped of his 8nVerance of her buslm s relatione with
hoes and clothing. He has been there tne theatrical llrni. Miss Snowdon 13
ever since. Young Mrs. Belmont now the actress who was named as co
threatens to go on the stage as Mrs. respondent when Mrs. Krlanger ob
Raymond Belmont providing she can I tallied a divorce, In White Plains, last
Ilnd a manager who will pay her 31,000 a
week.
It appears that not only August Bel
mont, but Morgan Belmont and nearly
all young Itaymond Belmont's friends
opposed his marriage to Ethel Doralne.
Raymond Belmont had known the girl
for three years. Her real name Is Ethel
IJnde.
At various times during the acquaint
ance between Raymond Belmont and
Ethel Ixiralne, friends of the Belmont
family tried to stop tho affair and there
were several temporary separations, aa
a result of such efforts.
KEPT WEDDING SECRET FROM
HIS CHUMS.
Persons acquainted with the facts say
Ethel Ixjralne never run after young
Belmont or sought to entice him. He
was genuinely smitten and appears to
be In that condition up to this time. It
was a frantic telegram from young Bel
mont that brought the young woman
hurrying hack from California, a short
time ago
As soon as Mlaa I.oralne reached New
York, Belmont proposed marriage, ac
cording to the stories current In the set
In which they moved However, he
kept the matter from his brother and
his young men chums and they knew
nothing of the marriage, ceremony In
Jersey City, until a day or two after It
had happened.
Raymond Belmont an,! his bride en
gage) sit apartment In the Hotel Gos
ford at No. 36 Wost Fifty-fifth street.
Tiis young scion of the Belmont fsmily,
vho had beer living on an allowance
rom his father, considerably overdrawn,
was without money. It Is laid his wife
paid the rent of the apartment and con
tributed spending money, while Ray
mond set about sous ring himself with
his family.
His negotiations were not fruitful of
success. He was quite despondent
.Vedneeday night, when his brother Mor.
gan and four other young men called st
the Gosford. The five youths were
cheerful and optimistic, apparently.
They kept a couple of bellboys busy
between Raymond Belmont'1 apartment
and the t.r. and at 2 o'clock In tho
morning of Thursday Raymond was con
vinced all the world was bright and gay
and happy He was happy and he
friends pretended to be happy.
AHA! HI8T1 RAYMOND IS KID
NAPPED! At about this time Morgan Belmont
succeeded in getting Raym-md out of the
apartment without the knowledge of
Raymond's wife The four friends of
young Belmont followed precipitately
There wat an automobile clr.se by Into
th car bundle'' th Mve and young Ray-
a one sari ngymona oeimont ha not
seen he- hUSbgnt since
Wher Raymond awakened the next
day and found himself stripped to his
underwear in a strange rial he wanted
to go to th Gosford and Rig bride.
Five husky youths opposed him. They
told him he might as well make up l.is
mind he wasn't going back.
The larder of the fist, according to
the new that has leaked out. Is plentl
fulls supplied. One of Raymond Bel
mont's friends Is always with him, and
the five that rushod him from the Gos
ford spend their evenings In his com
pany. August Belmont, It Is said, has not
seen his on nor communicated with
him since the derssy City marriage.
PANAMA C AVIL t'KI hHV
Tickets. ereerfaU'ju - .1 tallest tolonneiloa rle
ALL MMts st t'lr. WoKI.I- ill.lVgl.
BIIBVAlt Ar I. Pnlliur (W,.r 1. S.i.JlnJ AS.
ea ln BWa 31 I. fua - Suuu. lin
YORK, TUESDAY,
ACTRESS TESTIFIES
"Uft Contract" Broken to
Please Miss Snowden, Edith
St. Clair Charges.
"LIAR! BLACKMAILER! "
Also "Silly," "Bum Comedian"
Entertain Big Crowd at
Court Matinee.
t(ll(1 Mr MelanMr that the reason
comedy actress, who Is siting Klaw i
Krlanger to recover SiYOU on a con
tract, explained on the witness stand In
th 8upreme Court this afternoon th
year.
