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BOSS MURPHY DODGES TALK
ABOUT GOV. SULZER AS THE
"Ask Sulzer," He Replies To
Day in Answer to the
STANDS BY GOVERNOR.
Tells Friends Chairman Will
cox Will Not Be Reappointed
on Service Board.
Chgrtea F Murphy to-day made Ml
flrat appearance nt Tammany 1111 line
nil lslt to Albany and th circulation
of the report that Oov. Hulzcr had ns-
nmiMl the Democratic leadership In tha
'What about reports of friction be
IWeOU you and Oov. Suiter?" Mr.
Murphy araj asked.
"Well,", and in rr the Leader nf Tnm
"Will you y what, natljr, la
yoor attitude toward Oov. Bnlter?"
"X am with Oov. gnlser to maka
Bio administration a aneceae - tha
Mcoeee that It darve," answered
Mr. Murphy wits uiiueual emyha
ala. "Ia Oov. Sulzer the Democratic State
"You had batter Nk Oov. Sulzer.''
answered MllPpby with another smile.
REFUSES TO TRY TO READ OOV.
"Ia the Governor still committed to
the suggested single Public Service
roillllllaaalMiai ellln body as contemplat
ed in the Henley hill?"
"I have no right to assume to know
what la In the Oovernor'a tntnd. nor do
l wish to porooriasly express my opin
ion on that more."
"Are we to Infer that Hie (iovemor
t' en has changed hit mind an to a pro
Poaad simile commission?"
"Hasn't t m Governor a right to
ehmilc hia mind?"
"Mil you visit tha 'people house' at
"Yea. and I enjoyed the visit."
"Have you heard that Dudley Kleld
Malone, a son-in-law of Senator o'tlor
man, l to he President Wllaon's aecre
lary?" "That la newa to me," Hiiswered the
leader of Tammany.
BELIEVES WILLCOX WILL HAVE
TO QUIT SERVICE BOARD.
Visitors to Tammany Hall Kol the
Impression from Mr.' Murphy'a talk
wltli them that Chairman Wlllcox of
ilia Public Serfvlce i'oinmlaalon will
not. In all probability, he permitted to
hold OVar after midnight of Jan. 31.
lien hla term of office explrea.
While the leader d Tammany did not
commit himself abaolutely, he Rave It
ri hlu opinion Nut Oov. Sulzer would
fill the vacancies In the Public Serve
Commission which will occur In tha
two districts on Feb. 1.
Murphy drew thin deduction, he a ltd
to friends, from the (lovernor'a talk
with William II. K.tzpatrlck of Krle, to
whom he haa offered the chairmanahip
of the up-State cunimtaalon. It WW
Mr. Murphy'a Idea that If the fllllnK Ot
the vacancy to occur In the up-State
comm'aslonerahlp has already been d"
clded upon the Oovernor will doubtless
name a man at the same time to take
Hie pla;e of Chairman Wlllcox of New
York.' This, It la pointed out, would oe
In eptte of the fact that Mayor Oaynor,
President McAneny and the other mem
berh of the Board of Hstlmate have
aiipealed to the Oovernor to retain Mr.
Wlllcox Until the aubway situation In
this city Is aettled.
Has Been Solved:
The World completely over-
shadows all other
mediums as a
guide to positions.
World "Help Wanted" Adt.Lart Week
Thaa All the 0 Olher New
York Morning and Huudar
fVaiaaprri 1 10 m h i .n I it.
I The most convincing evidence
that World "Help Wanted" Ads. .
are far the best. a
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SCHIFF VALET CONVICT
PARDONED BY SULZER
AFTER TO-DAY'S INQUIRY.
FOLKE I BRAHDT
WOMAN OF 105 TO ID
HER SUITOR, 80 YEARS;
1HEY GET THE LICENSE
Mrs. Marcelina Elisalda of Los
Angeles Is Wealthy and Has
tVOI A-NORIR8. CfJ,, Jan. IT.-4IM,
Marcelina Kllaalda, one hundred and
flic yeara of age, and said to he wealthy,
concurred yeeterday In an application
for a marriage llcenae for herself and
Pleaantlno l.eon, aged elKht.. The li
cense a'frs lasued.
