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v W w u ii U , W MU SM B A X ) CUXSHZiSSIt 4, 1912.
tU I uit 1
4 tlnn of Ihf pnatpnnement In fiat .Tu
i i .i r.-.ff , t ihr. matter ov. t f..i cn
wee), an hat Hyd hsll lr in the
Tun lm while th tlrand Jury Inveatl
Itatlon Is lii prnrea. llnl Hyde ln
pi iileM'pd t' day Mr IttUWMlM VMM
. hie rrenrel e Hupreme Court ceftlll.
cat. 'f re lantinltle doubt, upon which
the prisoner wntiM have been relented
hy ru r n ! "b I ii x belt. Thl procedure
mild have taken Hyde from the Tomb
r aithln a few hour after tho lmpoitl"n
of sentence unl Hi Iitstrlct-Attor-tiry
should have Interposed hla rlfht to
em nd a delay of two day.
Acrnrillne to the Dlatrlrt-Attorney'a
office, Myde waa remanded for aentenra
.1 r k lienre In order that the Orand
Jt.ry M vlltl;iK tho Tomha may ae
the ennvlrled former City Cliiinitirlaln
14 hla quarter and nhserv on the
around how those quartera differ fmm
the Will In which ordinary prlaonera I
..re onllned. It la not explained Jnat
why Hyde ahould he In til quarter
signed to Mm on the occasion ..f the
ilinml Jury'a visit, aa the rnoma would
It ,cn to lnpctlon Irrespective of
the whereabouts of th prisoner, but
fhe Ptatrlrt-tAtnrney'a people Inalat
tiet thla wa the whnlo moving factor
behind the postponement.
ORMER CITV CHAMBERLAIN
CALLED TO THE BAR.
When Hyde waa called far ar
raignment he stalked Into Hi courtroom
!tom the door at th rear. II took 1,1
place outable th bar with hla i.an.l
folded, blinking at the white-haired
ludg through hla big rnund eyetlaaa a.
Following th uaual proredur Clark
.'I nny asked th defendant If he iiad
SJIythlnK to any before kUtMM ahould
be pronounced. John It. Hlanchflold,
'ounsrl for Hyde, aroae to offer motl.ina
rof a new trial and arreet of Jiirtgment
Max H. Hteuer, who aa asao' luted wlt.1
ih defense In the trial, waa not p. . s. nt.
Mr. Mtani hfleld had Juat beiiun to
apeak when the Court Interrupted him.
"Withhold your objection for a few
n.omeiil," (aid Juallc (luff. la Mi.
Wtlght In courtT"
fiOFF CALLS DEPUTY WRIGHT
TO WITNESS STANL.
The Deputy Commlaaloner of Correc
;IOn aroae from a (cat loan to tli
eni-h. Justice Uoff vrnved In the
IrteCtlOfl of the witneaa rlin.li and Mr.
ef Wright took the aeat Indlr ut- d.
baear the witneaa," directed the
-"ourt.
Mr. Wright waa aworn and Juallc
iloff aald:
"Aa a public officer you have auper
vlalon over the prisoner at th bar,
''hurlea II. HdeT"
Wr. Wright replied In the affirmative.
Justice (luff continued:
"It has been reported abat you hav
. Jt.ado certain elatoment that you hav
information or knowledge of Informa
tion of evidence which Would oeue a
w trial to l granted to thla defend
ant. The prlonr at th bar la awalt
t Inc oentcne. Neither In thla caae nor
In any other caae ahall Injuatlce b
I done. Have you any evidence or knowl
edge of evidence which would aet aalde
th verdict or procure a new trial for
M.B prisoner?"
"t have not," replied the witness. -"Have
you ever stated In aubatanc
-t la word that you ha.! knowledge of
' such VMhc or any poraon under your
control had auoh evidence?"
"I nevr hav heard aunh atatements,"
aald Wriglit.
That la all," aald th Court. 'The
i Hrand Jury may wleh to queallon you
further
STANCHFffcLD OBJECTS TO IM
POSITION OF SENTENCE.
Th moment Mr. Wright left th
stand John B. Mtanchfleld rose to In
terpo hla legal objection to th Im-
' poaltlon of antence upon Hyde. Mr.
i HtaiK-hfleld road hi tnlmloal ulijec
tlono. and th?i entered Into a protract-
d argument upon the chief contention
of the defense that there waa no brlb-
7 In that Hyd received no matei'.al
. advantage from Uie lnn.ouo loan to the
lrnaail Truot Company.
"I cannot go to my lawver ----
or to th rpreo:ittive of the newa
papera," raid Mj-. SlaiKhfleld. "and tell
them what waa the bribe Hyde la
charged with having received I rival
you my word of honor I do not know
now how Hyd benefited by thla loan
then. In heaven'a najne. rB v.. kn aeai
, During the long ahgunwit, Hyde h
hand clutched Ufhtly bohlnd hi back
i atood facing the court, hla Up cruah
I mg together ud hla huge body away-
ing m ana rro. He lookvd neither to
ngni nor len-ni eye were tlxed on the
Juatlce.
Mr. SUnohfleld. continuing hla ar
gument, drrlared with vehemence thtt
the m.Mi loan to Hyde by the Carnegie
Trust comtunv waa no' to his material
advantage in that Hyde waa eompelld
to pay intereet. g-ive h! endorred note,
.ind pav the loan when It mmn flue He
raid he Court erred In permitting such
evidence to go before the Jury, or In
mentlorWiix II In his charge tn the Jurv
ATTACKS GOFF'8 RULINGS CON
CERNING Br ISERV.
j Mr Slaii'hfleJd'a apercji contained
i,irctirully the aame contenlluna as
" thaoe In hla urlgdnal plea ' ; the dla
mieaal of the Indictment and repeated
nutneroua time during th trial. He
attaeMd some of fuorlc Ooff' ruling
Utd .Jiargo to th Jury concerning
bribery.
