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THE SUN, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1913.
INCOME TAX NOW
IN ORGANIC LAW
Untnins and Delnware Rat
ify It. Olio More Than
Hlfi FORTUNES ARE HIT
Tower of Congress Unlimited
- Small Incomes to be
S'OS in Aim A.NOTMKR
I oticcnis hired Klrrtion
t f ,nf Previous
iiiMnliiinit in IH70.
-. :t". ivtt ?, -The Income m
! it . now to all purposes .1 part
Federal Constitution. The
.. .i.-tlnn to-day liv the I.cglsla
t W.niiin.: it til Delaware.
t-'t.il of .-Jttito. that have
amendment tip to thirty-
i iimt tli, m tin- necessary
' of -.h-' entire Fnltm
' ' i-mains now for the otilmlna
t ' piocess ! amending the
u.'"il 'aw l for Secretary of
Nti to issue n proclamation
:z t'l.it the required number of
i" acted favorably upon the
inii ndineni now ratified Is the
i t the Federal Constitution.
- pi Ion." amendment adopted
iT". ti-.c memorable Fifteenth,
i'-oh,i.it tin1 denial or nbrids
r o' t'li- iloetlve franchise on ao-
i ice. color or previous condl-
v It tide.
ti w S.xtecnih Amendment Is
t I : r. .ids r.s follow.".
V- i . VI - I'lin Congre.s hall have
i - l.i anil collect i,im on incomes
-. v ' MM.vi-r -ource derived without
-mo-ii i'ii among the several Mnlw
.-nil regard to anv icnsti- or
' ,' Mil
'i - r proposed amendment, that
i ..i,s for the dlrei t election of Sen
. . s s already on Its way through
s it- Legislatures, and undoubtedly
w ' added to th- Constitution as tin''
f r - enth amendment.
M-'i irrs of the New Jersey dilccn
t i i i oiigress rogri ttod the fact Unit
t Stale had not had the honor ot
' the deciding vote in faor of
" .iconic to amendment. Hoth
W 'tiling and Delaware pot busy as
s i. hh they learned that New Jersev
i i after this honor. The result was
. a telegram was leeched from
" ..lis in Delaware at 11:30 o'clock
mornlnc, notlfylm: the Senators
'.' in that State thru Delaware had
. the deriding: vote.
v little UttT word was flashed fiom
oniinc and the W.voming Ib-pre-
natives Immediately sot up a prior
i in to the honor. The Wyoming peo-
r-isheil a telegram to tlio Sei retat v
f si ite notifying him of the aetion of
"e legislature, but olTielal credentials
I ' nri-i-sviry Is-fore Mr. Knox inn
r tl.e returns on the records Iniis-
eii ,is Iilaware is only a few hour-
- i tll.lt State Seems to have a
I I ili- bold on the honor so far a-s the
' hi to. olds will disclose.
i ' e I u iiioi-rats were greatly pleased
1 ' i Mi tlnal ratitli-atlon of the amend
e .ii Tin- leaders In the. House nre al
. .it wotk on a bill providing for
" "nie tax. Representative Hull of
. : -sir a member of Hit' Ways and
" i - i "oi o m u t e. who has fought for
i ii. i- 'a for many years. will be
- -M"t .ii live member of t lie House In
' tiaiiiiii- of tins measure.
i - nut tin intention of the pup
: i-.r- oi' the In nine ta bulHlatloti."
i i Mr Hull to-nlKlit, "to make of the
c-. i .- it ntniital rlnht to enact such a
.inple tiller In for revenue do-
n f the comlm; tariff enact-
! Spuiklnir In round llsures the
tiii- fnmi customs of the I'nlted
.ii- i.miii-d on last year"), basis, was
i i. .t v. 1 1 niiii.ofin. This of course n
bd "iiii.ii'io of Increment from the
inm of the corporation tax, which
' -i I'j-eif an Income ta imposed on
t.i r.it.i.ns rather than on Individuals.