I.eon said to-day he would attampi to
hare a recent .our! order appointing
Mra. Claudia l.ugn. a KtanddaiiKliter
the aged woman's legal guardian set
aside. Mra. l.ugo will contest the action
JOHNSON AGREES TO
FIGHT PALZER IN PARIS
Accepts Terms for Bout to Be De
cided June 25 for So,xjo
Jaok Johnson agreed to-day to right
Al Palzer In lr!a for the world's cham
pionship on the night of June art, the aVa
of the ilrand Prix races. Tom O'Koiirkc,
Palzer's manager, announced this after
noon that he had recnlved a telexram
from Johnson In Chicago, accepting the
terms offered by Al I.luve, an American
now In Paris, arranglnK the match. The
terms provide that the winner shall re
celeve CO per cent, of the gate receipts,
wHti a guarantee of 130,000.
Johnson's telegram follows:
"Terms eatlefacjtry. We will make
arrangernenta wen I see ou In regard
to plcrurea anil tranapoptatlon Wire
l.ippe (. K. thanka."
Last Two Days of Big Sale.
10 MrVa Overeoata Malta, ..'.
TUB "IVl" Clothing corner, Broad
way, cor. Harclay St., opp. Wool worth
Building (hlghwt In the world), will
aell to-day andw8atuiday the balance
of their Men's Winter Suite and Over
coata, fine black thlbet, fancy graya,
browns and dark mixed worsted; all
aliea: worth fin In any other store;
their apeclal m ice to-dav and Saturday,
4.IS. Opau Bat urUaj ni g.i t till lv.-n.uJr.
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Circulation Books Open to AIL
"ACT OF JUSTICE,"
Sulzer Frees Former Schiff
Valet, Declaring His Sen
PROMISES TO "REFORM."
Statement From Schiff De
clares He 'Doesn't Oppose Par
don on Ground of "Mercy."
'Hpeeial tn Tea Rrseloi World. t
A I.HAN Y, Jan. 17 Oov. Sutxer thla
afternoon pardoned Foulke E. Brandt
on the (round that hla sentence of
thirty years for burglary In tba home
of Mortimer la Schiff or New Tork
City was excessive.
Brandt waa brought before Oov. Butaer
In the Executive Chamber, thla after
noon, on- tha petition of Tba World and
other parajana, far hla reieaae from Uaa
At the requaat f Oov. Sulaar Attorney-General
cannody made a auta
ment, in which ha aald ha favored
Brandt'a pardon, "not aa matter ot
meres', but aa a matter of juatlce." Ma
criticized the procedure through which
Brandt waa triad and sentenced
Mr. Car mod y declared the Governor's
action wiped out a "W6t on the judiciary
of the State," and ahowe "that there
Isn't anything that can defeat the ends
Senator Nelson also made a apeech, In
which he characterlxed Brandt'a sen
tence aa "almost Judicial tyranny."
It was stipulated by Gov. 8ulzer In
pardoning ltraii.lt that 'he' la not to ac
cept a theatrical engagement and must
not. In the future, reflect upon the
character or any one.
At the suggestion of the Oovernor,
Brandt accepted Senator Nelaon'a offer
0 take him to Washington and then
send him West.
Brandt, who waa sent to prison for a
term of thirty sh ears for alleged bur
glary, was secretly brought Into Albany
yesterday by Warden Kaiser of Diinne
inorn. The warden and hla prisoner
pent the night ait a local hotel and the
two came to the Krerutlve Chamber at
'.' o clock. The apurlou mahogany-apan-elled
room, where the palntlnga of for
mer Governor are hung, waa crowded
with petlUonera, mate officials and peo
ple attracted by the unusual and sensa
tional features of the hearing. Here
and there In the gathering waa a woman
to wltnesa, as one of them u suffragist
said, a "history -making proceeding for
the rehabilitation of Juatlce."
MANY PERSONS PRESENT TO
BACK UP PLEA.
Occupying seats near tha Governor a
desk were many Swedlah citizen a. hie
most prominent of whom waa United
States Senator Knute Nelaon. William
Rand Jr., former District-Attorney of
New York County, waa preaent. but
merely aa a spectator, he said. Tha
Schiff family, It waa said, had no one
to repreaent them.
The Governor walked Into tha Mg
room at .'.lis o'clock with Attorney-Gen
eral Carmody and United State Senator
Nelson The Governor, stepping to hta
desk, Issued this order to Warden
"Bring In Mr. Biaudt."