"lafl us." ho oaid "draw a llluwt ra
tion, and It wrll be a pal on Juat at thla
sMt 1 have cn in the tiewspaiter ,
..ell,. II... V.I r UrhlLn....
rw ...... .........prf. JIM Or
anmluat'd aoon for the Mayoralty. Sup
ma. ha la el.-iMl l.vir Th,
pose a repteea-ntatlve of some big new- I
napar whi"h wijiported him, goes to
Mayor Whitman and aaya lo him: 'W
have a very bright reporter arid aye
want to help him get a good Job. Tou
mak him your ju-lvato oecrolary and
w will support your administration.'
Now can any of the Aaalatant District-
llj.MI.. ' M n'kl.n.... A..
io be Indicted and trl.d and found
guilty of bribery
niatrmt-Attorney Whitman, Aaalatant
Dletrlct-Attorney Frank Moss and As
sistant District-Attorney John Klrkland
(lark, who prosecuted Hyde, nodded
their heads in violent avsoent.
"I oee they nod thlr heavda." con
1lnud Mr. Htaru'lifleld, "but lhat la bi
cause District-Attorney Whitman may
not' te Mayor."
At th conclusion of Mr. fttanchflnld's
protracted artdreae. Jutte OofT aald:
"I deny each and every one of your
cot ns This pi Isoner la remanded un
tS to-dgy one week foe aentenc."
DEMANDS THAT SENTENCE BE
PRONOUNCED AT ONCE
nr. mancimeta was on his feet with
an obji-ctmn. He demanded that aen-
unce ne wapoeea immeuiateiy, but Jugs
tlio Con declined to meet hi wishea
Then the attorney asked that th day
he made sooner than Io U, as h had
an Important engagement In the West
ern part of the st.ite at that Una.
Again the Justine ruled ajsvlnst him.
telling him, In effect, that, hs needed
snore tun to consider Ih omtlons mad
if
by the defenae for an arreit of Judt-
ment.
Hyde plainly perturbed, whlapered tn
Mr Hum hhVld ant I he lawyer a.sked
tb.it a ball bond lie fixed. Again Juml'-e
OM rull rirlecrsi.lv. and Hyde, allow
ing considerable emotion, waa led back
to the prion no pi1 pen and serosa the
Bridge of Hlerti by a timid face, Inu
la'! looking? little deputy sheriff who
goomod to he a plaTniy at th aid of
thg prlaoner
Hefore Hyde wa arraigned Jualb
loff called the HpeeloJ Hrand Jury!
before him and aald th District- I
Attorney had Informed him that lm- i
porlant matter had arlaen whteh de- :
inanded th attention of the Hrand
Jury. There were but nineteen mem
hem of the body preaent. but the Court I
said that ajxtrcn conatltuied a iuorum
of any Hrand Jury and twelve member
a majority
OOFF INSTRUCTS THE SPECIAL
GRAND JURV.
After perfunctnrv Inatruetlona na to I
law and evidence. Juatlce floff aald
'Amiin your dutlea la an Inoulrv Into I
the management of t ie city I'rlaon and
Into any chargea of mlocnnduct In th
management. Vou ihall make Mail I"-
qulry Into the city I'rlaon aa will en-
able you to dlOOOVer anything Inter
fering with the efficient manaKement of
th aald prison Vou ahull hav fr
acres tn the prison at all time.
"I call yonr attention to thl par
ticular thing heecna a roopoaatbl
nwppT ha pnbllahad what pnr
porto to ha aa Interview with a
high prlaon oaTlclal regarding cer
tain happening In th City Prlaon
I make ao comment on thl alleged
Interview.
"It Is for you to look Into It and de
cide Our public Institution ihould lie
inoperiy couuuoiC'i noi only acconlln-
to the letter of the law. hut according
to Juatlce. The law prescribe that
certain persona shall be kept In cna
connnement Jt prewrlhea that persona
found giillly, but pt! yet aontenced,
ahall be kepi In cloae cnnflnmnt. It
1 the purpoae of the law that there
ahall tie -I'lal treatment for all prla
onera. The law know no claaa. In
the evea of the law there are no power
ful and no obscure pereons. There
moat tie no differentiation becauae of
so I.ii poaltlon. That wouli he a
trayeaty upon Juatlce, causing claa
reentment.
ORDERS INQUIRY INTO MAN
AGEMENT OF TOMBS.
MI therefore charge you to inquire Into
the management of the city Prison and
uggeat that you lake Immediate action
tn this matter.
"T charg- yont
"First To Inqalr whather
through laalty of order and dls
Clplla. pHaonera hnve ba thrOat
nod with vioienre and aoaaultad
by other prlaonara.
"Booond Whether certain pris
oner hav received dlffrBt troat
raoat from other prlaonera la th
way of prlvlltgea and paranaat
comfort and. If go. by whoso direc
tion and for what reaaon aad
ooasidcratloa.
"Third Whthr ny ofTlelal or
mploy. by hlmaelf or through
another, ha nsod his posltloa to
prooar or fabricate testimony la
favor of or against unv prlsoasr,
stthsr bafor up after trial.
"Ponrth Whither aav offlclal ot
mploy has dclsrd h has dis
covered or had knowledge of
testlmonv that wrnld ravsra th
vordlot of a tnv. nr proears a aw
trial for a prlonr."
At the conclusion or the Hyde nro
ceedtoKa Mr Wrlaht and twenty Tombs
keepers were eummnned to the Hranil
Ttirv mom on Ihg ton floor of th Crim
inal Courts fto'Mlng. where t ie extrit
orllnarv or John Poe rjrrnd .fury js
In seaalnn I'latclct-.Mtornev Whitman
perronallv conducted the examination of
these wl'nesacti before the Orand .Tnror.
