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SHAKEN BY AnACK Wife Weeps After State's Wit* nesses Assail Testimony That Lawyer Hoped Would Help to Make Him Free. BURIAL THEORY TOTTERS Iwo Experts Try to Show Mrs. Szabo Was Not Strangled, but Their Evidence Is Weak ened by Prosecutor-Case May End on Monday. [_"-?* a Staff 0*n**BWBd**)t of The Trlbun* 1 Go.?hen, N- Y. Nov. .2- -A BBBOB of beef jnimersed in a solution o formaline was produced in court to-day by the attorney* for Burton W. Gibson tu prove that the emhalming fluid, contatnlng formaline. with which Mrs. Szabo's body was pre - fnr burlal. mlght have brought the rontorted condltions found in her thr< at at the autopsy. said by expert? ?a.hsti concluslvfly that the woman had been strangled to death. Pr. Arthur S. Moore. a young expeft. through whom the be*f w'mh lntroduced. ? cl for the defence that*" the forma? line had oaused lt to snrlnk ftvc-slxteentha of an inch. ?I wish to offer this piece of beef ln f ^aid Robert H Klder. coun_el for Qlbaoc ??Well.'' said Judge Tompkins. "you mlght cive it to the Jury for lunch." Under <ilre< t examlnation by Mr. Elder Pr. Moore would not say that animai tisrues generally contracted when forma? line was lnjected into them. but that such was frto.uer.tly the effect. ln a long hypo thatlnal qoaatBBB he was then asked if the condition found in the organs of Mr. Bhaha'b throat could be duplicated ln a dead body by mechanical niean.. Made "WinrJow" in Nack of Corpaa. He r.plied ti*at lt could, saying that 0. ly ye.te.day he made what he desrribed as a "window" in the back of the neck of a dead person by removing the vertebra and muscles. enabling him to observe the throst organs. On nioving the body in varicis dir-ctlon.?. he said. the tongue and aplglOttla "flopped" la posltlons simllar to V I desrrlbed in the autopsy of Mrs Fzabo's throat. The handling of the wom? an's ho'ly. he said. mlght have thrown bar organs into that posltlon. and the em balming wdild have flxed them there. Isidor Wa.s?er\ogeU on cross-examina tion. asked the wltn-* "Do you know how many muscles thert are in the throat? Do you know the names of th. muscles attached to any orpaiis ln the throat?" "No. I do not," Dr. Moore replitd, after a moment of hesitatlon. "Do you niean to say that you. a doc? tor of medicine. do not know the names of anv musdes in the buman throat?' Mr. TAasservogel ex.lalmcd, in astonith ment "I do not,'* the doctor replied. At this polnt Mr. Elder took the wlt BaQB an-i .ought to show that the doctor knew something about human muscl.a by at.king him, encouraglngly. lf he knew row many muscles there are in the human body. No. I do not." replied the expert. That is all." cried Mr. Wasservogel. t'rowlng up hls arms. amtd 8 general laugh. and the witness stepped down. Upholda Burial Theory. The other expert for the defeivc was Dr. Henrj W. ("attcll. of Thiladelphla. Mi I.lder s guidancc he testifled ? th? londitlon fpund in Mrs. Szabo'd _ it have been caused by hand . ind ? mcahning. aaaartlng also that ondition oould not te produ.-ed iu a living pBTSOa'a throat witho.it kav itaraal Bwrfea. Under crosa-examination Mr. YVatiser vogel drew from him admissions that ? n?d the defeaea'a Medlcal avidaoca ? than did l>r. Moore's 11c admi'H-d. ;imong other things. that he kne-\ nothing about the Baabo case ex wbal ha had heard and read A' "iiife point Judge Tompkins him-tlt : nid la the cxamination. ..i f t> II best, ? :. th' OB* *rh? makes an au tb4 on* wha raada about it?'' i ... mi . ? mtopay," re plie.l ? Mr. Waaaervogal than ;i.-i.ed hnn if h'e had tet-titied undei , , ? ? ? mination, that the tongue couhi ' flop ' after death into the posltion bl Whlch it w*s four.) in Mrs. mtftoofo throat. The doctor quallBed his foi m<r ?.tatemerit b- aa* ing it <-ould not in that fuifil all th< loriditions Mr. WOM servogel alao dr. w from him the Htatc nien'<- that h< was ignorant of some of 'om aaalaenl inedioal authorities on culation and that. he did not bclieve a petson could !?