' ii- w law will be framed to embrace
rporntlon tax as one of Its fca-
-'i-f .k-.nc Individually." Mr. Hull
it n iei. "I hope to ."-ee the nextt'on-
- i! lr ne Hh coming extra session
oi -!,.n with Its work of reform-
' l i- t.i laws and plnclnt; this
i- upon a sound, honest and
') n financial basin Incorporate the
' ' ! t ix as a permanent and co-'-'i
i i iiirtboil of I'ederal tnx.itlnn.
pr"i-nt the law hntlld h io
0 1 as 1o ,,'hl at least $ii(l,000.nH0
Tins would embrace the
'10 n iw beinu derived from tho
i ' .n ta and would supply mn'h
biki as may result from th
. vision 'if the tariff. This law
- i I'miaress a better opportunity
tin- tarllf to a revenue basis
' ' i' i -e lower rales or none at nil
- r'n i of common necessity. It
. ureallv equalize existing tat
' - if-iiulrinif eery citizen tn con-
'ie (Sovernment In proportion
i1' 'tty to pay.
- ttie fairest of all laxes and
' 1 ' 't and cheapest of collection.
n will complain of payltu; this
ni-e it will constlttito hW fair
' Iiare of the tax burden, e-
" ' i.i v ilodster.s and the possessors
' ' ' iM-alili who liaxe lieretofore
i .-:l tbe protection and other
I v of tlie ( JovernineiU without
nn of its blirdi'llH. Thfie who
f 'mil their taxes say It Im In-
in it, but no one can truthfully
' "i'i a modernized Income tax Is
I'lu'siturlal than any of our exlst-
i io eminent. Stale nr local tax
M in-owr thb tax will for the first
afford tlm rnitfd States Cjovcrn-
'it a flexible and elastic revenue, sys
' I have known tho National Treas
i i tliietuate $i2ii,ono,uoo within two
With tht.s tax In operation Con
cau within lliref) days and at
line' raise or lower the rate r
" '" meet the varied demands of the
ury, whether confronted by a dell
' it r a surplus.
'"wnen tho law Is en.iuted and be.
i adjusted to the country tho In-
'in win prove highly satisfactory
' ' "-f ul in many ImporlAiit reapecta.
II ' 'I'uik of the lln'otno lax wllh the
lef" I kui "ill mark Hie bcirlnnlnjr
636 Fifth Ave, cor, Slat St.
IdmlMlnn In raril nnl. nn snplliatlnn
of a new era In the llscal affalts of this
country which will most probably prove.
of lone diinition "
While t.h.. details of the Incntiie tax
bill have not been worked out. Itcpfo.
senlatlM. Iltill'rf uwn vIpap on the sub.
Ject are well known, In a speech de
livered wlillc the proposed amendment
was tienillltK in the House he said t'l.it
ho woulil faor a tux on the higher
Itieotnes. only those nboe $3i0rt, with
a differentiation between earned olid
unearned Incomes, prescrlblnu a lower
rale for the former mid whenew-r
in emeil advlablc n reasonable "super
tax" on Income over $!!.'t,uiH.
M". HuH'h plan to tav tine.trtied In
cotiHs would hit the Incomes ftom such
properties as the Astor estate and
Andrew I'atncRln'n holdlnss. Mr. Hull
has estimated that We have In this
country more than T.m.OOO persons with
Incomes of Js.fiOO and upward.
The amendment that was flnjll)
added to. day terminates agitation In
favor of the step that tiM extended oer
half a cenfiry or more. An Income tax
law wa paed bu-k In Ihc Cleveland
administration and I: was at thit time
that the Cnltcd States Supreme ('our!
by a vote of S to 4 held It to be unocn
DELAWARE WINS HONORS.
liPBlslnlifVe Hashes Work In lie lldih
Mute to llnllf.
I"M.i;. li.-l. Kelt .1 tiil.in.-ire im the
hornir of IMllU.tlg Ifte, tle the 111, rile tax
ainendinoi.t to i'm 1-Vdeial Coti'tltut'on
In onlfr to beat out New Mex,. . w'.Ui I.