REPORTER TELL 9 OF INTER-
VICW WITH WRIGHT.
Kdiir.1 I!-ecki-, n rportr for Th
World, WM the fti-Mt wltnraa aummoned
before the Hinnd Jury He teatlfled to
the cornctniaa of statements which ha
puWIlMd I" The World as coming frr.m
Mr Wright. The Iieputv i 'oiumlaalonei
was the next witness and he waa fol
lowed by Warden Fallon of the Tomba.
Deputy Commlselnner of Correi'tlon
Wright was the next witneaa.
When Mr Wright emerged from the
grand Jury room, he angrily refuaed to
talk.
"1 will not ay one word. ti dc
otarsd "1 have been mlou io'.ih! enough
alroady."
W P Mcloughlln of The Kvenlng
WorUI. was alo a witneaa.
At 2.10 o'clo.-k P M the grand Jury
aljnurned until Fi Ida y morning at 11
o'clock, without paying a vlalt to Hi
Tomha to view Hyde'a quarter
MRS. GOELET DIES
i Continued from Klrot I'age i
number of time Two year ago the
c.crnian lOmperor came In for consider
able comment from hi subjects when
he broke his custom and did not ut-
t a- n,l tl.. Mtinual " I ... , r .vinUi" si
n-.,-m, a. . aaV. v..,
' - .. niri r-
gatta. and went to vllt Mrs. Uolt in
stead
Mr" ."et h" lionor of being
decorated by the Sultan of Turbry
Heveral years i i he received the
Hrand Order of the Cheefekal aa th
result of an Incident In which th
Nhma figured. The captain of th
yachl tried to run the lardanle with
out a i .mil and waa slopped, Wjien
the etultan learned who was tho owner
' UM ,.'Chf "rJ"a W rlased and
the conferring of th order un Mrs
' t followed.
Asld from th Ooelet family rldnc
on Fifth avenue and Forty-eighth I tree I
and the lo'lt place at Newport, tWiieii
j were glvn to Mra. OooUt for her
j lllatlmr. and her Pari town houo.
jjis uoeiet owned a ulg ((tat at
lUdouvlll, nut far from th rreuuh
capital.
Robert Ooelet la burled In a marble
maueoleum In Hrrenwood Cemetery It
I pruhabl Mrs. Uolt will bo burled
! ther hi able him.
I'AJUH, Dec. 4.-William Von Hrhoen.
the Herman Anihasnador to Kranc.
was among th callers at th Uoelet
residence to xprea condolcnc. evl
dently on behalf of the Kaiier. The
Oarman Kmperor and th Kmprca on
many occasions bsd luncheon or dinner
e Nahme. Mr. Ooelet also
the Kmperor at Ka.tern
an nor.. I.I,.. L.I. ,e!.
,01 board the
entertained
Aleaiterianean port twlc on hla trip
to and from Corfu and sh alwsys was
a wclcotn guest al the Imperial Palace
at lierlln. Bom lime ago she gave a
permanent cratewnient to th. naval
hospital at Kiel 1
IN PARIS; YACHT TO
BRING BODY HOI
CROPSEY NO LIAR,
BUT TOLD UNTRUTH
LIEBERS TESTIFIES
' ilia? ( Captain I )cnies He Asked
l eniency When Caught
Falsifying.
WALDO AS "REMITTER."
1
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rTCCWCCSSOf TellS Of FVlialtiCS
I
Ot) Commanding Officers
Reversed l ater.
in Aldennanli ioll tnveatlgatbm
tilt afloriHKiii went Into the matter of
fine remitted by f'onimlaloner Waldd
j which had been Inflicted upon captalna
ami oincr high ornirlal by Coniml
! aioner Cropy Mr Muckner counsel
, , ...
I . 'h """' J'" that forly-four
; "np "-niounllng to ,( lnfli-ted upon
comman'llng officer liy .'ropaey
remitted by Waldo, but Waldo remitted
mi fines Inflb tcd by Cropsey on patrol
men. t'apt. Heorge Urbers furtilahed the
aensntlon of the nfternoon when ho
declared that testimony given by for
mer Commlaaloner Cropaey waa untrue
Mr. Cropsey had Just teatllled I.lebpre
had admHtad to Jilm anaklng false
atatementa and had pleaded for lent-
ncy, with tears In hla ej. Ho warmly
did l.lebets p.. Mr. Cropeey aald.
that he waa fined thirty day' pay In
stead of being dlMiilaaed.
Then l.lebers took the stand and said
he never admitted to Cropaey that lie
had made u m -statement. He aald he
wouldn't call Cropaey a liar, but would
aay that Cropsey didn't tell the truth.
The l.lebera case, na brought our to-dny,
aOWfd that Llebere'e flue wss remitted
after a moat perfunctory rehearing he-
lore input y ( cimmiaaloner Dillon, at
which no wltneaaes were heard. Mr.
Huckner established that Dillon did not
even have the minutes of His first trial.
Former PoirTg Commlaaloner Cropsey.
now District-Attorney of Kings County,
was the first witneaa of the session.
Mr. Cropaey aald that when he became
PoiltM Conimlerlonrr he looked up the
law and asked the advice of th Cor
poration Counsel upon the rlfht of a
commissioner to review rases tiled by
!4mself or to remit fine Imposed by
himself or nny of hla pradeceseors.
FOUND NO RIGHT TO RETRY OR
TO REMIT FINES.
The law and th Corporation Coun
sel's advice, kg aald. convinced him he
had no right to retry a cats or remit a.
fine. M-. Huckner read Into the record
a letter from the Civil Service Com
mission to Commissioner Waldo, dated
April It, ttU, advising him that ha had
no right to remit flues or reverae fl-nd-Inga
of former Commissioners.