Brandt appeared ut once and took a
seat directly in front of the Governor
I ve given a great deal of thoyght to
tills Brandt case,"' said the Governor
I've made up my mind what to do
I'm going to do substantial Justice lo
The Governor then read Brandt's ap
plication for executive clemency. Brandt
In this wocument, regretted he had told
atorles reflecting on the reputation of a
good woman. He declared they were all
untrue. He suld he realized the enorm
ity of his conduct and hoped the Gover
nor would release him, as he had al
ready aerved six years In prison.
The Governor next read u letter from
Mortimer U Schiff. denouncing Brandt's
stories Involving the reputation of
K. luff's family as lying and scandalous.
"Brandt," said Mr. HchlfT In hla let
ter, "attacked the honor or myself and
family. 1 oppoaed :,!, release because
it was .based on scandal and wtdi y
circulated malic icrua lies."
"If the application Is baaed on the
lUbtnliaaM that hla statement wo:,
utterly false, I should not oppose all
release. If he should ask a pardon ai
iConlliiueJ on Sevond Page
HIW TOBE, FRIDAY, JANUARY 17,
TO HIDE FROM THE
Wife of HoteJ Manager Who
Corroborated Sipp Goes
Before Grand Jury.
TRYING TO TRACE FUND.
Policeman Fox Quoted as to
the Number of Graft Pay
Tha extraordinary Grand Jury investi
gating polio graft spent part of Ita
saaalon to-day In looking" into tba charge
thajt certain police officer, assong taera
three laaaoctara and a cagdaiiv raaaad a
fund ta aaad George A. SIM aaat
J Dortaa. tba aoouaere of
Bugaoa Wm. out of the city, Dorian la
earn ralaalag. and tha Dtatriot-Aater-nay'a
saoa Cava . unaM a ajat aay
aSrtMfa wUa wm a wttwaaa Mora
aa oraaa 4 wry ta aay.
to tha D
willow wtdleat OVat
Dorian waa ua Id a aam of
floi ,r4aw tork directly after ha gave
testlmeny oorroboraUng that of sipp
barore tha Aldermanlo Committee.
IPP QUOTES FOX ON HOTEL
It waa learned to-day that 81pp.
when he told the Orand Jury there
war twenty-eig-ht disorderly houaaa
posing aa hotel In Harlem and paying
100 a month eaefh to the police, he
added that he got the Information from
Patrolman Kugene Fox. Sipp said he
waa on auoh cloaa term of frlendathlp
with Fox that Kox gave him the namea
of all the hotelkeeper and many
others In Harlem who were paying for
the privilege of conducting Illegal
ftipp also aald that tha 11.000 raised to
pay him for leaving town 100 irf which
ha eventually got was originally de
posited In a Harlem Bank and Fox
called on him and told him about It.
He atarted to the bank with Fox, but
on the way the policeman said he waa
afraid they were being followed and
advised Sipp to go to New Jersey and
wait for the money.
The accounts of certain policemen
with the bank mentioned by Sipp are
being examined. It la hoped to eatah
llsh by thla method lust how the fl,000
fund mentioned by Sipp got Into the
sipp" bank account haa been looked
over by the Dlatrlet-Atorney for five
yeara back. The examination shows
withdrawal ot lino on daya on which
Sipp aaya he paid his monthly asaeia
ment ot 1100 to Pox.
SIPP HAS RECOVERED FROM
Sipp, who haa completely recovered
from the alight operation he underwent
Tuaaday night, left hi horn for a
time to-day. Ha and hla aon will ap
pear before the Grand Jury on Mon
day and round up (he testimony rela
tive to the raising of a fund to send
the wltneaaea agalnii Fox out nf
town. Other wltneaaea on that point
will also be heard on Monday.
Dlatrlct-Attorney Whitman haa Infor
mation that a brother of an Inspector
njted a tha agent In raising the fund
and that two or three lawyera handled
the money. The three Inspector and
the captain whrme namea have been
furnlehed by Sipp and others are aakl
to have been the chief contributor.
Patrolman Kox was arraigned before
Justice Goff to-day w plead to the In
dictment charging him with burglary.
He entered a plea of not guilty and the
ball of te.OUO fixed on Wednesday waa
continued. A Fox had ben unable to
eecure a bondnnan he was remanded to
When Fox' case nan called in the
trial room at Police Heada,Uaflrl by
Deputy CommUsloner Walsti, Letlll
Grant, counsel for the a pouted police
man, explained thut Kox was detained
In the Tombs. Commlsslone. Wulsh
then directed the Complaint olark to
call the namea of the wltness-a George
and J. Howard Sipp and ThOtnai
Dorian, who the police declare have
been legally notified to appear.