was to rnt'fy t'ie aniendnient at nomi to
day, and th? New Jirsi-v I ."KM. Hut.- the
Delaware Setinte anil IloU"e this niorn'ni
at exartly ll o'clock un.inluiotis ,r i i- -il
throtiBii a Jain: r-olutlon of rat Me itlun
It was liitrmluoed last week li Srnatu
l?orn)l.-y of Wllinlnston A Won V!r
Slnii ratttled the a'in ndtni lit on f-i".rdiy,
Di-l.iw.iies favorable uctlon made t'ie ie-qui-lti-
th!rt -sixth State
The certltbd rop of til" ''Klsl.itors'
aetloa was inhed In Waslilncton In order
to ist.iblDh D'-laware ? claim
einm:.s-N'. Wn., l-'i-b. 3. Wyomlnr's
Senate susii-uibd Its icls and passed tlie
looliitloti ratlflnc tt.e Inconi'' " tax
aiui-nilni' iit to tin- l-'eil'-tal Constitution Im
mediately aftei rotitenltu; at li o. lock
this mm ultis.
The resolution was Immediately taken
mi r to the House and pased uinb r a sus.
pi nvlon ot rules
The iisolutlon was Introdui ei early
In tin- session by John II K-ndrlik, the
1 ii'iimcrat ttlio was Senator Warren's un
successful oppnn-nt in the WioniltiK
Si tiat-irlal tlsht.
Saw I'k. N. .M . IVb ." In an ffort
to In coin" the thlrly-hlxth State to tatlfy
tin- income tax auiendim.nl and thus nial.i
It oiieratlve tlie House of tlie .Ww MiVm
lalslatuie Ibis afternoon pas.-eo -lie
solution ratifyiiiR the Mteentli Ann ml
ment. The Si nate pasd the resolution
POLICE RUN HOTEL LINCOLN.
t'nnrl llriler Una Iteclnreri It it Pub
Tlie poliie are runninc the Hotel
Lincoln, l'ift -second street and l'toad
way. They took possession last night
under -. coin t order Issued by Chief
Magistrate Mi Adoo setting forth that
It was "a public nuisance." I'hlllp ltlau.
proin-ietor. is on lllackwell's Island or.
conviction of aiding In keeping a ques
Inspector Dwyer waiked Ir.'o tho
hotel w.th De.tecthe Kennedy and .six
uniformed men at U o'clock and an
nounced that the place had '.icon seized
Jtider the court order. Announcement
was made that all the regular g-uests
could remain and be comfortable but
that no transient pairs would be ad
mitted. An orllcer way left on suard
with Instructions to scrutinize all
An employee of V hotel said that
the place, had hi en seized and that the
police were running the place tempo
rarily, as far as he could understand.
The police hatel Inspector refused to
talk about his new Job of censoring
FEDERAL POWER OVER FALLS.
Conirrii Cnmmlteee Ignore t
ork Mate In llepnrl.
Wasiunoton, I'eb. 3 -The Home Com
mittee on I'oirlgn Affairs voter! a favor
able report on the bill providing for
I'ederal control and regulation of the di
vergence of water from the Niagara Hlwr
above the falh
Tim bill as approved by the romniittee
Is against the expressed opinion of (be.
Siilzer and Attoine Ceneral Caimod,
both of whom have urged a bill uiaklm;
eifectiie the treaty of January 11, isnri,
between the I.'nlti d States and f!rat
The bill as framed by the Committee
on Foreign Affairs gives the l-Vrbral f!ov-t-rnmi'iit
complete control over the dier.
slon of watir above the falls, Inn eaves
in the control oi the I'ublle Service Com
mission of the Slate of New York the
ratis, tolls ami oteer regulations for
utilization of the water undi r the Federal
FLAGG'S INDICTMENT STANDS.
J ii K e IIodkIi While III llletnlra
.Memiirnnilnm Asalimt Trninnlrr.
In a menioraridum filed In tho Fed
eral Court yesteiday Judge Hough ri.
nled the motion nirtde by attorneys for
Jaied riagg that the Indictments
against their e.llent be set aside on
the ground that tho true hills failed
to sustain the chargo that Flagg de
frauded Investor through the mails.
Tho memorandum Is the second that
Judge Hough bus dictated since he was
III. The Flaiig memorandum was writ,
ten by the Judge ut his home, to which
lit) was removed several days ago
CAPT. EDMUND TERRY SHOT.
Oner .nled Vneht Hnllor MLelr to
llle of Seir-lnfllcteil Wound.
SATVIM.K, Feb 3, l.'apt. Kdmund Terry.
