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But Not Dull ?ta 0 iSribtm* f.- ,ryright 11*11**. by Tho Tribun* Aaaorlatlon !_ PROGRESSIVE Bet Not Ra_kaJ Y?' LXXIL.N* 24,010. T^>. .bowera. To ?omb w^r0" r,ou,1>- NEW-YORK. SUNDAY* Al (;tST 11. PHi-FIVK vvnTS-STXTY PAGES. ? * PRJCE FIVE CENTa *?! DOWNTOEUROPE!" Paris Press Ccnstrues Panama Canal Bill asaChallenge and Thinks Nation Will Back British Protest. i TAFT TO SIGN MEASURE p ident, Though Dissenting -ome of Its Provisions, Expocts to Approvc It? Sbippers Object to Reg istry Amendment. \ :c lu. tlauntlel Thrown Dowi :.? Europe.American Monop n mi,4 Canal!" those are - iti the Parla even the \<>t* ?>f thr I'nlted ? nate "ii Ui*- i Hnal blll. The newgpapera antlclpate ihat ? Ul back up ih, Britlah pro* v the Forelgn < ?t*n?*?*. however, Id lo da) thal no ?!>- Mofl h;id ""Yaahington. Aug. 10. -Preoldenl Taft ll,-is to-da * thal h*" ex algi ' ? Panama i 'ai:al blll - ? aterday, catry ? j- provlalona agalnal th- us**- ol tha by rallroad owned ahlpa and ..n;,' fr<*e tniis t?. American vessels. ? denl la aaid to have declared ie "t tho provlalona ,?f ihe gure * 1 i*"! nol meel 44 ith his viewa bul thal he expectod to ap pn Rallroad itinl legal experts in Con m aaid to-day thal the Sonat*- had orlaed a highly Important exten alon >.f tho power <>f iho Interatate .. r,-<- Commiaalon In adopting the Bi urne amendmenl to the Panama Canal blll The provlalon would authorlae the :is>i.>n to dlvorci compating rall 1 I nnd iteamahlp lines whenever wera found t<-> operate 10 the detrl ment of tho publle, and would extend eri j ? ? 4- ... on ..v. r water routea. control haa long been dealred by Interatate Commercg Commiaalon, run tbe water Itnaa have never con rtghl ol tha i-ommihhi.'ii t.. ervtar their buainaag or their rela* wtth iii> rallroada No ClaaH Bet*Aeen Houoeo. Kittle difllcurty is anttclpated in ree onoiiinK the dlfferem aa between the Benate and Houae <.n the >~-ii 1 A mn fer_nce wlll be r****qurred inainiy tn amooth out the llterary atructure <.f the bill an?l for dlecuaalon nf tho Benate emendment tl-rowln- open th**- -anal to American ahlpa engaged ln forelgn trade. 'tht Houae blll favored free tolla for American ahlpa engaged aolely ln coaistwi***' trade, bul wlthheld tha iri\*i!o*?o from thoae <ngag?-d in forelgn < ommiivp, 00 th** urnund that BU< h di? riminatlon would I.*- unfair to Ihe ohlpB of other nationa. Tho Mouaa in reques-tin**' a Conferen< a to-da-.. namad as Its tnanagers Rapaa ?Mtatrvaa Adamson, .Slms and Btevena, of Mlnne*T*O0?1 Tho Senate named Ban Brandegee, Brlatow and Sim rvin* Apparently thr* Panama meawuro wlll n-n be finally onacte-d wjthout further fight against tiie amendnu-nt parmlttlng American regiatry of foreign built abipa owned by Anrterlcana. Teiegram** of pro **-r-t were racelvad lat** to-day from the N'ewport Newa Chamber of Commerce and other oivlc bodlea in Hhipbuildlng oentres. Tho amendment put Into the bill bv tho Senate opena the way to American owners of foreign built shlps 10 enjoy the pnvlleges of Ameri-an r??*"fstr\. piovide.d they kecp thelr ahlpa > .ri.ni.rrl ?>n *_?lh P?ge. ae. ond rolunin. This Morning's News LOCAL. Fnge ,**em' S-hr-ppn Arrested. 