There helng no reapon.se Commis
sioner Walsh adjourned tba trial until
noxt Tueadoy. He announced that the
Police Depatrment will lake some ac
tion in the courts to 0O 01 Pal the at
leadanat of the sipps
John J. Hkellv. go Itad by Mary
Goode. a disorderly house keepor. of
taking a bribe of In", was called for
trial. Because Mrs Goode waa not
araatnl aod detaatlvai reported t iev
had been IHIgbli to Had her Skeijy'l
u.el poaiponed indefinitely.
FAME IN HIS GRASP,
Kittay, Youth Mrs. Breitung
Found Singing in Street,
GET WORD HE IS SAFE.
Reporter Advised Penniless
Genius to Sing in Fifth Ave.
to Attract Attention.
Mixed with fright, great Joy. altnoat
bewildering, haa coma upon the parent
of Theodore Kit lay. living on tha good
will and trust of Mac Ftehraan and hi
wife at No. SI Aveauie B. for to not
Theodora to-day celebrated la nil the
Ma aa the new-found possessor
of a aaerreUoue tenor voice, discovered
by a kind rlofe woman, who Uvea In
that abode of the wealthy, the Hotel
St Easier DM be not taat night bring
M N are give it to hla mother,
the lady bad given hiasT
Tfiit afttf flU rwt TV strange men -wire,
a great limousine ear stop In frent of
the Avenue R tenement door at J o'clock
thla morning, long before daylight came,
end persuade Theodore to go away wltti
them without even telling hi mother
and his rather where he waa going?
From some source, which not all the In
genuity of a reporter apeaklng Yrddlsh
could make clear, the Klttaya received
word to-day tah tthelr aon would he
home with rhem this evening. They
hope it la true.
The romance of Theodore Klitav yes
terdsy In the metropolis of the I'nlted
states a one that no fiction writer
wouJd dare submit to the editor of the
RECOGNIZED SINGER AT AOE OF
Scarcely leas amazing la the little
chronicle of his life which lead up to
It. Theodore Kittay was born twenty
five yeara ago In BJIala Czerkoff In the
Province of Klsa, Poland. At arven
hla sweet and powerful "kell"' was ad
mired by the cantor of Ohe synagogue
His father. Meyer Kittay. only fairly
nucceaaful as a dry goods merchant!
waa glad to have th eboy study muah
If h could get employed enough to pay
for hie lesson and 'help out the family
Income a bit.
He become head singer In Krhul.
the Jewish Halibath school. On gnat
religious divs aueh a Itosrth Haahon
nd Yotn Klppar he was soon Installed
as cantor, or leader and soloist. At six
teen yeara old he aaa able to pay his
way at the Warsaw 'onservntory.
Later he went to the Conservatory at
Kleff, ami finally finished hi musical
cihicatlon aa far as seemed profitable
at the Imperial Conservatory at st
Petersburg. By this time he was ahtr
to Increase his earning by giving piano
AH of this Meyer and Rebecca Kittay
told an Kvenlng World reporter with
great Jov and pride. Aa to wh it hap
pened after they came to thla country
to Philadelphia to make a new start,
late In November. IU, they spoke with
proud humiliation. Dry goods prospered
no better at No. It!t2 South Seventh
street, Philadelphia, than In KJiala Czer
koff. They were very near their last
pennies. They wrote to Theodore, who
was earning a considerable salary In
Itusela, though It would not g far
under the American cost of living
FAILS TO FIND WORK HERE AND
IS SOON DESTITUTE.
In fur overcoat, velvet hat and othei
liapplng-i or prosperity he came Ha
went to board with the Kaahman.
ending word to hla parents that he
knew from the experience of the gieat
Cantor lilreta, who created a BapJUttlOg
In this country two years ago, that
IhlM wik th. place fur a singer to make
money. He arrived early In Novem
ber. Two weeks later hi parents, their
money rieailj gone, came over to find
"HI w iv he had as yet Belli them noth
ing The) found him at the Piahmani.
He was no heller off than they. But
the loyal Kishmans undertook to like
care gf fathoi. mother, Theodore.
Judaic another son. who the family be
lieves has the makings of a great
arils,, and the two girls, um,l times
Theodore, bavins -night work ve-
terdft) by methods vain in 'm York
no matter how mi essful the) luav
have i ii in St Patertburgi upbraided
"Why." he asked, ii.ii lou bring
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NEW BOY TENOR WMO
SINGING ON STREETS
Little Body Rolls Out of Box
Kicked by Children Over
a Vacant Lot.