K.l years old, famous years ago as n sailer
of fast yaehls, shot himself in the head
at the home of hU son, Cap! Charles Floyd
Terry, this morning. It Is not thought
that lie can recover
Cap) Terry spent most of his life at
llayport, but three years nun he came to
live with his son W hether he Inlended to
shoot hlinelt or whether the revolver was
accidentally discharged is not known.
PUSH BEACH CASE
Aiken Official Dcnirx Tlml Ho
I'loilictcrt Trial Woulil Knd
SAS UK HAS KVUiKXUK
Itpfonrp Coiifidrnt. Houimci'
I'liniiciN Flock tt Town for
A'hE.v. S. C, Feb. 3 Nutw itlistaml
lug tlm fact that a etv strong ftehng
pen mien this town that I'tedet iok ( .
Heacll will be aciUlttcd to-morrow lit
his long deferred trial for assault mid
battery with Intent to kill his wife Mrs
Cajnllla llavemeer Ib-.u'li. on the night
of February Jii. l:MJ. Coiintv I'm.-"
ciitof Ciiinter dcclai'i-d to night that be
has n prima fade ease against the N w
orl.cr. supported b lcsmoti sectin-d
Mom witnesses tinting the day.
H" denied the statement attributed to
him .xestcrday that ho did not cpect to
seeur" a conv lotion.
"Nobody csn led what verdict the
Jttrv will arrive at." he said. "I only
know that 1 Intend to push this prn-e.
etitlon Jut e.vactly ar If tho defendant
was John Jones, the pooretrt man In the
State, instead of a wealthy Noa
Mr (lunter asserted emphallcalb
that his dcci.-ion not to put on the
stand to-morrow the detective, M S
llitu'lin, who has been regarded as the
mainstay of the State's case, was with
out significance. As n private deti c
the he might be regarded with preju-
j dice, thi county prosecutor explained.
anil lie na:i uucssi'nu.ii ill csianiisiung
tin- e . ttlence upon which the indictment
against lliach was h.'tidnl down
Hiijghn had only tim-oveie,! the facts,
he said, to which the Mate's other wit
ne.. were all to tc-'ifv
i if these w!t!icpes bv far the most
Important is the unnamed mail who, at
H.mghn's direction. s,..-tti, himself l.c
hind a bookcase in Mavor (.; le's otlice
nd ovfrheard a conversation between
Mr. and Mrs. I'eacli which is .iHcicd to
dlsi riilit the testimony given t,y each at
their preliminary vMiininit:un 'n the
effect upon the Jury of tills w ittiesses't
evidence and Hie b'eioil-t.iln-d pocket
knife belonging to .Mr. lieac'a the out
come of to-morrow '. trial ! conceded
"This will not b. a ttlal in win, b
legal arguments w ,V. be i,f much weight.'
said Mr. tjunter'" law pai-tnei, M.ior
HerlK'it i:. i!le.- win. now ili.-il.i.m-any
hand In i.n uut.al prm ceding
which led to tin ileal ! i':n itm -nt ,n
though It was In who (-mpiov. d liiiiguu
to Investigate lii" attack upon Mrs
lleach. "It is a ta-o of circumstantial
evidence to be pasrd moil bv the Juiv
and I do tin' expei t my , at ttt-1 to make
a speech longer than tuiii'y minutes."
The Mayoi vvi"hfd to have It under
ststood that lie had no inntieition what
evi r with the prosecution. Hi Is to
appear onlv as a witnrs.
J'roseoutor flunter Is to face sitisl"
handed the lare siii.ul of illstltiguls'.iod
counsel which the defendant has re
tained. The friends and .iltorne.vs for
the accused man are confident of the
rejlt They have persistently stated
that t.ie wh ile matter would be laughed
nut of court They have expressed tho
hope t'lat the detective would be put
on !'u stand.
"We are perfe. l!v confident of the
ou: utile, both mv.-elf and Mr. and Mrs
Itcach." said I.aw.ver Tnomas s. Fuller
of New York, "and we me glad t'lat our
day in Court has arrived."