1 Jack Sullivan to Braaaa H'ng. 1 Prtaonara Rallad on Protection. 3 liW'.O.'Q (Jraft Cncoverod. 3 .j .;*-!*? \aluable I'ata. 2) Hr-(.k*>r Ht Turning Point. 2\ War Qama i>u in Connectlcut.. .1 and 3 ? t?il New Vork Pood. 1 Wllla Ui.? Son a Vaoatlon . ?" Woaiea to V'ota it I u. **? Prtraary.. 6 New Rallroad Opena to Whlte Plalns. 7 Report on Mai heetei i:siate. * vjuiz W.nu-n Concernlng Mann Death 16 Hlgh .MnkM" Deflned by Judge.16 Flva Mea Kacape froni Nearark Jail.,16 '?E.VEBAL. Preai h lloatlli to ?'anal nili . 1 ? Beada Mlaalon to .lapan. 7 I'hil-delplua 'iraft Ptghter llounded. 7 Oermana Behlnd Ne44 aVirelaaa Plant. 9 PO-ITICAI*. ir '?'-lj ? Iti Pn ... ii t<- wilson. ? ?^?"ilo ? Men l-U-aign. 6 Koo*-.- ali ,, _,s <op>liig 1-Jr>an... 6 br-.-m \\,,nt T..-11I l**oose\clt. 6 roREiair. ora ot* ( 'hanga la Aactultl1 CaWnel 4 ' rea and Ooodwood Rulned by Stoims 4 Anglo-A>n<-ii. an l-**tes . 4 ?pj Rgaaon In r?iropg. * l*r?ni ii Hentea . * Paris. Oldeal Uoub*--. * bb l rench l"l?*-t. * Ihquakea K111 Man). * itrea Attacked . . * **',)*r Appeala to PoDC. 8 Atu,, kH i'tii,.,. Henr). ?* Kausura Altera Plan. ? MI8CBLZ.AV_0-'S Ultorlal . 8 l*ori, |, . 8 . a ?farta .10, 11, 13 and 13 Jfctthei .14 1_rk'.14 ***.tripiilK st%a .14 r,it-n.|. I fatt 4, I'ag*" 6 and 7 RED AND BLUE AIIES ALL My FOR DAM Twenty Thousand Regulars anri Guardsmen Pitch Tents in Connecticut. BIG FIGHTING WEDNESDAY Defenders Capture Important Bridge in the First Dav's Manoeuvrcs?New York Is Thieatened. B ? '? t agph lo 1 h? Tr.l'un' . Men Haven. Au?r 10 -Four hundred an.i fifty aotiare miles of Connecticul i eoll iT'-atoo lo-niKht at Q oVltX k nt. j armwi camp il.at. before ten daya are ; over, expecta lo make all pr. Waterlooa an.1 Oettyabursja nf aham ! battle blatory l""k iike Indian akir- j mtahee. With the pltchini ol thi lenta tcnifht of twenty thouaand rearular and miiiiia troopa, Oeneral Taaker H. Bllaa, chief umpire of the maneruvre | ca~ipala~. will hav.- und'-r hia handa ?? e-igunti.- cheaalward, upon ?*hlch iri Red and Biue men r.f varioua valw Frr.m his headquartera ten! al Blidffeport, Trom 7 ... m untll ?'? P rn for a few daya, he will movi th.?? m<-t. lajjalnal each other. Then, when hc haa the Bluea an.i iie.i.H in Intricate po \ altlona, where a fals. move r.i 1 army aill mean d aaatei to a i he* ; 0f th.- other side. he aill Hfl hl* hand 'and let his two aubordlnate command crs work out the same Then will come three daya of "hoatUltiea" ir. which pi-obai.lv half a mUllon rounda of blank ammunitlon will be uaed in the R.-nerai achemi war haa s_p poaedly b4jen waeinj for aome nmp. lt la a Red army of forelarnera thal bo < been pressing on t>> captun Sea Tork The AmencanH have been forced back und loat N'ew Haven um) Watecburj on a line running n..nh and aouth, and while a rear guard <>f two rafimenta of mfantry are flfhUni the people are nibhlng B provisional divieton to th.-ir usnistance. The advanee <>i Ihe Reda ka thal of a dlvlalor, but ihe Inaln army, two hundred thouaand strong In theory, ia comlni up ln aupport The provl-j sinnai reglment of the Bluea, how? ever. miiat flajtit. and Bi*! hard, ip Weatert. Conn.clhut to flve the fOV ernmet.t llme to nish ita regulara to the ai-1 >f Nea York The provialonal defence la n..t onl) t<> check tiu- dlroct advanee by the Sound ehore roada to i N'ew York. but to pr.