<? killed by Btrangllng ? ut lea*/l_f *xternal marks. rlara fOM read many authorities on HPHE popular standing A of this Cigarette is evinced by the fact that more money is spent for Fatimas than for any other! -> A plain package?so -we can give you 20?at a reasonable price?15c. ' 'Dtitlnctttly Indrwidaal'' 0^y8-8V^^_^_. t/ar-M.a (St 20 stranxulation?" Mr Wasservojrel asked. "Yes; I have read a great many," the doetor replied. "Have you read Hoffmann?' "Yes." "Don't you remember that Hoffmann tells of the case of a girl who died from stranguiitlon without leaving any marks at all on the outside. of the throat?" "Oh. yea. 1 had lorgottcn that.' Dr. Cattell replied "I agree with ,you- j ou have forgotten a fcreat many thlngs. Uoodhy," Mr Waa* strvogel said Gibaon and Wifa Nervoua. Throughout the examlnation of Dr t'at tell Gibaon sat nervously tlngering hla own throat, and as the value of his ex pert'B testlmony apparently d?iprectated hia face grew dark aiH ptralned. Ilis wlfe sat elose bei-ide hlm. and at Uroex ahe seemed hardly ablc to eantatfl B41 self, as she raaa*va4aa|y handlrd objecta about her. More than onee she lcaned heavily agalnst her husband an<1 aaaoetf her elbow on his ahouldrr. apparently whlsperinu words of encouragement. After the dlsmissal of Dr. CatteU the defenoe announeed that its eaat waa doaed, wlth the rneairattOn 1hat one more wltnesa misht ba raltad M<<nday for tho purpose of tryinj< to Impeach the tcsti mony of John S. Mlnturn. Jr;, tor the prosecutlon. t'pon this announcement the prosecu? tlon openrd the rebuttai. ,The time taken for the rebuttai eame near to aettlng h record in cases of thla lmportance. and one after another the strongest polnta made by the defence scemlngly crumbled. The tlrat wltness called by Mr. Wasser vogel In rehuttal was Sheriff De Graw. who, with Thomas Garrisou and others. recovcred the woman's body from the lake. Garrtson. testifying yeaterday for the defence, told how, when the body waa laid out on shore, he placed two four Inch pieces of wo?>d behlnd the head, bendlng the nc. k and throwing the chln forward on the chrst. ln one of the most dramatic lncldents of the trial, Gnrrison had llluatrated Just what he had done, uslng J. C Maher. a deteetive employei by the prosecutlon, for this purpose. It waa upon this blt of evldence that the defence chlcfly rested ita contentlon that the appearancjs of Mrangulatlon had been caused by tba handllng of the body. "Did 'Toni' Garrlson BT any one else place blocka ot wood under Mrs. Siabo's head, as he tcstlfied here in court yes? terday?" Mr. *d asyervogel asked Do Graw. "He did not, and there were no blocks placed under her head." De Graw replled promptly. "Was there blood oottng from her nose and did Garrisen wlpc lt off. as he testi fled?" "He did not, and there was no blood eaanhaf from her nose," the Sheriff an swered. Corroborate tha Sheriff. Larkin and Fred Hazen. who were it. the boat at the time of ihe recovery oi the body. corrolxiiatcd De Graw. The Sheriff also was used to discrcdlt the tes tlmony of William G. Osgoodby. of I'omP ton I'lalns, N. J., who had attempted to impugn the >tateimnt:> of Minturn. On cross-examlnation OsROodby had tcstined that he knew Dc Graw and had talked with him about the case. Da Graw de nWd that he knew Osguodoy or had c\ei talked wlth him. Three witnesscs were used by the prose? cutlon to iebut the testimony introduced by the defence to show that Gibson bt lieved that Mra. rizabo had a mother liv ing in this country naiued Petronella Mensi hik, whom she made the bcneflcl- j ary of her wlll. One of these was George j Teichmann. who produccd a letter he wrote for Mra Szabo ahowlnK that she | waa fully aware that h..r nvthcr had died ln Vlenna. Tha other witii(S::CS wtre Mr-. Veromca Manarhlh, of No. Ul ataat u;tii street. and her uaughtrr. Both te.