Mr. Fuller said that he preferred not
to discuss tlie tactics which the defence
would pursue or what witnesses they
would rummon According to the Smith
Carolina procedure, the l'roecutlng At
torney ! permitted to ask for a verdict
of nciUlttal before the defence has
been heard through if he so elects, it
Is understood that the defence contem
plates th" possibility of such a step he
Ing taken. They will produce their other
witnesses only In case jrs. F.each's
cross-examination should fall short of
Its expected effect m impressing upon
the Jury that her husband was not the
man who attacked her with n knife
If the necessity arises Mls Marlon
Holhns. the champion woman golfer,
daughter of Harry 11. llolllns of 12 West
Fifty-sixth street. New York, and Kd
ward C. .Smith, ulo of New York, are
here In readiness to support her tet.
mony. Miss Itolllim was a guest at the
Iteach home on the night of the assault
and n-sisted in carrying the wounded
woman Into her home. It was shn who
afterward gave entrance to Mr. lleach
upon his return from an ostensible pur
suit of the assailant. Mr Smith was.
upon tho ground shortly after the oc
currence and Is said to hnvo footprints
and other evidence bearing out Mra.
Heiich's story, ltesldes Mr. Fuller Mr
ltcach will be represented by Daniel S.
Henderson of Aiken. James " s. Myrnes,
Congressman from this district, .1 1.
Salley nnd seveial other local nttornevs.
Scuts In tho old fashioned county court
house court, where Judge J. M. Spain is
to preside, will be at n premium long he
fore 0:30 to-morrow morning, when
court Is to be convened. Not only has
the Interest displayed in the case brought
to town tho farmers of tlie country for
miles around, but a ver large attend
nnce. Is expected from the Northern nnd
Kastern people In winter residence, who
desire to sen whnt they hope will be the
hist scene in the fight . Prosecutor
Ciunte.r declare that the matter will end
with the verdict. Whether Mr, Henoh.
In the event of his securing an acipilttnl.
will be disposed to proceed against hli
accusers his attorneys would not say
to-day. Word was given nut that a com
plete public statement might he expected
at the conclusion of the trial, Defence
mid prosecution nro agreed that a ver
dict of some kind will h arrived at to
inorruw or by noon of tho following
daj, Wednesday, at the latest.
A statement which will bo admitted
to evidence, by agreement Is In the form
of a report from Hoyden MIIIh, u chem
ist of Columbia, S, ',, In tho effect that
the stains, mi .Mr. Heach's Jewel studded
knlfu are human blood.
Another piece of testimony which will
be rend to the Jury In tho shupe of a
deposition wan secured by Mr, Ounter
this afternoon from Mlsa Lallah Wy-
mans, n neignuor or mo lieachs, who la
said to have, heard on the night In uues
tlon screams from tho negress 1'i-nrl
Hamilton, who after a colloquy with
nn unnamed man was struck on tho
head with tho fence picket used In the
attack upon Mrs. liench nnd later hcord
the soreams of Mrs. Hench herself.
The witnesses which It Is known the
prosecution 'will Introduco Include
Mayor Uyles, who wtll tell how Reach's
knlfu hbs becured, cx-Chlcf of FoJIc
A PIANOFORTE developed and refined to the borderland of
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A Player action capable of the most subtle shades of expression
the majesty of full dynamic power, the fascination of the lightest
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These two famous musical instruments are combined in the most
modern of all pianos the
Steinway Pianola Piano
The brilliant splendor of the Steinway tone,
delightful alike to the ear of the musical expert
and novice, the perfection of every constructive
detail of the Pianoforte proper, produce an
instrument selected by artists because of its hand
The PIANOLA, artistically concealed in
pianos of both the Grand and Upright types, makes
possible to everyone thi joy of playing this wonder
ful instrument of playing it with the perfection or
technical and expressive skill.
AD Pianola Pianos may be purchased on moderate monthly payments.
THE AEOLIAN COMPANY
2931-33 West 42nd Street
H. II. Hjward nnd 1. V. Hllley. the
rural policeman who swore out the war
rant for liiaeh's arrest.
Charles Woodbrldge. a v.i.e: em
ployed by Clarence W Dolan ut l'liiia
delphla and husband of Mrs. Ibnch's
maid, is to be put on the stand, as are
several servants from adjoining house
holds Fear I Hamilton, the. negro ma!d
who was attacked a few moment? be
fore Mrs. Iteach encountered her as
sailant, has proved herself of small
value to the prosecution and Is not
likely to be askrd to testify, although
she Is in Aiken.