-\'ni a widi flank ing rnovemenl toward the MsuBiu-chu botts line. whlcb. If aucceaaful, would aweep down the valley ol the Hudeon and overrun tne great waterabed of tbe i-ity. The problem t" be wxarked ou! ln tne next weea la wbertber the foroea of Un Bluea can be nianeauvrad a.s t<> Ht".? Um advanee r.f th.- Rada before the New Vork state llne i? reached, Chanca for Brilliant Stratagy Never before Blnce theae war games ; have been played Jolntly I.y the reaTU'ar .rmy and the National fJuard baa a region been aelected ln whtetl both a defenehe and a.. offenalve Ampatgn eaa be wr.rked oul with such brUIUnl diaplaya pf mlliurj atratetr Wlthin thia r.giot. Ihe entlre bodj of iwentj thouaand men can be ahnoei eniireiyj loat, and yel II arlll Invade lha prop? erty riKht* and ireapaaa .... iMjeneateaiela Oflly tr, a trlMir.K d.-gr.-. The four cracu raatfriienta from New York City, ihe "lh. 71 -t. rJBth and 12th infuntn. ...mposing the Ial Krigad.-. .inder enmmand ot Oeneral Oeorge R. Dyer, t..<.k m> th.-ir poaitlon to-night aa b p-.rt of the Invadinf Red araay ai Tyler CKy, near llaw Haven. Bi ,;,.,>, of .he effl.irnt and BpK ndid l ontliiued on third ?.*ee. aeron.1 roluinn. mi.ii , v\ i i*4 ' ?' THK rni Rf-JlIMI NT HOW OWE MAIN LEftRNED UF COCOS ISLE GOLD Told by friend, Who Got it from Uncle, Vrho Wai Told by Widow of Capt'iln. \ v, |n ? rawnj mldil man of thlrt4 .*ii mounted the gangwaj of the I'nlU-d Priill oteamahlp t- . hlp .... ! there iretch of n loni queal ?1 ? fortune of *o><**?<m?> 11. 4...1 ..,-,. 1. Smoddcn ??f Calgary. Albeita, Canada, und ' ? ?? ;"'""' ' ? hnme on the nraj . lo rentraI Arnerk -*? His ultlmate deattnati >n ia a little, ob wure laland ln tl ? Pai Iflc kno Ci,,-,,s i-i.ind. four hundred and flfty ,. , .. ? eat eoaal ;-- Rlca. If Mt Sm-nldi n i" ta thi 1 ? ? uiu I.,- ;< luckj niiiii. ? thara 44 h,. are in aearch of iho aatni K"id are now <.n the laland Thi n li an expedl tlon beaded by an Bngllah w*7*man and ,,,.,. ied b 1 Pri ri h woman, and yel an other under ihe dlre< tlon of ?* rn in frbrn Vancouver Mr. Bmoddi n bi lii vi thal h<- la the i>tii4 ..n>- who haa the rlghl plang, and hia bopei rtin hlgh )\,. , ame bj hlg mapg and plang in ;, roundabou! waj He n.-t thi aecral from a man w 0 goi 1 from hia uncle, *-ho k..i 11 fr"in .'?** -l?ier, whn u:i " ? widow of an old aeadog, one Captain Trevan, -*'1" **'*-? the 1 ittodlan ,?f tli** ?ecrel mnis and who on his deatbbed Imparted th ? *?? .-r.-t^ "... i.is wlfe HAROLD VANDERBILT BALKS But Miss Sears Sv/ims in Cold Sea Amid Jellyflsh. __. \,.. | .11.1 ti. r ? ? Trlbun, Boaton. Aua. 10 Miss Eleonora Beara wenl awlmmlng to-daj ,.t Weat lioaeh. Bovarly Parma, ..fter Harold VanderMII refuaed to join her. Cold ,,, .? ,.t thi water and the number of (t-liyiisli were his excueee, bul ih,- in. i denl rouaed much comnrienl. Mlaa s.-iiis. n jlrl frlend and Mi ITanderblh went to the beach from the Beara home ln one ol the s.-;.r.