-tlii<"; tha'. Glb.-on had \hited them and liad vainly trled td* pcrsuade tht moth.r that ahe wa? Petronella Mcns. h;k Bnd was the b*n.?iclaty of Mrs. BBBabw'a aill Station Agent Hita Defance. The tinal blOWfl werfl OHltN rod Ul tha defence m case hy tiie 1. >i ii.icn . ol John CreiRhton. t.tiou :-.ac'iit at OrvetnwoaaJ l.akr. Harrj '-?"'* lawtlttad ? ati ratay for Gibson lhal ht ??> >K the i; o'ctOCh train 0B Jolf M, lh< *BJ "! Mra !****?'? death. arrhing a' th. lai.. BbOUl -'o'.lock. He waa conaMered tha rtraxigeet witness r?,r the oAtenee, a? ha had taatlBed that he had r>- "ti out i'i fl baal naar <;tbson and had Baan rafrai and lha woman atand* Injj up abonl four feet H|>art. Beth had . ,i into lha " flU r app ircntljf roitm tH- i,. :,a.i ald, Ihua ? ontraaMetlng , ^.,) ;,,. ,.; - . ,.,.. . ii oa lhal ?;ibson I t held of lha woman i , - lawtlmony vraafattacheaj th'",?;n BJtil in. WhO piodin-cd tinn tal.lrs show Ing lhal tte rt ? re no Iralna t" On : latka hy wW?b i*iux aoaM have reached thara an. ? bt ra mar tba time h< ua\- ii bla tesllmony. rloaja io thr cattlng of \>r. caUall, Ifidward < iark. a OOOb at the Qiwawwood Laha Hatal, was put on lha stand by the dafertoe. U' taatlned ,:-.'i i"1 ran otrt of thr k:teh"n, where he was on duty about I M<lock, and Jaaifaxd lata a boat, pad dling out tor about t?.nt., f^et from th' shore. Whlle thu i i,ta?rd, he said. he saw Gihson and th> wotnaa in tba baal at a dlstaner. They stood up. he -,.M. rea.-hirg out ihcir banda as If thay wr chang'ng seai . I nd Waflli dtill IBlfl w<re tipp^o" out of the boal /uaoag th. Bpactalera who Mi-d ibg rourtroom lo-da\ W?T4 Bavaial woiumi and four or flve alaffflBaa r,n'' ?' BhOBB sai.! ba WOB from Nai York City. At tha- ataaa ti ta-aJay'a Baaafon al court JudRe TOBBPhhU aiuioiiiiced that h? would adjouin th<? trial uitll Mond" hr had to hold eoajrl el-ewlK-rr to-mor :ow. Ifa alkawad the jtirora to ko to th< ir boasaa, naotionlng Ibaoi aeainst dl OUBBlBg tha <aae e\ en wlth iii^riibrra of thelr own tanilb . ?r f--om raadhlg ikw> r.a^.er flecoajata af lt. Tha eaaa win. it kt expawtad, va to Ita Jury '?tr bloada] attei noon. After adjotirnmanl Mra. Gihson, whoao* lompanled h<r hu-band lo liis ??"??'. broke down and wept hHtarly Bl ? result of thr weakenlng of the defence under rebuttai. Court Makea Girl Stand Up. During the rebuttai Mr. Klder made a dramatic atten.pt to iBIROfn the methoda of the proae^ution In working up ita case, Sheriff De Graw was on the stand. and Elder polnted theatrieally tO the seats rr served for wltnessea, asklng hlm if ba knew a young woman slttlnu there with a white plume on her hat. This waa Miss Jsabel Rocchletti, of Nutley. S. J.. who lt had been excepted would be calhd by the prose.utlon lo testlfy ihat she sgw a uiaik 00 Mrs. Szabos throat when she was taken out of the water. VVTicn De (.raw said he knew Mlas Rocchletti the ? ourt asked her to staiiu up. "ia It not true." aaid Klder, "that you were sitting besldt her a while ago and told her to he sure to say when she went on the atand that she saw tho mark on the dead woman'a throat?' "It la not true," De Graw tairly ahouted. Afterward Mias Rocchletti declared that Mr. Elder's act In making her atand up waa "rneraly B trlck In a dciperate effort to aave a fast faiUng defanc?." Bl HYDE COUKSEL Contend Robin Owed Carnegie Trust $230,000 When He Said . He Was Forced to Lend , $130,000. SLOW PROGRESS AT TRIAL Justice Goff Declares Proceed ings Must End Before Thanks giving, if It Takes Night Sessions to Do It. Max D. Steuer. counsel for Tharlen H Hyde, former