Mr. and Mrs. lleach have been living
quletlv at Wlllcox's. where they arrived
on Wednesday with Attorney Fuller.
Mr and Mrs. Joseph Harrltnan renchod
here to-dav. Mr. Harrlman has not
been subjxonne.l, but 11 s understood
that he Is ready to take the stand for
tho defence. Other New York friends
of tho Hcachs who ate here Include C.
Oliver Isclln, who offered the thousand
dollar reward for the apprehension of
the man who slarhed Mrs. Hcach's
throat, and Mrs. Iselm, Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Hitchcock. Mr. and Mrs. Millard
Straight and Mi. and Mrs. Fred Van
derbllt. MAY ABOLISH SHIP SCHOOL.
"fmlil(' 1'nsses Hill nllluu tint
I'oniiMiUnr; I 'en I me.
At-tuNT. Feb S. Tli" Assembly fo-diy
passed the McKee bill making it permis
sive. Instead ot compulsory, for the Boaid
of Education of New York city to provide
and maintain a nautical school, mid an
other .McKee bill giving the New- York
city Superintendent of Schools powir of
enforcing the eiimpulsoiy education law
under supervision of the st-ite Iklucation
Another bill passed was that of Assem
blyman McKeown rreiitlns the olllee of
Commissioner of Parks fur the Uoioush of
The hearing before the As-emblv Mili
tary Affairs Oomnilttre of the propo'lllon
to create an aviation corps In the National
Guard, which was scheduled for to-nim-urn,
has been put over until Thtirsdaj.
NEW JERSEY NOTES.
Peter Freler. a prisoner in the county
Jail at New llrunsw ick yesterday scaled
the Jail wall and got away. The fugi
tive went to the home of County Judge
Peter F. Daly, where Im was recog
nised by the court Janitor, who had
him taken back to the Jail. Freler Is
regarded as eccentric.
John H lleusser, ,'l .vears old. tiro,
prletor of a grocery store In Palersou,
decided to die utul made sure his plana
would not fall. Taking a gas tube in
his mouth he fastened It with strings
about his neck, lay down on a couch
under the gas jet and turned on tho
gas, He wan n great sufferer from
The Newark police are looking for
Cyril Van Vorst, Is years old. of t11'4
Ogden street, Newark, who disappeared
yesterday with JS00 belonging to the
(ireat Atlantic and Pacific Tea Com.
pany. The boy was sent to tho Mann,
fit'turers National flunk lo depot. II the.
j to artist or musical btginnet '.
The only other genuine Pianola Player-pianos are the famous WEBER, the
the WHEELOCK. the STUYVESANT and the STROUD. From S550
FOX GIVES NAMES
OF POLICE GRAFTERS
''oii'iiim-d 'com F.rs 1'nyc
Criminal Courts Hulldlng and befor
court opened .Mr Orant suggested to
the District Attorney that he would like
nn adjournment of n day. The prose,
cutor and Mr. Crant consulted with
Justice (ioff and the Justice expressed
the opinion that the Jury ought to be
obtained first of all, after which, by
the consent of the District Attorney,
it was agreed that an adjournment be
taken until 'J o'clock yesterd,iy after
noon. .Inry Hnon stlprtrd,
Tne selection of the Jury was a mat
ter of only three-(purlers of an hour.
Fox and his lavvjer then went to Mr.
Whitman's ofllce for a conference,
which lasted nearly two hour.
Ilefore entering the District Attor
ney's private otlice, as Mr. (Irani ex
plained later In tlm day, his client de
manded that he tell him frankly "as
man to man" what his chances wore.
Mr. flrnnt In reply told Fox what h"
knew of the evidence the State had
obt.iliir.-d and what he had been able to
secure against It. "There was nothing
else 1 could do to help him," Mr. (irant
.-aid, "and I put the matter before him
so that he could dnoldo for himself.
And he decided to plead guilty."
Tin-re was only one further hltih In
the proceedings. Fox wanted to post
pone Hie plea until after he had gone
before the (iraiid Jury, bill this Mr.