*< famlly automobllaa. ? i-'.,r the laal tlma. *4re you rotnina in bathtng?" aaked Miss Beara >.f Mr. Vanderbilt. No; thi water Ik too cold ' replted Mr \'and< rl.ilt Th'-ii you >.in 44;,ii fnr ua." replled the athietic Boaton plri, an-i dtaau poared Into Uie bathhouae. Mr. Vandi rl.ili perchod h:m.s<- f .-11 ttae porch raii and vvnitod A str.'-n*; l.reeze fr-.m th** *-<*,-i had driven Into ?n/oal Baach a mlllton Jellyflgh. Mlag Sears rami oui ready for her bath, Bhe wi.r,- a faded Wue bathlng aull ami black cotton atocklAga. Her light. Iluff) h;iir waa not covarad bj .1 cap Sa>, remoaatrated Mr Vanderhilt. "that ocean is allve with faUyflih. y,,n i-an't *-*.. ln there." ?1 adon* Jellyfl-h," declared Mlss S. ,ir- ''Watch me g,, ln." sin- plcked ..nt a sp..i where iho wblta -itraaka wera mi>.?t m.tii > able and plunged. Th? n**xt ihing tho Jellyflah Knew thay Were l.'ing loased about by the fearleaa bathar. , a DEWEY'S PURE GRAPE JUICE I'.irifio- tiw r.i<>"d A dellcloug bevarage. .44.4- .Si loaaCo I-MTaltoe W ,rf.x. .V.|4( ILONKL. APPMCTON, <.K THE TTII BRIOADIER OENBRAI. DYKR. REI ;IM l.'NT i\>mman<llnc th<- 1st Brtgade. "SAM" SCHEPPS TAKEN AT HOT SPRINGS, ARK. Fugirive Alleged To Have Been Paymaster of RosenthaTs Murderers, Arrested bv Agency Detective. M.t Srrtnir Ktk ?U| l'?- "tUnV* I p?, waat. N a Terh la Hh .. entha irreeted here I ? nlght ib- i- guarded hj an offlcer who i| ? ported, ia holdlng him pendlng tf 1 ?? arrlval "f a.lvi. ea from New Tork, The an*eal waa made through a de teftlve agenry. Scheppa waa III and wlthoui funda when arreated He admltted his iden , tity. He will be laki n ha< k to New Y".k wlthoui eatradltlon papera, i>. ha\ Ini walvi 'i thal rlghl and ii is ln titriHte.l h<- eapraaaed a dealre t" con ln full if a aafe ??--? ">t io Nea york wen promiaed hlm. St bi ppa had been here bi vt rai daj i .itiii had been known aa Bamuel Frank Ua Anothei allaa la aald lo be l<u tro.i Red." San. Bcheppa ;s alleged t" have 1 i,...-ii th. one who dletrihuted -i $2,0>"a? T EAT F Engineer Goes to Europe to Avoid Adulterations. He Says. Dlaguated, and all hul a phyalcal wreck, ha aald, hecauae of ihe impure i.i thal haa been aerved to hlm all over the Unlted Btatea Pierre Hum bert, .ir a New forker by btrth and an engineer bv profeaaten. lefl here yee terdaj for Europe on the i.apiand. .r th.- Red Btar Llne wlth hla wlfe an l four year-old daughter, byle. He m tend_ to vt.iv awaj untll hia phyatctan, Hav h.- maj aataly return for a tlme to| the 'adulterated - c*dKkma" that ob taln here. ?The food is so bad in New York. aald Mr. Hnmb.-rt. that ro man can nfety .at it for a hmg Unae, it, Call foit.la .-n.- tln.lH '1."|v ,""d ,hat '* rn ,? eai and ll la bo there beoauae they do n-.t Btore 11 to, an mdetinit perlod before deallng '< ""< to tha ton aumer. It. Kngland it la nnt permitted bv law t.. atore the food for an Indeflnlte tlme, or until ll commanda high piicea. for thr- ben.'llt of M>"'> fusts. then fore tbe f?o<l .s gOOd -""I vAhol.-Honi.v Thr Btovage f.??i 1" New Torh and other groal Am.ri.an centrae la wpld iy mnking ua a natton of djrapepttca, and all the P"r,> f.' btwi tln<1 "'""' food experta thal the gorernmenl ma put into plav will never have any ef? fect iiinii B4j*tie, of the lawa are en foroed an.i a fow <>f th.