City I'hamberlaln. continued yesterday nv.rnlng his cross fxamination of Joseph Q, Robin. And In the coursc of hls questions he in dicated what wlll prove to he one of the main contentions of the defence? that Robin indivldually owed the Car? negie Trust Company on call $230,000 at the tlme. lt ls charged. Hyde coerced him Into iending the trust company J 130,000, and that it wa* In part pay? ment of this debt. or rather, in return for thls accoinmodation. that he had the Northern Bank advance the trust company the money speclfied in the Indictment "ls it not a fact,'' asked Steuer. "that by demanding payment of $130,000 on account of your demand loan* of $230, 000 in the Carnegle Tnist Company that Cuinmlna and Relohmann could have got the money needed wlthout taklng you down to Hyde's office and havlng you threatened Into making the loan?" The objection of Asststant Distrlct Attorney Krank Moss to this question was sustained by Justice. Coff. so Steuer trled thls: "Was any suggestion mad^tn you on August 2.', isin, hy elther Cumrnins or Rel.hmaim lhat by paying off $130,000 of the money ;vou then owed the Car? negie Trurt Company in demand loans that you might relicve the situ-tion'.'" "No," replied Robin. "Did you say anything about repay ing the loans?-' Offered to Pay If Paid. "1 believc 1 offered to pay off my 1 entire indehtedness lf Rrirhmann and ! Cumrnins would pay off their entlre in d.btcdness to the Northern Bank.'' It was brought out that Wllllam J. i'umn.in>', chief stockholder ol the Car negl. Trust Company. and Jos.ph B. ! Roichmann, tt. president at the tlme. had sigr.cd I1M.BBB t.. $11)0.000 worth I of papcr held l.y the Northern Bank. lt is the proBBcvUon'a cewtentlqa that these men took Robin. who controlled the Northern Bank. down to Hyd-' Wall street nfnee on the evening of' August 22. 1910. and that there Hyde coorced Robin Into Iending the totter ing Carnegie Trust $130,000 by thrrat ening tr wlthdra ? all th? ,lty depo.lts from the Northern Rank and by prom Istng to Inerease tln; same lf the deal went through. In turther elaooration of tlus llne of intcrrogatlon Mr Steuer turnid then to Rohln's dlr.'.t trstlmony Wednesday th.it in Septen.ber he had gone to se H; de at the Cltj i hamberlaln's oftl. e, No. 2*0 Broadwav, and had there c-om plaltied to him that Ihe .Ity d-posits in the Nortlien. Bai.k had not baan in vr.ased in BCCOt?BBCB wHh the alleged $K10,000 loan agrecincnt. Lawyer Tne? to Trip Robm. When you want to Mr. Hyde in September, I believc you said you had a iclter of introduction to him. didn't you?'' arked the lawycr, in his smooth aat tonee. ' So," BBBWefCd Robin I had 8 card." A rard of Intreductton?" "Not of introdu.'tion. it" "Ah. >ou made a _llp there.'' ' l.et me hnish iny lnswer," pursued Robin wMh Hs flr.t show of irritatlon. ? The v.'.rd.-i card and introdu. tlonwmt tcajethe. naturally in ny mimi. it was a card eaaoaaandtag me te ins fa,\or. not a <';<rd of introduction.'' "So. Whet) you went to ste Mr llde, after hav ing done him this grcut favor in the matter of a loan to the Carnegie Trust Company. you ftrst _upplled your ?elf with a card commending you to hls favor?'" "Ycs." Steuer then had Robin tell the Jury lhai the note which the Northern Bank recelved from thr i arnegle Trupt Com? pany iu return for the loan of $1._O,O0i. made on August _o, 1010, was surren dered on August 81; that the Northern Rank cntcred into an agreement wlth the Carnegie Trust Company on the latter date by WhfcV.i the loan was made to appear on the books as the purcha_e nt .ertaln notes made to the Carnegie Trust Company by Presldent Mareus of the Public Bank. It was thls conver slon which led to t_M .onvictlon of Reichmann OB B ? liargc of decelving thr State Snperintendcnt of Banklng with rcgard to the condition of his bank Then the lawyer sprang this ques? tion: "When you were ln Hyde's oftice un August 22 did you lntcnd to nrlbe him?" But Justice Goff sustained the objec? tion to an answer. Steuer took another tack. ?