Mr. t'rtipsey said he ilnd fined many
commanding offlci ra becauae h had
round thai complaints wrre seldom made
against surgeanta, lieutenants. capbiJnS
or InsprL'tois, while enmities charge
were made against patrolmen. He made
on lm est 'gallon to find why patrolmen
Were charged with all Infractions of Uie
rules and their superior orflcers with
practically none. As a result of thl ln
veallgatlon. be aald, many chargea were
brought against commanding officer.
"Didn't you think you were going Pret
ty far when you fined Lieut. Enrlght,
prealdent ot the Lieutenants' Associa
tion?" aaked Mi. Iluchner.
"Homebody told me It wa a mlatake,"
replied the wltnras with a amlle.
"And did you fine Capt. Hrant, preal
dent of tho captalna' Association?"
M.'kt.l Mr. Huckner.
"1 fined him twice." .
Mr. Huckner then read .nto th rco.-d
s change, made In Naveiuber. 110,
sialnst Capt. Heorgs C. LJebers. thai
I, label had failed to investigate a
charge that two prlaonera were assault
ed on the way to his station houa by
a apecUl patrolman. Mr. Cropsey re
cite 1 the i Ireuiiutancea of the trial as
h ravallod li.eiu He ItluntUled photo
xr.ii'lis or the two oompialnantj, taken
a uui'le or days alter the amault, whh
showed brul4'.l and thaolored features.
I, ehets ha. i denied the mn were marked
a hen thny t eaclioU th suillon house.
LIEBERS CONFESSED AND ASKED
MERCY FOR OTHERS.
Mr. Crops)' aald h found l.lebets
gully not only of falling to report and
investigate, but of making a false aim.
miu to Iieputv Police Commissioner
Drlacoll. He fined l.lebera thirty daya'
pay. l.lebera, he aald, called on him
before the flue waa Inflicted, and after
a representative of a high public offi
cial had Interceded for the captain
Liebers, Mr. Cropaey aald, asked per
mission to aay something
"With tears In hla rye," aald Mr.
t'li.paey, "he told uie he had lied to
l'oputy Drlacoll and had lied on the
stand. If It wasn't too lets, h said
nc wanted to allow me ne had some
decency and manhood left Ha aald
'Coutmteatuiirr, a doorman and a llautm
ant teatlfled to help me. I want to ask
conalduralton for them, too. If they
.an ha excused 1 wish you would do th
best you can,'
1 decided there must be something
(nod In that man and didn't dismiss
him. I flnd him. I transferred th
lieutenant and kept the doorman In th
station house.
Mr. Huckner brougrht out that soon
after Commissioner Waldo took office
the tine of. L.lcber WO remitted
Mr. Crnpsay etupiied aside snd Capt
Limber waa called. The captain, who
uia neara sir. cropaey s evidence, waa
Plainly uncosnroruole a he took the
"d. Llubero sold th fine Imposed on
It Wu remittal and refunded, he MM,
' about u year ago. U.ber flatly cm-
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nun by f-rupsey iimounliNl to about liat'.
traillrlM Mr cropaey a ew lun, , that
he (fJebere) had confessed he bad lied
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tt'e.)rllit Cllnellnat, Waalilndoa. D. O.I
or had Interceded for the doorman and
lieutenant.
"The ilwtanc of what I told him "
said Liebers. "was that I didn't want
him to break nie. 1 don't remember
mnkiiig a confession to him. 1 didr't
say I had Med."
"Did you tell him you had mode a
falae statement of any kind?"
"No, lr."
PRISONERS BEATEN, DOORMAN
TOLD DRISCOLL.
Mr. Huckner read a atte,tient made jy
Ihe doorman, Patrick Cotnerford, to
Drlscoll the day after the alleged as
sault. It related that the two prisoners,
brothers named Howell, were badly
beaten when they got 'o the stat'on
'bona Their clothing waa torn. Ctpt.
Lb hers said the two dldn t look as 'he
doorman described them whn he
(Llehersi row them.
lashers admitted he had talked to the
doorman bnfor that trial, but roulln':
remember what waa aald.
(J. Ilow did you get your fine re
mitted? A. I applied to the Commis
sioner. g. Who suggested the application and
made It up? A. Myself. I dictated It
to Lieut. Dwyer, now Inspector, und he
typewrote It for me.
Q. Hud you ever seen a similar appli
cation and wasn't there a lot of talk
about getting flnea remitted? A. No, sir.
Mr Huckner read Lieber s application.
It bore the marks of s legal training
111 the person who irfota in
W. Did you dictate that application?
A. Dwyer might have changed a word
or two.
W Wasn't It unusual fur you to be
before your Commissioner begging for
leniency? A. I wasn't begBlng.
y. Hut )tou didn't go before the Com
missioner when you were dUmlsaed bo
fore the fine was duplicated? A. No,
sir.
W- Did you say to Commissioner
Cropsey that his cross-examination hail
oroaen 00 Wn your testimony? A. I
think I did.
Ichors, describing the rahaaslBst. -aid
h B'ent to Deputy Commissioner Dil
lons office, Dillon and a atenograiih-r
were there. No witnesses were called.
He was sure the stenographer bad
taken noles, but he couldn't remember
what iiinatlons were asked
CROPSEY NOT LIAR, BUT "DIDN'T
TELL TRUTH.
l.lebers's testimony as to hla conversa
tion with Mr. Cropsey was gge'n tak.
Ug, Liebers Insisted lie wouldn't OgJi
Cropsey a liar He was almost palneli
fill .uelstenre.
Bul you say ha didn't tell th tn.ih .'"
instated Mr. Huckner.
"V-yea. air," aald Lleber-.