Whitman refused In allow him lo die
Tli,e policeman surrendered even on this
point and told his story without any
promise of any kind from the Slate
(mil Well Ornnnlf eil.
A point touched upon by Fox eater
day and which he has promised to tell
much more about Is the organization
by which collecting Is done in the sec
lion with which Fox Is familiar.
There Is one group collecting excise
giaft, Im says, another collecting gnmh
IIuk jfrsft, and a third one collecting
grafl from questionable resorts. He
says he was onlj one of scveinl In the
last named group and that tic can give
the names of some of the others, If not
all of them, The $e00 monthly which
ho mentions war only the sum which
he gathered personally, lie understood,
he said, that half of what he gave to
tho captain whom he nrcuses was
turned over by that ottlcer to a higher
official, who besides this Income had
a collecting; system of his own,
A question which Is now engaging
the attention of the District Attorney Is
tho determination of how far up this
system of keeping part of tho :;rafl and
passln some of It extended. Fox's
statement yesterday gnvn this Imptvs.
slon that the top runs of the ladder
would be somebody whore Itilltt-nci; Is
greater than that of an Inspector o(
To those who wish in their homes a musical
instrument of unquestionable quality; one that need
never be defended to the musically learned one
that may be enjoyed impartially by every member
of the family the Steinway PIANOLA Piano
makes an irresistible appeal.
The Steinway PIANOLA piano is furnished
both in Grand and Upright Models, ranging in
price from SI250. upward.
Liberal allowance will be tnadcon
police In this testimony of th uiv .-
,slon of the graft money some of i-io.se
who are assisting Mr Whitman ll-oughl
.they . saw a possible explanation of why,
.a January, when Dorian avs he
, b.-gtn palng Fox personal'.!,, the as
sisMiient for the old IS.nt.lc now the
Avonel. had deciiascd from $UHI to i'M.
It Is suggested that those to whom the
! additional $."i0 Is alleged b.v Fox to have
' been passed drew olf from xthis par
ticular source of graft through distrust
of the persons who had bo.iglu the
hotel from Slpp.
The arraignment of Fo,x in the after-
.noon was a matter of a few minutes
Lawyer (Jiatit opened the proceedings
'by asking for Ills client the permission
i of the court to change his plea of not
ftullty to one of gudtv, "owiipj to cer
i lam matters Mini have arisen eince
I adjournment." The permission was
'rallied and the plea changed. District
j Attorney Whitman, who had apprised
.Justice Huff of the new turn in affairs.
asked that the existing cash ball of
' J.'i.Ooo under which Fox was he, I be
j continued until such tune as the Dis
trict Attorney should move for trial.
(Tins loo was granted
The MnoerlM I nilonbteil.
The District Attorney ban no fears
leiicioi tun n Till- li-oit ..v.im
fhollirli ho I.M nllmiml in i-tirveilti .mi .111
(bail. The policeman has eonvliiei d the
District Attorney of his sliuerlty and
of his willingness to see the Ihliu
through Furthermore he has prom
ised to get ultnessi") to back up bis
own stor .
In giving his pedigree voterday Fox
Mild thai he was "7 .vears old. was born
In New York uf Irish parents and vva-i
married He has one daughter The
family lives ut l''i.'7 Morris nveiiue. The
. The spectators in co'iiit when Fox was
I brought tip for trial .vesteiilay afternoon
Included N Inspector Dennis Svveenev.
j ptescnt commander of the district which
j Includes the I ji.m p.'Kth street station,
land Kdwuiil .1 Newell. Sipp's foriui.-i
The District Atloriie.v now has (ive
, witnesses Including Fox, who tell stoi ies
, which incuse the same police l II ll i 1 1 1 1
Three of thesn are Fox. lleorge A. Slpp
I and Thomas J. Dorian. The other two
! were tond through the elfortH ol Slpp.
i Dorian now has given the name of a
sixth and Fox has promised to gel
.nioie. on" of Uie two named b Sipp
is n woman.
i To Face (irnud .1 n r Moults,.