In an open lot at the oorner of Hunt
ington street and Hamilton avenue two
snore or more of children, girl and
bo vs. were playing to-day before the
chool hell rang. In that quarter the
children are the children of the poor
They played In the lot with the lusty
vigor of youth. The aanda were damp,
hut the hardy youngster revelled In
them. They chased one another In tag.
they played Jacks and marbles, they
wrestled with one another In rough
One or the yoiiftera found a paste
board hnx wrapped In a newapaper and
lied with a atrlng. He tor off the
newspaper and a companion grabbed
the box from hla hand and uaed It tor
a football. With yells of glee the crowd
bore down on the box anil hailed with
delight the advent of new gam.
KICKED THE BOX OVER THE LOT
AS A FOOTBALL.
The box was foot balled all over the
lot. Dent wore made In It until the
siring had no further holding place.
The atrlng dipped from Ita place around
the box, the cover of the box fell off
nd the children stopped their play and
hung back mute with horror.
Their "fooeball" had been th coffin
of a haby boy not mart then several
hours old. Tba little girl war first
to find vole in th crowd of fright
ened youngster. With ohrirka of ter
ror fhey ran from tha apot and the
bore were not alow In following them.
In or eat hies terror the hoy told the
tory to policeman and the little body
in the box waa taken to th Hamilton
Avenue Police Htatlon.
"Yes, he' dead," aald Dr. Hchulman,
who was unimoiiad from the Long
Island College Hospital. And then th
man of medicine and science waa In
terested to find that tha atark body
still had aome warmth in It. He
pressed back th eyelids He ohaffed
the tiny limbs, but could find no lgn
Something about the naae attracted
him ami held hi m there. He applied
all the restoratives of which he knew.
He kept beating the body gently and
worked to Induce false respiration. In
twenty minutes after he had been at
work ha uttered an exclamation, lit
had detected a film breath passing
through the llp,
BRINGS BACK LIFE TO SEEMING
LY DEAD BABY.
Dr Schulman worked with renewed
ardor. He removed his coat und never
did doctor labor more diligently or with
more earnestness on a patient than ha
did on the unknown naif. He worked
unceasingly for an hour and a half and
the child was kicking out iis little hands
and feet and crying with the lustiness
and vigor of health.
The persons In the station were
amaged. Tin glint or triumph n.is in
the doctor's eyes and a Ittllfled smile
ii ayajkrogd Ins countenance. e called
for the gmbulance and wrapping the boy
lii the warmest of varments whisked U.tu
off lo the hospital At la'eat gocouatg
he was still cryln bofw en duxes and
dwsa X ffiUa,
u8r 9 1-. m i ' '
Sn'aBzutosJzV' v' aaaSaaas
Hi Warn, "' mW wE
THE MORE INDICTED
IN THE ARSON PLOT ON
"Izzy " Stein, Professional Incendiary
wno was Br ought Down From
Sing Sing. Spends an Hour and
a Half Before the Grand Jury.
ADJUSTERS GOT BIG FEES
FROM FeAKE FIRE LOSSES.
Stein's Wife Tells
in Her Home Between Grutz and
Other Alleged Conspirators.
"lay" Stein, the professional firebur was before the r.nnA ..
Iwiir and a half to-day reciting how he started a fire in the Bronx three
years ago. at the instigation of certain men connected with the fire insur-
4ia.c pimiios as aujujicts, a roiui or no testimony three indict
inents arainst persons not publicly named wen return a
more additional indivtments will De
Former City Chamebrlain
Ruled for Court Practice
C hartal K. Hyde, former t'lty Cham
berlain, who was convicted of bribery
In the Criminal Ilrunch of the Su
preme Court, waa "to-day disbarred by
the Appellate Division or the Supreme
Charles Hyde was convicted r
etitly of bribery
II.- was accused of
using the iMiwurs
. i.i. ..ex.... ...