Lieut. Zanc in chutge of the Police
OepartJiient fliea wa called. Hs aald
he had been unable to find the minutes
of the original trial of Llsbera. Lle
ber 1iad sworn that Commissioner
Dillon had these at the re-trlal.
"You'll find out why you couldn't
find the minute," aald Mr. Huckner,
recalling Mr, Cropsey.
Mr. CrOrpgdV said he never had the
minute written up In csees he tried
by hlmaelf when only flnea were im
posed. Mr. Huckner then railed Mr. Cropscv
attention to the case of Lieut. Finn, who
was charged with a minor offne, fur
which he wss fined ten days' pay, an I
was (Jan Oimrged with making u riae
statement tj a upeilor amounting III
perjury- for which he waa fined forty
day' pay. The records show Finn's
thirty day' flue una remitted by Com
missioner Waldo, hut the ten days' fine
was allowed to stand.
A flnr of two dnya' pay Inflicted upon
Lieut. John F Dwyer now lnapector
waa liroun it up. Commlaaloner Waldo
remitted the fine In February, 1(1l
THIS OFFENSE VIOLATED OR
DBB Of MAYOR GAYNOR.
Ueut. Louis W Hocheter was
charged in October, 1910, wtth falling
to Investigate promptly and report on a
cltlien'a complaint that he had been a
oaulted by a policeman Mayor Hay
nor ha. sngg. ated a police order wMc.i
wss Issued commandltm lieutenant
and captalna to report auch cases at
one under pain of dismissal I Lieut
Rochester ws fined fifteen dnys pay'
Or. May 15. IMP.', Commissioner Waldo
reduced this tin to three day. Mr.
Hucfcner called to attention thai thla
I SSLSt JSSSTn V,' 'Ir! T1
1 'SJoZ n i it lul l , "'
l' 1 """''" I hat 111 h.l no allt ho. .
Ity to remit fines.
Mr. Huckner read Into the record de
tail relating to charge preferred on
May 10. Ull. against l'ullce Hurgeon
Hdwsrd ' T. lllgglna for not making
roper dally report on tick policemen
under hla c are, in obeyllenc to a apeclal
order. Hlgglns aa fined ten daya pay.
Feb. 10. 112, Commissioner Waldo re
mitted h fine.
Mr. Huckner next read a general order
of Feb. t, Id!, direr ting that old police,
men be given "soft" assignments, inslda
buildings, such as In hospitals, public
baths, rather thsn young men. Thia
order, Mr I ropaey aald, waa laaued to
remedy an abua by certain captain.
Th order waa not gf ncrally obeyed and
eleven captain were tried and fined.
Among them waa Inspector Heorge Mi -Cliiky,
then a captain, having berp.
demoted by Cropsey- fined ten dy..'
pay. Thl fine waa remitted Dec. 10.
1(11. by Commlaaloner Waldo.
Cornelius H. Hayes, since dlamlaaed
1Y Waldo, was fined ten days' pay for
137 violations Hayes, Mr. Cropsey
amid, sent friends to Headquarter,
among them a former city official, who
i went to the front twice.
I Hayee'e defense was that be had over
I looked tho order which wu sent hy
i telephone. Hayes's fine . remitted
by Commissioner Waldo
Mr. Huckner again reaching the rec
ords, showed that Pntrb k F McHowan.
former President of the Hoard of Al
derman, was the man who "went to the
front" for Have.
Mr, Huckner traced by the records
Hint Lieut. Richard Knrlght, now In
'Charge of th Hureau of Hepalra and
i 8upplles, then In charge of a Hrooklyn
I precinct. WSJ fined ten days' pay on I
May 10. 1911 the day before the police
Ipnrnde This fine. It appear, displeased i
, Mayor riaynur. Knrlght pleaded guilty
hefore Cfopoey, In asking for a re- I
hearing, Nov. II, till, he requested
permission to withdraw th" idea This i
wa granted and the fine was remitted.
Tb cases of the remaining riffle 11 in-
eluding Inspector! Lsthep and Formosa,
were read Into the records by Mr. nuck-
ner.
JAMES SHEVLIN AND WIFE
0IVE HOSPITAL $100,000.
Gift to Hrooklyn Institution W ill
Complete 118,(kki Necessary to
Raise Mortgage on Property.
James Shavian and hi wife of No. S)
Rlghth avenue, Hrooklyn. have given
1100,000 to at. Mary's Hospital In Hrook
lyn, to Ire applied to the cinceljat.on
of the mortgage of Jlls.nai now reatl iR
on the property. The glft'as made ,s
an addition to the HUho-p l.oughlln M- -
morlal Kind. it will bacomo avaihtbl
at soon aa th remaining 111, ON is ralsl
by puhtlfl siihacrlption. Tho offl.-ers of
the fund were notified of the gift sev
eral days ago, tbtit the new was ncit
marie public until to-day.
.lame Hhevlln was regarded as one
of the wisest and most straightforward
lieutenants of the late Hugh McLauHi
lln, who managed the affairs of the
Democratic party In Broooklyn under
an Iron band for many years.
The gift of the Bhevllns to public
and private charities during their llfe-
I time have been estimated at huge
amounts, but no authentic estimate or
their extent has ever been obtainable
from either of them.
FOUND "TRACES" OF SILVER
IN HAWTHORNE'S MINES.
And Only Sixty Cents Worth of
Gold to the Ton, Declares
Expert.
Joseph T. Mendy. u mining engineer
end chemist In the employ of the fa
mous Nlplsslng mines of Panuda. who
examined the Hawthorne properties In
mos.
testified to-day at the t-Iul of
Julian Hawthorne am
th charge of using
I his associates on
the malls to de
rrnud.
He said he could find only a truce of
silver there, and that the highest as
say In gold that he SOU Id get were HO
centH to the ton Hawthorne and his
associate had lepretented that the
assays ran Into high values of gold ami
silver to the ton.