Mlas Bt Clair claims ahe entered Into
a contract with Krlanger In ltd where
by she was to reoMve 176 a week for the
remainder "f her Ufa. Tula was sup
planted In W by a written ngrenmcm.
by which ahe was to get 3JC,0fm In ten
annual Instalmenta. Tiie defenae con
tends this contract was obtained ur.det
duress ivnd assert that Max I) Sieuer.
counsel for Miss St. Clair threalon.d
to revrsj a "nasty ICgndhl" Which
might have wrenked Erlanger'a home
SAYS SNOWDEN GIRL TOLD ER
LANGER TO DISCHARGE HER
Miss Ht Clslr testified that ahe went
onths atnge In 1S93 and described how
he had visited Mr Krlanger'. Office
after one of the defendant had seen her
In the Harlem Opera House Every
thing went along well, and In 190S, Kr
langer pla -no her with "Mlaa Inno
cence," a Elegfeld ghow,
"Mr Erlanrer paid me my salary
every week," said the Witneee, "When
I cloaed with 'Miss Innocence' I waited
for a week but didn't re-eh-s my salary
from Mr. Erlucuei When I saw- him
he told me that he couldn't pay me -any
more and that 1 was no longer to work
for him
"I told Mr. Krlanger It was because
Elphye Snowden told him not to give
me any more employment He said that
while he wouldn't place me with one of
.its companies I.e was willing to Hid me
and suggested that 1 get up an act an 1
go Into vaudeville. He promised me the,
necessary hacking, but I refused and
left th office In anger."
Miss St. Clair then told how she went
to ee a lawyer, and luter that the set
tlement agreement was drawn.
Th wrangling &nd other devolop
mente at yesterday session of t'.ie
trial before Justice Pendleton drew a
groat and disorderly orond to court to
day. Epithets applied by oounsel to
witnesses and by witnesses to counsel,
elurs and retorts made between counsel
and a general frequent hints of sevel
atlons of Incidents of naughty Invport
caused several hundred peron to lay
setge to the doors Most of them stood
In the hall, unsihle to hear or see any
of the proceedings.
The Jam was so dense that the four
oourt officers could not get anyone In
or out. They appealed to Capt. Tlerney
of the Elisabeth street station, and a
squad of policemen aleared the halls.
A ruling by th Court admitted ques
tions relative to Erlangr' domestic
affair, which had cajed a mistrial
when the caae wa before Justice Page
a few months ago Attorney Edmond
Moonev won his point over the atrenu-
! ou objections of V, T. Jerome eounael
for Erlmger.
"IT'S A LIF," ERLANGER HURLS
AT EXAMINER.
Mr Krlanger took the . :tn ss stand
and Mr Mooney repeated the questions,
quoting from the evl lence In the dJVOT e
suit on by Mrs Ei l inger, whl ii
named Mlas Hn iwden as CO-roenondent
and specific I dates at AUanr.c lity from
June ' to June 11, llsir. Krlanger de
nied he was guilty.
Mr Mooney offered a copv rtf the 11
vorce dea-ree granted by Justice Tomp
kins at White Plains
"Counsel Insist on violating Your
Honor's ruling,' Interposed Mr. Je
rome. "It was this line of question
ing which brought about a mistrial
But the witness was ordered to an
Hwer. He said he was at Attain .
CilV and at Young'.-. Hotel in the sum-
(.Continued en eieeent) fagej
DECEMBER
Actress Who Swears E.iancjcr
Broke "Life Salary" Contract
x JSuNUv swke ' eeiBI ftr
THAWS WERE POOR PAY,
THE WITNESS STAND
Didn't Pay Silversmiths' BUI
Because Harry Ordered the
Stuff, She Says.
Evelyn Nesblt Thaw, looking plump
and rosy and wearing a huge bla Jc and
white plaid coat and black velvet hat,
was a witness In Justice Lyn 'h a part tl
ths City Court to-day In an actkiu
brought against her by Gorham A Co.
to recover Ili.lMl which the llveramlths
declare 1 due for goods delivered to Mra.
Thaw In W). Shu ay th good were
c-ld to her huband, Harry Iv. Thaw.
The courtroom wa Jammed with spso
tators, witnesses and litigant Hocking
In when they learned that th young
woman wa to take tne witness staud.
Mra Thaw fenced with the examining
lawyer, frequently bursting Into petu
lant expressions and insisting that she
was doing all she could to aid him Hhe
WOft a black band around i.er neck In
th centre of which wat a large Jewel
She wa led to visit tin do: hum es
tablishment It 110a, w..it, ali sslu one
o' tin muhayer. n ai o ner if gus woulu
tiki ti ope; a. a. OOUnl
"I tolc bin I was n it u verse to su h
a Oontldoratlon ' she said.