, Tho names of these witnesses ate belli,;
j withheld for the present. All are. ex
1 peeled In appear before the tlrand .Itirj
I on Monday. After Hie Grand Jury has
finished with litem there h h strong
I lll'illi.-ilillllv thill thnl liodv will ,i, null,., I
in look iiuuiti into the matter of the
brllsi fund which, ncconlliig to Slpp,
was raised to Keep him out of town Ii
Is believed that with Fox and bis
I brothel- on lllo side of the District l
lomey II will mi possible to trace tho
money which Slpp iii.vh wan paid lo
1 1, in,
John J. lirudy, one ut the witnesses
other instruments taken in exchange
Bet. FIFTH AND SIXTH AVES.
.against 1 ki found In Mr Whitman in
jibe pasi tew diivs. was ii-inlv yesterday
to tcstlfv that o. i one ori.ision he had
ailed as n go-betvv een to pav to Fox
Sip, is liioiulil.v itiiitlibiition
' As soon as Mr. Whitman returned in
bis otlice from the couit room yesteiday
afternoon he had n talk with Dorian,
i who gave a full account of how he was
. ki pt out of town and produced letters
vvlili h he said had been wiltleli to him
by a man lepresentlng Interests con
. ueotetl with the Avollel Hotel.
Slpp Joined Dorian. In the District At
orne.v's otlice later in Ihc afternoon
Until men aie being guarded by process
servers fiom the District Attornev s
INSPECTOR LAHEY ON STAND.
Poller OIHclnl ,, Trmlei-lnln Is
lllil of ttucntloiuililr tlrnrl.
l'isu ii-i- Wllh, mi .1 l.ahiv. who li,s
b-i-n in coniiiiiiiid of the Teinleilolii ills,
nl- i "Inc.- .May L"i I'.Ml. was the principal
w Itin ss i In-fine Hie Cumin Aldei iiianlc
i olllllillfci i si itl.iv
Tin- In-qiei lor was laiitlous about ex- 1
pi"ss'i.g bis views a ll' I iiinnellei1 a good
deal with his inti i tog.itoi- us to the term
of iiietlons lb s.i il he doubted whether
anv ii. th i iinilil ti l.e fiom the uniformed
foiie Hie essmsii:ii of enforcing all
llle ,i w Inspictiii l.aliev said that h!"
unit is f i oi n 'niotlrsioiii I- Waldo -,v ere the
ii'vii.h- of wh.it foi mer liispettor Hayes
ilesc I'lbi'd his lo be the olhei day resid
ing ii. slloiiable lesorts I.ahey said he
was or-leieil to close thrill all up and that
romiiilssionri' Waldo "lalii d him over the
on.ils" for not having all gambling houses
l.i'.e In peclo. II. ut s I .aliey made a
lepoii on giimbliiig ro millions In his ills.
I.I. t en Anvil-1 7 lust In otrler of the
rtiiuinii-Moiiei- lie i i (oil that the ills
liiet was i lean in this iispeet. He said
vesl-td.iy that In still b-llt-ves it tn bo
. I . 1 1 1 1 I v ili an -ii f.n as teal gambltng
limisi i ai e concerned
Th' i'i lid' limit Is ,ilso clean of ques-1'-i.
il. t '-ijs. th- Inspector said. Mr
Kubln, who conducted the examination.
Mini iii.il litis. I'onipl, ilnts against tesmts
in Hit lilsliiit had been teielved tn th
pa-1 two on nibs During tlm Inspector's
' -1 1 1 1 : 1 1 1. 1 lit the piecliii-t there have lieea
thlit.v-one overhead raid of various kind"
Askut w ii.it the Commissioner said tn him
when Paul Kelb's, Honest John Kelly's
and I'lei inan's vveie raided over his head
hh gambling establishments, the Inspector
ii'lillid. "I don't loiui'inbci what he said,
hut 11 was pietiy hot "
Inspector Daliey s.ild his men had ar
resled over t.i'eii women on tlie street and
obt until 'hi pei cent of conviction
amitiist t'netii. Ills men had obtained four
teen i onv letioiis out ot llfly gambling ar-
lesls, lull nolle of these was III a KamblltiK
house lie didn't know why the pnllrw
iiieii couldn't ret convictions as.ilnit a
The i-miiiiiliti - ailjiiiinird until 2 o'clock
W -dlifsdav afteinnoii. Fitlier lnspeelor '
sw-ei itev of llaib-iii in Inspector fTikln(
of li,n.il.i ii will be called
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