Mr. Mendy said he spent about a
week examining the Hawthorn prop
erties. "I It common to find email tracts
of silver or gold In that section of Call
ada?" "Yes, very common," replied the wit
ness. "Kven where there .ir-' 'in pro
ducing mini's ground It Ik typical of
tho country."
WILSON CUT OFF BY CABLE.
I'realdeal-l'-lrl lias to on. mo ii I
rale Willi Home FIU by Kelay.
iiMii,Ttx, Bermuda (by way of
ington, Jamaica), Deo, 4. President
elect Wood row Wilson- continues lo ell
joy Ills holiday here. Communication
directly with America hy fiuri is' cut
off and there is no prospect of the de
fect lielnj repaired for sonic time.
ALMANAC fUU TO HAY.
Sun rises.. . es -sr mis., IdlliMuou rl.rs a as
Tin; PIIIES
Itrt-ti Watrr
A.M. I'M.
aml)' llonli ii it 4.1.1
rlateraor'l lilatnl ,,, l.n 4 47
llrll Oata H i'! fl .17
lrn tv.iter.
.S. M.
ID I U
111.17
12 32
P.H
in ts
It ij
IMPHOMPTI' 'PKRI H,
iKrom the Chicago lteeneu-lleral.1. .
' l.udles and gentlemen," he aald. ex
nlbtttn?, conalilerutil nervousness, "If I
had known that I was to be ralle.1 on
to-night 1 ahould have taken th trou
ble to look up ah that I I ahould
have fortinud myself with ah a I
have Just snld, If 1 had been uwure that
I wa to be asked to addraaa you on
thl auplrlous ncra I mean anapl
clou occasion I liould have primed
myself wtth faets concerning the sub
ject to which I have been or rather
the subject that has been assigned to
me. I assure you. ladles mid gentle
men, that It give me grent pleasure
to ah to It Is one of the moat pieaa
ant moment of my lives to most
pleasant moments of my life to meet
you here to-nlglit. There Is a story of
of a story you will please pardon
me If I read It. as I cun'l remember
Just now that 1m It may be more- uh
f allusions, or felicitous I should
ssy, to ah read It If you will o-bear
with me. I nil did not expect when
I raiiie here to ah to ah to"
Then he got his manuscript out of hi
pocket and read for tlfty-seven min
utes. SUSTAINS AND CHEERS
Try ii at four o'clock
LIPTON'S
TEA
Bold In airtight tlna only
JEROME ATTACKS
STEUER ON STAND
IN ERLANGER SUIT
(Continued from First Page)
William Traver Jerome, counsel for
the defenae.
.wi s ft. Cialr hesitate. 1 and
clutched
her handbag. Her at tort. ey.
Kdmund
i.. aiooncy, cants to th
reac'ia with
the objection that, as ahe hadsiiaed the
asm MIMl St. Clulr for fifteen yeas,
thnt was atillicient for Identification.
Mr Jerome inalsted on fatting the rlirh.
nam and the witness said In a vole
that only the court stenographer could
hear: "Edith Annie lloxten."
FEARED "LilSQR ACE" AT MEN
TION OF NAME.
"What wn.' your mother name?"
ashed Mr, Jerome.
"Oh, she can't stand the disgrace. '
cried the witness, bursting Into tears.
Haf body shook convulsively and h"
rsatad her head on the Judge's dei.k and j
sobbed.
"I don't sen tho that' essential." In
terrupted Mr. Mooney. "Thl lady's
mother Is old and In poor health. Lei
ua siiow some decency In this case."
"What:. u,e disgrace'.'" shouted Mr.
Jerome, who had grown impatient
"Let nie take care Of the- witness."
aald Mr Mooney, an.i he bulked south-
I ln"iy to the plaintiff. Than it wsg gaa
gested that she write this names of her
parents. Jerome lusleted again Ml
Mooney exclaimed: "Very well, out
with it then." Tile witness composed i
herself and answered that her father's
name was Mike ltoxten. He Is dead.
Much of the testimony given by Miss i
t t'l-ilr had to .lo wltli the weekly i
pal men it made to her by theatrlcnl
managers and by .Mr. Brtangor, in hr
complaint ah siid thai m IMS she nu.'
entered Into an oral contract with Kr
laVfaJfef whereby she was to receive $7",
a iv. eg lor lire, in l'.sJU this was auu
glanced by a written agreement In
which she was to be )iid 2..'rii annually
for ten year. The first payment wis
made and' eh., is suing to recover the
balance, Ml. Ml.
DECLARES ERLANOER PAID HER
SALARY.
Miss St. Clair testified that when she
wss with "Moth.-r Hooae" she received
I7." a week which waa paid by the com
pany's manager during the playing ea
son gad by Mr. Krlanger during re
hearsall and the . !os.. season.
"Ilow wns the money paid, and by
whom?" asked Mr. Jerome.
"By Mr. Krlanger, he paid me In
cash." ti plied the witness.
"Where?"
"Sometimes In hi office and aome
time In the apartmetirt." ,
On redirect examlln.ition Mlsa St.
I'lalr aa'.d ahe wonted to rectify om
mlatakes. Hue :ald that on some occa
sion the money was brought to the 1
apartment By I nomas Johnson, u
truated employee' of Krlanger.
Attorney Jerome then began question
ing Miss it. Clair about her age.
"Wlu-n und where were you born?" he
asked.
"On Aug. 12. ISslS. at Nashville. Tenn."
"You were on the stage in 1S90?"
".Yes, r. 1 wasn't quite sixteen wnen
was employed by Mr. Krlanger. I
was playing soubt-ette and ingenue
parts."
"Ingenue parts are supposed to repre
sent Innocent, unsophisticated girls, are
they not?" Mr. Jerome asked.
"They are."
