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GOV. WHITMAN MAY BE A "STAR"
WITNESS IN T. R. CASE
Syracuse, H.Y., Aprjl 30. Chas. F.
Murphy, Tammany 'boss."" and Ex-
Gqv, William Sulzer, generally ex-
pected to testify in Barnes-Roosevelt
libel trial, will notbe called. Gov.
Whitman, howeverT may -take their
place as a "star" witness.
This was stated today by counsel
for the combatants.
Barnes' lawyers were awaiting a J
reply from Whitman to a telegram
asking him to appear and identify the
letter from him to Charles H. Duell,
Jr., introduced yesterday, proposing
a Bull-Moose Republican alliance to
beat the Democratic and Republican:
machines. It was expected that Whit
man would consent to appear next
More disclosures of devious routes
and dark passages of Albany legisla
tion were given today. This after
noon court will adjourn until Mon
day. The defence today planned to
call Senators -Davenport, Newcomb
and Hinman and other witnesses to
tell of Albany affairs. This afternoon
it was planned to begin probing the
alleged .'.'printing graft" at Albany,
with testimony from officers of the
J. B. Lyon Co.
SHELTER PLAN FOR WOMEN
The bill for the committment of
Women was returned by the house
judiciary committee with a favorable
Kate Adams is the author of the
bill, which will allow judges to com
mit to hospitals or shelter homes
women who are suffering from alco
holism, drug habits or other physical
or mental afflictions. At present they
can only fine women who come be
New York. Pending his next legal
fight, Harry Thaw will be permitted
to spend as much time as he wishes
in sheriff's office in criminal court
"Th mind reader atth- BeeJeyporti
opera house., had an act that fasteav?
only five minutes. He explains, how-
ever, that this was th' first place he
could git through so quick."
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SOUTHERN WOMAN HAS HIGH I
OFFICE IN D. A. R. f
CHARMS 1 i-" - jy
.WHS. JOSEPH E.RAKSOEIJL
Mrs. Joseph E. Ransdell, wife of"
U. S. Senator Ransdell of Louisiana
who has been elected treasurer genj
eral of the Daughters of the Amer-, "
ican Revolution. " .
Fair Friday and probably Saturday!
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