Chamberlain to influence depoalta to th
arneiflo Trust Company, the presiding
genlu of which win his friend. Will
lam J 'ummlns
The CiimoKlo Truat Company needed
depoaits, and It waa charged that Hyde,
by threatening Joaeph Kohln, the re
cently sentence, i hankwreckcr
withdrawal of city depoalta
Itolan's Harlem hank, caused
make a heavy deposit with
negle Trust 1 ompany. It
on the trial that Hyde
filendh tnward the
hud been very
'as rewarded by
'iiine.l that Hyde
the Carnegie Trust
his a 'tlvttlea In securing
.-an. made through third
Th Jury found Hyde aullty and Jua
tlce iloff sentenced him to servo two
years and lx mouth to four yeara and
lv iiwhiOi. In orison. An atitieal
taken and la now pending ami Hyde
out on bah.
Hyde w.n formerly a law partner of
Mayor Oaynor. He was also, and, prob
ably, la yet, tha Mayor' close personal
friend. IIU nppulii'meiit a city i ham
herluin was one r (he lirst Mayor Oay
nor made aft, r taking OmO,
MYUUS HEL0 HERE ON WRIT.
Ilalira i or pus cilon Uels a Ki
Hah Writer'. Deportation.
On the application of Simon O. Pol
lock. .lieUe Holt, III the Ked.-ral lUs-
ttict COUrt this afternoon iseued a
writ of naheas corpus and certiorari,
staying the deportlou of Kdw.ird K.
stylius, hs the Immigration authorities,
which was let for Jan. J3.
The an', is tnadu returnable next
PRIOR ONE ORNT.
- - rs U".tll KBJ
found within a week
r . w . I
ssssi oeen learned d-rom stein thv
ln.ur.nco adjuster. ,.rmll,K
th.mo.lve "Independents 'took th"
gq " Nw1 arlalng from
for fake los.es Th. fee. of tha ad
JuaLr ranged from 0 to 0 par cent.
of the amount recovered
STEIN'S WIFE TELLS ABOUT
MEETINGS OF PLOTTERS.
I'orrobor.tlon of gt.m'o charge that
h7"rnhrU,,h'.'n"Ura,,e' brek' E
ISg Tombe under 1 16,000 ball, waa th.
chief plotter In hundreds of case of
incendlarl.m haa been procured from
Htelna wife. She haa told tha Dle-
trlct-Attorney of meetings her flat
hetween Urut. her husband and other.
In the con.plracy. nere
Klmr Newmark. tha brok.r under
indictment fr ,.,,,- , h, r
'.'! '"?"' WM rralgned before Ju.tie.
H.rr ror pleading. Hla counaal
lemurrer to the Indictment a
case went over until Monday
The possibility rami th. a
araun may have .ii..-j S
tlon. to BrooAlyn d.voloped yewC
when mo men wore arraigned In that
borough charged with that crime. James
Coffey of No. 10 Bouw, fflxtti ai
r-eaded not gUty befo,, county Judg.
Wk. He waa remanded to Raymond
Street Jan. He .. wftTbaWn.
et a fire In . K..IUI - .
I street last December i, 'h. "erry
ifio le eald to have acknowledged ku ,i.i.
I to Fir. Mar.h.i u ". Ut
to Fire Marshal u-i.u
- "HO J.
and other combustlblee
a oat tared about tha
to the charge of aettlng fir. to a war
house at NTo ins n . "are-
rrr 'Ft Brooklyn, in
wann iout rirr. all
oaary, atarted tn Willi.
Char-eH eK.. " Ur""
..unueiuon wis caught in
th. act of touohlng- off a bundle o'
weatera In the warehouse. Thirteen
nave oeen convicted of araon
UrooWyn In the last yar. Flften
au were arrest eil, charged with
crime and two were acquitted.
HAD BEEN WARNED NOT
TELL HIS STORY
When he first appeared in Mr.
... . vim . main appeared inclined tu
b reticenL He sal, I that Information
had reached tilm that It would not be
a fa for him to implicate hi auoclatis
In his crime. So Mr. Lvy waa lum
moned. Th lawyer had ihalf an hour"
conference with hla client. Then he
told Mr. Waller that there would be no
mure holding back.
A atenograpber waa aent for and the
tale began, occasionally directed by a
question from one Aaalatant Uiatrlct-At-torney.
Stain talked all th afternoon
and lata Into the night, only etopplng
for supper and an occasional rest for
th stenographer. At Ita close Mr. Wel
ter said that It would take another day,
at least, to get all th .acts that Stain
had In hia possession.
Almost at the beginning of the tale
came the ai "louDceinent:
"Fir hollaing waa a
aaa. X entered at
poors the iheaaiae la
renriielin f oi
froaa the v
tha elaaea. it
waa mj rrAwot ml