Miss St. Clair reiterated that Mr. Kr
langer promised to advance her accord
ing to Bierlt and that she was raised
to t'.'X) a week. When she received the
higher lalery While playing Ilrlansrcr
also reached the same figure during
hearsnls and off searona, ahe testified
STEUER DENIES JURY BRIBING
ACCUSATION.
Attorney SJtlUor wa then called. Be
cause of the attack Krlanger made
Against him on the Hand Attorney
Mooney asked that he be given consid
erable leeway In iietlonlng the wt
nes. Brian Is fi JWllla testifying, di
rected a to: rent of criticism at i.euer.
Hoods
Sarsaparilla
Cures blood diseases and re
stores health and strength.
There is no "just as good"
medicine. Get it today and
begin taking it at once.
In usual liquid form or in the tablet.,
known a Sarsatahs.
SHORT VAMP
SHOES
Dull ai
Piti t
Leather, Rus-t
.i. a-.ir ii;,.!,
3
.50
Button and
Lace. All sizes
up
uban eV French Heel
J. GLASSBERG,
llluatratd Catlosu J Free.
Th World arttl he
Hated at The World'. laf.rme.
less siiaa. rentier Boliatsa
See ad a. Farh Bri W !
t'elesm Of II. Berth M
taar ath mi. aad Bread war l
Weeld Mart Offlee. Bda)
West lMtk u sad Warier.
Veeklra Offlee, aoa WeaMsaf-
Ua at., esekla. far
m
.4
In which he accused the latter of "fix
ing the Juty that tried ex-Henator Frank
Onrdlner. on a chntue of bribery
during the race track legislation at Al
bany. "Onrdlner was acquitted. wan't he?"
asked Mr. Mooney.
"He waa," replied the witness.
"Did you ever hear it suggested that
you or anybody else bribed the twelve
men who sat on that Jury?"
"I did not. As a matter of fact, th
complaining witness In that case ap
peared alter th trial and tne Dlatnot
Attorney I hunting for him now."
"I must apologise for thla next ques
tion," continued Mr. Mooney, "but I
must be specific Did you bribe the
Juryi In the Hardliner case!"'
"I did not. I never saw any of the
Jurors before or after the trial or dur
ing the trial except when they were In
the Jury box."
"Mr. Krtanger' said yon were 'Brldgle'
Webber's attorney. 1 don't know who
Ilrldgle' la. hut take It that he was one
of the gunmen. Was he ever a client
of yours?"
"No, sir. Mr. Marshall was Ml attor
ney. I was called In by the family a
very respectable family, I may any. 1
advised Webber that if lie wanted me
tai help him he must tell the whole
truth, District-Attorney Whitman said
that in so doing I rendered a public
service second to none."
"When did you hear thst Mr. Kr
langer had made charges agaanat you
bolore the liar Association?"
"tin July 12. 1(12."
"Mr. KrlangT says you 'gold him out.'
What about that?" asked the plaintiff's
attorney.
"I never represented Mr. Frlnnger,
although I have be.n counsel In many
nulls airalnat him.'
"He rays you broke down his home."
"I never did and nobody ever tried
harrier to reconcile a cojple than I did
In the case of the ICrlaiiKers."
STOP THAT TICKLING;
CUT GIRLS' HAT PLUMES.
Los Angeles ( Vuiivilman Opens
War on Heathers "As Muvli a
Menace as Hatpins."
Los anoici.ks. Cai.i Dec. i Council.
man Tnppntn, Contending that "MMtgni
tickling" by hat plumes Is Bl e.ipe
Btlng and menacing aa the ata.iblng hy
hatpins, to-dny has before the city coun
cil an amendment to the "iuttpln" ordi
nance to lenaeii the length of millinery
plumage. He declares that large plttPAOi
worn by women tickle ull near them.
THE
oU
LAYER
JLANO
"fltl Ik IM III CSS'I (If lf
pcdala so canity that playing il I.
rtal play, effortless bejond belief.
This unique "pedal touch" leaves
your mind free of bothersome ex
pression devices, free lo pluy in
tuiltvely and expressively, without
a hint of Ihe mechanical.
ftrle IO al T.-.u
HDie list at BsioO
Style 34 st asilli
Style !IK st glNIII
Caah er Eai) Tfrmi. RenJ t.ir llnolue:.
Reservallona Matte for Chrlatinaa Delivery,
425 FIFTH AVENUE
Entrani ilStli .St.. N. y.
IDEAL XMAS GIFTS
"Storm Hero".
If Turned
II. ids
Umbrellas
Absolutely Stormproif.
A Near One If the lVlml
Brealia It.
it ml il linn ii,
$1 to $IOoo
On Halo Moat Auv
nherr. If Vim rin't uel
"loriii llrro" write
o awa
iviil erDros.&Co.
. illlg Hrnidasv
K. Y.
ta hane Aealn hi sill eal jnu the
lualaatlr, i.slc.e maieit Jr.il.r.
"SjieelaltT House In
WORSTED KNIT GOODS
Auto Knitted Heeater
C'uata and Vests, Hosiery
end Knit t'nderwear for
Men. Women ami l nil. In n.
Art Needlework Exhibit
on Ihe Ilulfonr
eeSjlBIt In every detail.
3Q9 Sixth Ave. 24-26 St.
G
Special for Wednesday the 4th
COLLEGE FUDGE, VAN. AND
CHOCOLATE.
10c
iiOc IAl.lt I I MOW ltr.lt K.
I'Ul Ml HO
K4Uiila .
I
.A.