-Have you been senfenccd, Mr. Robin,'' he asked, "on your plea of fuilty of grand larceny?" ??No." "Was not your sister, Dr. I.ouise Roblnovitch, under indictment when you made your plea?" Moss'* Objection Sustained. .l.v.c- coun.'-cl refcrred to the indi.-t ment for perjury returned agalnjst the wttttaflB'B slbter on the strcngth of her aftiditvit to tlie Supreme Court that their paretlta were tn Russia and she was the next M kin and only heir of her brother. The Indictment was re? turned after brother and sister had re pudiated Mr. and Mrs. HermBn Rablno vltcn, of TVllllamaburg, who had clatnKd tbem n* their chlldren. Mo??'* HYDKS ACCUSER AND MAN WHO CLAIMS HIM AS S0N. MKRMAN PABINOVITCII. obj>rtion to thia question, however, was su^tained. "Was lt," persisted Steuer. "a eondl tion of your plea that tho indictment I against your sister be dismlsscd?" The objectioii to this was austained also, as was the objectioii to the fol lowing question: "On January 31. 1?11, were you aaiie'." "Did you make an arrangement or suggest t?> \ our sister, or did she sug gest to you," asked the lawser. "that she should make a petilion to the Su preme c'ourt to ha\e you idjudged in Baiie?" "No." In his next "question concernlng the wltness's knowlrdge of the suhmtsBlon of sucii h petltlon by his aister to the Kupreme Court, Hteuer did not fail to biing otfl that lt was to Justice Goff himself that the petltion was made, al though Justlce QaMI would not permit an answer to the qurstinn. Tlicn Steuer aske.l. "In January. 1911, when vou were still undrr indictment and before >ou had interpol.ited any plea, did you be Bevg thal then was a general scheinc In whlch Judge Whitman, the District Attorney. had a part. to ruin you and all your inatltutiotts because of the Hght you had made against Morgan and the Standard nil interests'.'" < ihjei ti?n snstaincd. Justi'* Goff jxclud. d lurther ques tiobs touchlng on tlu witness's BBBlty or panntage. and n-fiiM-d to permit counsel fur the defi tl'-c tO CaU tlie agi d Flaldnovili li COUftla for OUrpOOta "f identiflcatioii. Woob, on the rodlract, howovar, araa BBowod t" bring oal that lt was the laws of Ruasia whn-h Rohin feared if ln resealed ln>- rOBl name. City's "Balancea" Exceeded Bond. Thdra waa one other point ol m. porta'n- broiight out by Steu< r, and that was Ul regard to tiie dally "bal aie > l ot dtj nioney reposlng ln the North. rn llank'd \aulfs. Robm had t.stlh'd nA ha<i asked Hyde how the l.it'.-r could OBSTJ out his alleged prOBB* ise i nm . rnliig Increased dtj <1. posits when th, Nulh.rn Bank s t.oi.d was t.,r |laa\aaa) only. Btaaar asked the witness if bfl didn't know that during the .1 iir" Bpring and Btiniaer ajravlooa |0 'hi;- reinark thr dally city deposlts ln the .\..rtherit Bank contlnually had run 04 er this .iiiimiiii Itohm said he did not. In the afternoon however. Assistant District Attorney John Kirklaml "lark read into the record the llgures in the hank's ledger on this very point ThOj were show n to average above the ' amount of the bond. though not mu> h above It untll after Robin's second \isit to Hyde, in Sept'-mher. when lie COBV plained that the deposlts had not born Incrcased. ln October they averaged around .