Harry K Tnaw, she ald, bad an In
come of from iiio.noo pj aso.mjo a yiar at
fiat time He paid i rapt for the r
upai-in.i nts in th..- ii reieii Lcrralng sii
lUPPlled hier wltn un auto
' Did you get Iroin Mr. Thaw at.,
gpaodlng n.oiiey at th it time?"
"oh. yea. be did g.vo line some Very
t nail ainooiita," gbfl rel.irn. d, peiieiv, ly.
"Ht never gave in moN llun ilfr at a
tme."
After her huabHrid's romova to Mitt
tiawan e-llo said he - InOOIDg Wan llsi-o
I at 31, "an a month, but she declared,
with a ghon of regret, that often Mi
Thaw a folks gglppod the paygflgnti so
l tout she only got, on an avoagi K.'iOU
a year.
t "Uidn t you t a bUl for that gupda.
"Circulation Hooks Open to All."
3, 1912. 22 PAGES
E D ITU
ST CLA.R.
ROOSEVELT CHANGES
MIND ABOUT FUSION
IT
Comptroller Lets the Cat Out
of the Bag After Luncheon
With' Colonel.
Col. Roosevelt has changed his mrlnd
about the feasibility of the Progressive
and Republican fusion In looal and
Stale politics at least. He's for fusion,
Just like Comptroller Prendergaat.
The Comptroller allowed this fact to
be drawn by Inference from statements
he mad to-day after having beon out
to lunch wltb CoL Roosevelt at the
letter's Invitation Ths Comptroller,
who, aa Is well known, has ben strong
for fusion betwoen th Progressiva
wing and regular Republicanism In
Ileal and State politics, seemed to be
radiantly happy.
"1 cannot reveal everything that
transpired In my visit lwth the
Colonel,' he aatd when asked for par
ticulars, "but I can ay that th out
look for fusion In the next Mayoralty
campaign was AVOr lu-lghter."
Just w I at Arguments Prendergaat
need "j win over the lo ad of the Mull
Mousi part) from hi dstewnlnod stand
iga.n-l fusion, Voiced in his recent
p.,,-. i. the ComptfoUer would not say.
He WUUld BO! On admit that there
had been an aigumeiit. He) was Just
happy-
ilr. Thawf"
"Oh, '. ii-rtalnly, I got many of
them, aim .at d illy I 0t one of on
sort or th" other."
Th lawyei lhn agkod wbor hB was
living t prai-nt.
I'm restd.ng In an apartment, hut
plaggg lo not ask mi- etmut It, for you
I ould! 't bring town OB '"" more"
"(i. -ry Wgll I won't," luterjuptel
Dies Uwyer.
'I'll inks, you are good, and I'm going
0 help you ull I ' an," --piled Ilia wit
ms, amillngly her prttilott
W.il Mi. Timw didn't .! this bill.
Old he I "
" lv:dnily he didn't," (be eogwved.
IIS. GRAND MY TAKES
STEPS TO BREAK GRIP
OF NEW HAVEN ROAD
Sweeping Decision of the Federal Su
preme Court Followed by Inquiry
Into Methods of Railroad Com
bine in New England.
RAILROAD OFFICIALS
ARE CALLED TO TESTIFY
Proceedings Here the Result of a
Threat by the Governor of Rhode
Island Against the Roads.
Following close upon tne Supreme Court's sweeptaf dedstea (
vorcinjj the Souihern Pacific from the Union Pacific system, and Ityfegg
broader ground for railroad prosecutions under the Sherman act; t
Deceirtbe; term of the Federal Grand Jury, sworn lo befon Judf Hotafb
to-day, began an investigation into the alleged agreement between 9m
New York, New Haven and Hartford and Grand Trunk Railroads to co
serve a monopoly of transportation in New England.
To-day's investigation, which was cloaked with the greatest secrecy,
follows the announced intention of the Governor of Rhode Island to seek
Federal intervention in the matter of the understanding between the two
railroads concerning the cornering of traffic and the more recent introduc
tion into Congress of a resolution demanding that such an Investigation
should be made. It was reported in the Federal Building to-day ths
subpoenaes had been served upon all of the high officials of both raflroad
systems.