- truat leadera Jailed. "I 4aii a**' g?"d food la Caltfernia, bnt I am a New York-r and I don't wnnt t<> apfnd my life ln Callfornla alniplV be.aiiae Ihat Ih the only PBBCO 1 ran get an.vthing fll to eat. T waiit to llve in NeW York. but I can't Hv. here untll the law maker? and law en forcera aci with laoneaty and ooauno_i eense.'' 'aiibecrlption fud among K"-*. ?nthnl'.i murdaraca, A lawyar who IHC?tly gayf Ihe I>is tn. I Attornev B<_*no osBurancc tha, ? '8am" s< heppa could be brought in if lenlenc. w.*re aaaured aald last night tii.f he v4jk not g-Tprl-ed th.it Beheppa had baaa arrest,d and was comlng back t<> tell all he kn**v4 to the Dlatrlct Attorney. ?| knew that Beheppa whf auppoaad ti. l.o oui Weat, in the vlclnlty -if Hot Bprlnga," gald th* lawyer. "and I am nol aurprlaed th.u they found blm in that aectlon, We had made aome oyer turea t.. the Dlatrti I Attorney that s. hei p- mlght be found and brought in -,r he would I-.- treated lenlently, llka aome ??! thi .-thers 'Whlle I dldn't know Juat 4vher-* Bcheppa waa, i l"*?.leved that membera ,.r his famll) did, and thal thay could K,.\ 44..nl i.. him .-f th.' Dlatrlcl Attor ney'i dlapoaltlon t...4ar<l him it he de dded thal he n.-rd-d Beheppa bad ! , nough to .iff**r him t*-rnis." Assistant Dlatrlcl Attornej Bmlth aald yeaterday that word had reached ih.- Dlatrlcl Attorney that Beheppa v\as ' 44illiiii< t.. five himselt' up STRANGER STABS WOMAN Visitor Leaves Her Dying at Own Doorway Doll) Burke who llvea at Mo .".ll __et 34th atraet, wag atabbed thr,,* tlmea earlj this mornlng b; an Itallan who forced his way into her llat. The 44..man 44,1s removed to Bellevue Hoa pit.ii. where tha do-otora said that her denth was merely a matter <>f a few houre. The Coroner was called to 'tako her :mi" mortem gtatement. Aboul tvv.i o'clock, tho woman ?n? : arouaed 1.4 a ring of thi- belL Bhe *;ol up and puahed tho button thal opened the veatibule ilm.r, and walted ;it her >.v4ti door <>n the aecond floor untll th'- man , ame up Wlthoui h word Un- llaltor jabbed a knlfe Intu [har right alde. As sh<- fall h*' aUb-bed I her in the back. a pollceman who was near th, house h**anl the wmnan grroam and ; ran up the steps In time to net- a man, who had dona the gtabblng Uae through 1 ihe back j.inl .ccordlng to another woman who liv,*d wlth Doll) Hurke. th,' inlruder was an Itallan of medlum helght Both of th>- woman told the p?>ii>-o thal they had never aeen th*. man before. The woundad woman is thlrty-elghl yeara old and alngle. QUIT.S THE CONT-JECTICUT Rear AdmiraJ Osterhaus Shifts His Flag to the Utah To-day. NVwpori. it 1. Aag. la.?Rear* Admlral Hug<> < iBt*TliatiB. oimtnandei of the At lanli." fleet, 441II aliift ln* flag to-morrow from tba R?gahip Caaaactlcul la ih,* bat tleshli, I'tah. anrl the C??TMC?CUl wlll procead t>. lha Nf-v, rorh Navy Tard to h.44,* a brakaa eranb ahafl repalrad The fleei wlll xall for llampton Itoada fm tarK*'t practice and man.riiv rea on Tte Boiith'-rn drill -pounda on August 11. FORTYCENT TURKEY PREDICTED Klgtfi. 111. Auf I" Turkey ralHfinln iiiis vlelnlt) aay <iamp weather has killed many yoi.