*.'5<M?,<**'. going ev?n hlgher in November. Other wltnesses yesterday wrre Wlll? lam \. Rro er. former vice-jm-sidcnt of the North'rn Bank; "Frcd" E. Gold mann. assistant manager of the Tre mont braach af tha Northern Bank, and lienr: j Waloh, Doputy Ch Chainberiain Thelr prteetpal fob a/ai that of ldentir\lng . xhillts. IboUcO Coff told cOUBOal tha' the trial BBUBt j end before Thanksgh Ing it it took I night gaaaaoaa lo do it. it win i.n i tinued to-day BECKER NEIGHBOR IN COURT Man from Death House Found ex-Licutenant Friendly. .Io: eph .T. M< Kriuia. OOBVtatOal of the murder of Slgrid Kckstmm, a BlT yaar BM girl. last J'jih. in TMe Mroii-.. pjat brought to the Suprenie i ourt yootaralay from sjlng Sing on a wnt Of h.it.vas <orpus ohtalned by his a1iorne\ io t'dt the hnfBJtty of his con\l?ti"ii lt was the contantJon of hla counsel that th" 'ourt of G> m-ral loaafoaa baal no jnijadlclleB baaoaaa the Leglslature iiad < reatcd the t'ounty of Tho. Bronx and that McK'-nna's erbaa having been commltted there he should have b. cn tiled In tho n.w OBBBtJ Mi'K. nn.i lOttnoi to aajay tiie hrlef r> splte fiom his life in tha death house at Pinc sing. Ur- said ho aacoplad a ceii adjolnlng that of I.leutenant rharbs Becker, oaaytcted of thr naprajer of Har* man Rosenthal. and struck 0P rjVttB * frh udshlp wilh his new n? Ighbor. j/vaUca BaalBjay res-Tv.'d darioton, and Iti the mean tlme MeK'-nna wlll ramaln in the Tomb*. CHANOE IN LIBEL SUIT Editor's Attack on Oolonel Only Vio lation of Ordinance at Most. Marnuette. Mich , Nov. ZJ -The trial of George A. Newitt, cdltor and publlaher, of Tshpcmlng, charged with crliniual llbcl on eomplalnt of t'olonel Tlv odorc Koose velt. will tak<: plaije ln a Justlce court In this city Instead of In the clrcuit court. -Tht- date tixed Is Noveuii?.r gf, This new turn in the proieedlngs Is a lesult of an error In consid.rlng crlni liial lilnl i inisdemeanor under the com? mon law, B'hareaa it is roaraly tin vioia tioii of an ordinant-e, th? maxjraum pan* altv fot whleh la a tln. of JlOo, or Im pnaonment for ninety days. A case of tba kiml can ba trlad only ln j'lstlc- court. from whlch, hotVever. an BPpaal to clr cult court can be tak.r, The action ln holdlng the iWcndant for trial in the hlgher trlbunal waa <iuashed to-day. Thla caae ia dlstlnct irom tln- pjvll pro ceedlnga riled agalnst Mr. Newitt ln he half of Colonel Rooaevejt. and ln whlch damages In the eum of J10.000 are asked. The trial of thla sult wlll be ln eircult ?yOUrt JOBKPU Q, KuBl.V uunwr fur 'nntlniied from flrst p-8?. close of the Hyde trlal. before Sullivan'S ca*e oOOld be placed on the cal.inlar. Tha aaochy littie ehauflfear prajriatod an anpearame Ib BOOri Ifl strikinc ontrast to that of the four Informers. Reae, Weh er. Vallon and Schepps. who were re leaxerl on Thur.-da\ lle >\as l.rounht down from tha Wooi Bafle prlaoa and ar* raiKneri before Justice <;ofr just before the apentng of th* afternoon ataelon ;it the fl-. de trial. DeteettTB "Al" Thotna*. of tha Distri. t Attorney'* oflce. brouchl Shapiro into cOUli Bltd BtOOd flrltb the pm-onfr at tha aama bau where th* four jrunm^n were nhed i p te beef th* verdlel j of the fury irhlch eonrlcted then-. of the tnurdei nf Heeanthel Shapiio nrora al Beady <iark >uit. arltb .. iraj aweeter deea Bttlng aboot bla throat, anci cairled .11 Sollcd brnwii I A- ]>., Innked p.il.> ;incl ha?>-ard. Whitman Asks for Discharqe. r?i.-tri. t Attorne) Whitman mor/ed thal the prlaoner ba Blseharsed on his own rocot*nlsance. He told the eourt thal bH the ln'..rmation In tln poeeaflelOII Of the r>i-tr 1.1 Attorney in ri pard te Bhapire wa* not BOtBdcnt eirlde'nce lo warranl tr\iiii- th. defendant for murder. After looktng "vi r th. Indlctmam agal ebauffeur Juatic* Gofl ".1 itrd Mr. Whu niaii'* molimi. Shaplru smil.'.I hls sr.iti tu.ie atnl walhed oul of tha courtroom with Petecthri Thomaa He went dlrect) to tha eeaea <>f Mr RuMn, rvputy At> .istaiit r*i*?trt.-t Attorne. ahere bla a-.-d mother waa waltlnB i?r blm. h. denie.) that he was going; to Ichvo th.- clty. as it had been r.'i?o'tc.i hi Intended dotng. 1 am not afr_ld >>f h. IBB mo|e?t.d hv frleada af the gunmen tor testifying agalnat them," he sai.i "i latand t.? i_-o ba.