ESTIMATE BOARD
VOTES FOR RERS
1.000 FEET LONG
Report of the Terminal Com
mittee Indorsed To-Day at
an Executive Session.
Piers to aooommodat vtsse'.s from
1,000 to 1,200 feet In leng'h In the
North River wire assured this after-
noon whn th Board of Estimate,
eascutlve seaslun In th ooe of the
Mayor, sndoraed ths report of the Ter
minal Committee of the board. The
report will be formally adopted with
out a dissenting vole. It Is believed, at
th publlo mtlng pf ths board to bo
held on Thursday.
Tag report favure the Immediate alert
ing of improvement In the rlvr front be-
t veen West Forty-sUth street sod West
Fifty-third etreot, which will provide, by
cutting Inland, for piers 1,000 feet In
length without any possible Interference
with the ohsnnel These piers ar to be
eon constru- -i that they can bs ex
tended to l,SO feet, or lo a greater
length If ttvi steamahlp coTvpjnlea con
tinue to extend thr length of their boats.
However, It Is helvel tint Die limit of
length in tr-am!iip eonarruoUoo has
ul-iut been reev hed.
Tiie board glgO deeldl I Igpng ldr Im
provements from Thlrile-th street aouth.
The plera In thl district will be length),
nad as far as the regulations of the
Wirt Department permit, and those that
are short are to be extruded so that all
piers In the lower river district will be
uniform.
OFF TO RESCUTCREW.
Revenue Cnttrr Marie for Wrrrked
Harare- Mill. Men Aboard.
W SIIINOTON, Doc. I, Ttkl Revenue
outtr oriiTid.uM r.-imrtod lo the Treas
nrv l)i-vartiiient that the liangi- t'harnter
with se- t ral :n ii ii'n'ar'l was aground
one mill- west of I 'ape i 'hurl--. Mil . and
in a dangeroug nogtuon, Tht niwnJaaia
u huatvoingj to her aid.
FINAL
EDITION-
PlilCE ONE CENT.
i-nougn tn swearing In the Ti imiehes
panel in Ma courtroom to-day Judge
Hough, addressing Oeorgja K. Wood,
the foreman, declared that he knew est
no apeolal matter to come under Cha
province of that hodjr, hardly had the
)ury retired whan Assistant United
States Attorney-Oen. Jesse C. MMggt
assigned to the InvaotkgaHon of Ore two
New England roads, followed them saee
the Jury room. Four witnesses are be
lleved to have been examined.
VICE-PRESIDENT FITZ HUGH AN
EARLY WITNESS.
V. If. Fits Hugh, Vice-President eit tho
Or and Trunk, waa one of the Brat wtv
ne-asee to enter the Jury room. After
hUn followed Vice-President Thomas B.
Uyrnee of the New York, Now Haves
Hartford and Alexander H. Cooker-ana,
a director of the latter ayateen.
Mr. Uyrnee and Mr. Cochrane, tho two
New Haven officials, are known to hare
been under subpoena to teaUty begors
(he November Term of the Federal
Grand Jury at the time Attorney-Oenersi
Wlckarahana wl r -wiY w eh w . -
- ,
consideration of that body uooa Pread-
aent siaiien's promise to lay before a
sucoeeoing ursnd Jury all of ths
and records of the New Haven road.
ONLY A FEW WITNESSES TO
CALLED.
Washington report hag It that oaiy
euoh witnesses to whom it will be neo
eesary to grant Immunity will bo sum
moned to testify before tho Grand Jury
on the Grand Trunk-New Haven dees.
Assistant Attoraey-Oonenal Ad kins Is
bslng aeelatad In sifting out Che oharga
of oomblnatloo tn restraint of op an
transportation competition by Henry
A. Cuylsr of Dwtrlct-Attomey Wlees
staff and Special Deputy Atturney-Oen-eral
Denlism of tha Department of Jus
tice. SEW HAVEN ROAD
OWNS SWELL HOTELS
AMU STIRS TROL'BLE.
'SieeC.al U) Tt Oeeung World I
BOSTON. Mass.. Dec. J.-L'ndsr tho
name "Hloker Hotel Company," the New
York, New Haven Jfc Hartford monop
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th New Haven board of directors,
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