Mifin-rWH liitsrnnteed
Jvxtlim a-x 57 eVatffurnal
U Jjn-N c7 nml I u.l III.,,. I
I r s-v l..r Men
OFFERING FOR THIS WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY
EUREKA MIXED CANDY, an endless Q(n
Sksar-i.l llfisp in nnrUi,
"i1 sa. ..uj niujn, v-iiurciics, ttutuutions, rairs, ti-.
il hf ua liiarlmrnt blur l and) erbea raa w Set lafft rur aad rb-nisda
PfTlllMnC fC UMCTDrtturtlWaam aaiv
30
30
30
1 vra iiu,inurui.llAll I VI I A-
TURE, ABSOLUTELY PURE, WHOLE
SOME CANDY, AND CO HALF-POUND
BOXES, FOR
POUNDS OF OLD FASHION CLEAR
CANDY AND 60 HALF-POUND BOXES
FOR
POUNDS OF "MAIHATTAN MIXED'
CONSISTING OF CHOCOLATES, CARA
MELS, CREAMS AND 20 OTHER
KINDS," AND M HALF-POUND BOXES,
run
PaB ". ( ..rtlalMll aS3 I2.MIi htreel lore. IBS eier er.nll.a SUIT
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ELIMINATE THE RISK
Pura caady la as wholeaome as
tircud but an Inferior erade, If
eaten, might result dlaaitroutly.
Take no chance with your health,
and aee that Loft fills the chil
dren's storking.
SEVERE SKIN TROUBLE
YIELDS TO A SIMPLE REMEDY.
It is strange how rerioui skin trouble'
are caused anrl after much 'iiffcrinii
j yield to a simple remedy like Snxo Salve.
Mrs. i. M. Met ormick, of t oboe
N. Y., ayt "I suffered from a cri
ona akin tronhle eitse, hy a fall and it
I aster I for several years, sometimes it
would seem to heal, but walking ot
standing on my fret would tuakr it
break out again, but riaxo ,':nlvc lia
cured me, anil it alao cured a very sever;
rase of ulcer in our family, and I am
recommending it to my friends."
In all forms of skin troubles Smu
Salve brings immediate relief. If it
fails to benefit we will give back your
money.
All Rikrr and Hecrmar
Stores in New York and
Brooklyn and at all drug
floret where this blue
and while sign
is displayed.
FURS
FROM TRAPPER TO WEARER
Buy the "FAMOUS
KRAMER FURS"
direct from America'.'
leading manufacturer
at our w li o I e a a I
salesroom and aav th"
middleman' enormous
P KR AMER FURS
KNOWN
THE WORLD OVER
"SINCE 1873"
I'OINTI'.I) I'OX KK'I'I -Scarf an.l
mi
icsira ..rrr lei ,,,,,. ,,, i . .ti
$45.0'
rlS l'0.
ers' nrlre S 7 .V llnr I'rlce .
t. KM ink Montr; HltsNl.tN l't .
OATB (Not calfskin, auch ae rrtell.
aell as pony I. Retalicra pile
$26.5"
a 4 .. no (knr I'rlr
HI It K lll AMI HAH IH) 5l,Ts
r.N t,TS
$19i5
r-i ii. hit'.
Hr .irf and in u ' Ketallera'
urlee ail.von. Our lrlee . . .
alKN'S IM It-Liwptl ClMTa Parisian iai,
or uiuskrat collars, Rrtaiicrr
$20.0
nrl-e rt".oO. II. ir Trice
I .,nn.let e ssaortnient from ftfl.SO to Bo.Tii
HRAiaK 1UK CO.
OK UstfV VOKK.
Nt arly 1 u Vfsl p ut
II t.VSl lll.i MREF.T
Bet. BWBI and .llh Ave.. Nee York.
''ake elevator In ivholeaule aklearoom.
liood fur i dollar ii signed with
your name.
Nihil
I hat will make the net cost $3.75
just this once for this Gun Metal 7
i jewelled watch "jit hands. It shows
j the phases of the moon, the days
the nii nths, etc., and is one of BEN
NETT'S choicest offers. Other g&od
things in new catalog No. 94. Lots
of information, illustrations and
"SPECIAL TO POCKET" prices.
W.irth sending a stamp to get it.
BENNETT MFG. CO.,
175 Broa.Uvay, Upstairs,
; neat Cjrfiin.lt. T'. Kalft 1'nrUa.ldt. Eat. 117.
Itrf.-ifn.-e. any National Dank Nfw Volt.
BLTTER THAN CASTOR OIL.
I A real, iilf-aeiirahl.-. laflttleaa pUjalc, tnni an I
inirifiei la Ulackl-iirn'i t aaca Roral-PlU. Ear- .
lt- ur s'o- packasir In fuaraataerl to satisfy aul
I nlaaas, ll enoT drug at,asn aatl them. Try
thrm I-. elrM
slU '
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tvM i'ii' i t i if, 7tb A., MuiiU amuru-
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km old in w ot ner ti any our fil imun .
it-waud and no OMMtMni akcd ii df lm
tnrnrd at no.'i t ; i: ill ; K r, HM1TR
l,U 7tli
tsrlfnhAnai
pt, it-Jet ii mn .t.v. l.rniiiaiirlaf
7UU T'li. 1'iaiUnrnt tul, or tpboo Mjaw.
i!.-.v ri.ni-ndt.
Y
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Special tor Thuridav the 5th
CRYSTALLIZED PEPPERMINT
AND WINTERGREEN CREAMS.
Kite I AH K El MKW'IIRRE.
roi mi Brtx
10c
n ib.
, I . , . , - . r.
$2.70
$3.30
$3.90
ii7TuTr
ed BARCLAY BTBII ,
. ai.weM Steawar
COBTLANOT BT
Cw.Cksiti II.
pabk now 4 Naaaai
AlCily Hall faik
to BROADWAY
Cor Fulloa Si.
mt maasau arenm
tel. Beakawa a? Sm.
aee WT taerH ar
alOj
WKueSM.t BBSl retails
$4.75 sfl "
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