-k 10 ni>' old work. aiul Blr*ad| have a place a* ebauffeur tor a man. I ehall '? hack at th. oM atand at the CaM Botde* vard. where I.lhby an.l I k^pt our 1 .cr i^f.im tb* murder I expeet to al I w-ork then- Monda* 1 ahall llvi quletly with my mother .u har hotn> " Bhapire aahed hia mother to leavi tha fjrlmtrml Coerfa Bulldlng before h< did in oi?*% tn ;i\n!.i unpleeaanl notorlety f..r ber. Bhi daparted, n. iralted for him h' ihe corner of Franhlln and i.a tmi .-tt.. rtroi ta m bi tln I Ildlni ptro'a lac* and nffura m 1 nol ?>? a otl '. known aa th...- m aom* af th. oth* ait aaaaaa al the gunmen'* trlal, ..r:>i h< iHpped out of th. ;'Uiidiiu* aitboul 1 oboanred H< folned bla mother, and they walked to ber hoflM ln RralnStOfl Btreet ' _aB?" Hrh. ppg wa;i th. on!) ..... ,.f th ? Buartet of Informars who wera n frmii the W, <t Hld.- court prtflOB 00 Thurede) te leave town yeeCerdaj Ac? cording to hls COUnetl, ll.riMid H. Band* 1.1. Beheppfl start. .1 for Hot Bprlnga ... iptti thi wamlng hd bad recelved from Ifayer BVatei ? af that dtj thal tn wa* not wanti .1 th<.. "Bald Jach" it" a ?l*iti d Mr ofn.*. j aeterda) 1.in 11 w;i.< Btrfferlng from ? sefen attuck ol ui rr.it. 1 s..r. thieal 11* la in l of a throat Bpeclallai and may i; ? cob* Bned to his ttom* for aeveral da Roei will ro t<> Kioiichi for .. brtel real after he jrets well, nnd BXP*CU to i.niln and Uva Ifl thla etl ? Juatlee i;..ff reoei* od ,-, 1. tt ?tgnad h" th* hirot 1 h.nt Icti ? ; tba fi.ui gunmen for tbe niurdi r of Rd*< nthal remmendtng Captaln Ljrach nnd ih<- court attendanta for tha courteou* treatment Ihe) reoetred at their baada at tha Mur. ray 4M! Hot. 1 during the trlal The questlon haa arlsen a. to .cnv the M*te could mHk" ..nt hta caa< aga Cbarlea Beehar and the tour gunmen. in tha event that the < otr hted men ;,ot new trlala on appeal ;i!i<i tba (our *tat. wit ReeOt Vallon, Weber aad Bcheppe, should not b.- availahle al the time. Mr. wiiii'uan sHid yaeterdai tbal ha araa con Bdenl ihe f i.tr Informera would he avail ahii if they were needed for naw triais. BECKER WITNESSES FREED Jersey Authorities Dismiss In dictments, Against Lubins. Iforrla and ia "h i.ubin. the brothora Bbe wera taken from tba Newark j?n BBCBd time a?o to testifv at the trlal'of Lieutenant f'harles Be( |<er. and who were subsequently returned here, wer* tread \esterdav by Prowecutor Mott. T11 vlew of the servlces thec- had ren <\trcr\ th- New York authorlii. s. he de cided to have th. indictment* agalnai th.iii d-tmlBBad. Judge Ifartln granted hls BBOttoi and th. l.ubin.-. wn; fr*i OSTRACISM FOR GUN SELLER Judge Foster Says It W -uld be In voked if He had His Way. ln sentencing Thema* Rltto 10 BOVOB yeara In Sing Slng Cor Oarrylng a re? volver as 1 aaooa 1 offenee, .iuii_e Poater, in Qeneral HeBBtona aaM yeetarday that the man who pold a. revolv. 1 w.is no more rOBBeCtaMa than tha man who oai ried lt. "No 'gun tuter' is a reapoctablc per son," aald Ju.lge lost. r, "aml if I had my way no gun -eller would he t respeetable person elther. Thcwe merchanta on Broad? way who aell plstola would be UBtfOClBBd by decent aociety lf I had anythlng to say about lt" IN FEAR OF Head of C. & 0. Says All indus try Must Stand by Railroads. DANGER OF MONOPOLY Public Attention Centred on Great Power Exercised by Ooncentration of Capital. Waldorf Speaker Says. Krank Trumbull. cha.rman of thr- board of directors of the ChcMpeake ? Ohlo Railway <'ompan>. sounded tlu ka*/BOte of Industrial progiess an.l 'sunllght" in ; "big buslne:m ' last night at tlie lirst an? nual dlnnef of tiu (nveatment Baakera' Association of America. Mis nie> az* was especially suited to the bjnd of men before him who had started their nvgani lattaa only three months ago. It tetBMd with pi'OgraBBlvblBI and gBTB assiirancc that the near future would Bea lirnil tablish