-hg fOWl They predl* I turfceya 44111 ba 4o centa a pound at Taaaaagl*/ing tmie. SULLIVAN READY TO TELL OF RING Becker's Tipster Friend Understood to Intend Disclosure of Extortionate Methods That Enriched Police. GIVES NEW MURDER DETAILa Declares He 5aw Accused Lieutenant Near Hotel Not Long After Shooting?$250,000 Graft Un covered in Banks?Citzens' Mass Meeting Promises To Be Big Success. "Sam" Schepps. wanted in the Rosenthal case, was arrested laat I night at Hot Springs, Ark., by an agency detectivc. "Jack" Sullivan, the close friend of Lieutenant Charles Becker. changed his attitude in the Rosenthal case yesterday. He is now ready to tell District Attorney Whitman all he knows. Surrounded by "Bald Jack" Rose. "Bridgie" Weber and Harrv Valinsky. or Vallon. who have been his companions in the West Side court prison for the last few days. he is said to have yielded to their overtures to join their side of the case and make a clean breast of everything. Sullivan made a partial "confession" to James E. Smith, As sistant District Attorney. who had a two-hour talk with him in thf West Side jail yesterday afternoon. He told enough to Mr. Whit man's representative to fulfil the expectations of the authorities that he will make a valuable witness, particularly in regard to the police graft disclosures. Rose's statement that Becker was seen talking with him and Weber not long after the shooting of Rosenthal was eorroborated by Sullivan. who said he found Becker in conference with the two gamblers in front of Weber's place, near 42d street and Sixth ave? nue. not long after Rosenthal was shot. The three men waved him away as he started to come up to them. he said. and he stood apart, so that he did not hear what they were saying. MORE REVELATIONS TO COME. Maintaining that he knew nothing of the plans of the murderers, Sullivan declared he could tell a great deal about his dual friendli ness with Becker and the gamblers. It is expected, however, that hf* will be much more explicit when he talks with District Attorney Whitman, after the latter's return to the city on Monday. Sullivan is said to have hesitated to go very far in his story until he had the assurance of Mr. Whitman that he would be taken care of like the rest of the state's witnesses. He was solicitous. also, lest hi_. friends consider him a "squealer." Information reached the District Attomey's office yesterday that Sullivan had been a collector for gambling houses and certain other resorts. The informant intimated that the "king of the newsboys" was employed in a minor capacity by Becker. The story of how "Jack" Rose came to confess, and the fact that he has been offered absolute immunity by the District Attorney, were learned by The Tribune yesterday. Rose technically waived immunity when he went before the grand jury, and the District Attorney granted a stipulation on the waiver that Rose would not be prosecuted if his testimony should materially contribute toward indictments, and it was not shown that he, Rose. actually fired a bullet into Rosenthal's body. The stipulation -was approved by Judge Mulqueen, of General Sessions, as the presiding judge over the grand jury. Rose's "confession" was wrung from him in the Tombs after several days of strong moral suasion brought to bear on him by his counsel, James M. Sullivan. Rose. like Weber and Valinsky, went into the Tombs confident that he could "beat" the case with the: protection offered him by the police. Mr. Sullivan finally convincei his client that it would be to his (Rose's) own best interest to tell what he knew. Weber and Valinsky then hurried to get on tho band wagon. The trail of Lieutenant Becker's bank deposits led to ten dif-. ferent banks in this city yesterday. Deposits found in six banku during the last ftw months in the name of Becker or his wife amount to about $25,000 oo far. Collectors for at least two police inspectors and several other men higher up in the graft scandal are known to the District At? tomey's office. They will be summoned to appear before the grand1 jury later on. Bank accounts. aggregating nearly $250,000. said o be money openly deposited by men on the force, have been un covered. SULLIVAN OF GREAT AID TO PROSECUTION If the atory tl.at "Jaf-k" Sullivan told yesterday-aec?rding to authentie re? porta is true. the tlpster frlend of Chariee Becker *rlll be one of the mo:-t valuabte wltneaeea the prosecuti-n arlll ha\e. Sullivan. aho is< now in the Wc*t Side prlaon Hiarge.i erlth compltafty in the murder <>f Roaantlaal, taiked at lenjrth to Jattips B. Bmlth, an Assistant Dku trl.-t Att?.nie\ . trho arent to se*? hlm. Al the beglnninsr. it ls understood. Mr Smlth .?uid: "Noar, .Ta. k. >'OU know Im your frlend and will do what I can for ><>u || ./ou will ?*?1 ? tn*" a11 >'?'" khfw about this affalr." Sullivan replied that he knew It. and that he would wllllngly tell all he knew. but that that wasn't much. He >aid thal he knew DOthlng whatever about ihe plans ot the murderers batort Rooenthnl was shot. hut that he "hap pened to l>e around there" shortly afterward. He saw Beeker there, he i (.ald. With Wnber and Roae. Beckar was talkltiR to Bridgie.' Weber and '.Ja<k' Rose.'' f?aid Sullivan. necor.lmg 10 The Trlbune's informatit, und l went off a llttle because they were talking !ow and l thought they might not avanl me to hear." Sullivan s value to the prosei ution as a witness is in.ll< ated by the fact that the ?nly other evMeftca the Dlstrlet At torney has aa to Deeker'a presenee at ihe ecene of the crleae shortiy after Roaenthal araa sh<>t is that of seif confeaaed accomplicea. His present story of his travels on the night of the murder Is that he left Madison Square Uarden with Lleu? tenant Becker, went downtown and l.ought the early edltions of the morn ing papers, and then went bnck uptown nlone. He went up to Sixth avenue and 4-d street. .lallled aioiind for a tlme and then arent toward the Me<ro pole. There was a i-rowd ln front when he got there, and he pushed his way through it. lle f-aw the Ixxlv ot Ro? senthal lylng <>n the sidewalk and hent over lt. Ralslng Rosenth'al's head he said: "Who did lt, Hymle? Who did It?" There was no answer, and he saw thut Rosenthal was dead. His ftrst idea was to get to a telephone to tell a nioi'iiinK newspaper for which he had done some work about the shootlnjr.