d the prlnciples thal Ibfl BBfloclfl tlon was tightfng for. ih- ihrust up the spectre of BOClalbBBI. "I^et us look forward, noi baefcward, said Mr. Trumbull, "and let ue atee a tett* scope at least part. of tlie time and not a mleroscope all of the time. Pubtletty is the order of the day and we have found over and over again that freeb air and light cure many of tlie Ills that afflirt us." He continued .1 hope you wlll think nn aloecfa in aaylrag that it la fortanate thal just at this parlOd your association waa fortned People ara tblnklng on all theae mattena. and when we say people we must not tor K?'t that most of than* are weat of the HuaSaon Rver and that one-half of them are west ol lndiana. As Oeorge Kltch said about the West: "They w.ai last year's fashions. read this rear'a boobx and originatc next >far's ponclea Reana latlon is in the air. Many are aablBg, ] what form shall It take? There are those who say Iu a light- | hearted way that tba railroads having had the naeaelen and tba mumpo; they j are now to bn passed along to the indu; triala, But, my frlends. none of u* can be complacent about flocb fl statement as thnt If it is a fact The evolutloii I i am referrlng to this e\??ning haa baan a palnful proceea, bj every et*olutlonnry I proccss alwaya Ib and must be The] railroad Byetema of this country aie in j many reapecta aaaentlally a unit. lt is j also true thal the railroads and the other Induatrlala In this conntry are a unit for weal or waa. They are so linke.i to j gether that we caanot injure one with out injuring the other. Some v^ry wise railroad ntan predict I that WB shall In a few years have gov.-rn- j niental ownerahtp of railroads. They | think there ls no other logical way out. j Mr. Aeworth. B dlstlnguished l-Jnglish WTtter on railway economlca, who l host of frlends and admin-rs ln this coun? try and who wrttea dutpaaelonately be cause of hla detached point of view, BXJ s that we are nearer covernmental ow n ershlp of railroads than most people ex p. .t ln Fear of Socialism. Whether you beli.ve that OT not. no one can deny that mere regulation doefl not aatJafy everybody, and you may rely on anotiier thlng. namely, that If the rallroada of thla country are erer ptir rhaBcd by the government tlual act will t.r foliowed Itaeritably by tha natlonalla ing of other Induatrlaa whlcb are thouglu to deal with th. naceaaarlea of life. The temper of our people is not bospitabl. a.s yet to such BUBjaeaUona, but If regulation f.dls they will be mON rtady io enter* t.iln alternatlve suggestions. notwith staliding the great metiaCC to business and the stlll oeeper perii to repuWican lnstitutions which governmental own.i Bhtp would tnvolvr. Mr. Trumbull next took up the atiti trust law and said that while it had been I mmh abajsed that it was betnc'eJartAed from month to month and that tbara was lOBB talk again-t lt. ff< lontinucd: All of ub know that hundnds of thou BBnda of comblnatlonB would bavi neen formed II it iia.i not been for the .inti truat law and for the pataaecutlona un der lt If tiii-i. wen aa aoti-truat law, th-- movement towaard atate aociadlara would ba much acceleratad. VV'e m'uat not forp.t tii.it the s...i.iiist conaidera tbe great combin r the best agent and aa> celeratoi of his iii.-ori. -. Tbe ant1-truet| law prohlbits two thlnga whleh, II I at, all underatand th? temper >>: thi Am. ri i ,,n people, they are Btlll det< rmlned to '. avold. to v.it. prlvate monopolj and ro- , atralnt of traoV." Samuel ii I'unn, etlttor ef ??'\'\\r rtali-| way JafjB Oaaetta." was the next spcuker introduce.l by the toastmaster, L 15. KYanklin. Mr. Ounn's thenie was "Tho Hallro.'.l MtUatJoa in the t\>sl." and he called attenttOTJ to the fact that th* W.-t ? rn group -?! railways was tha 'arirest la ihe Unlted Bfataa ln patol af teiajtb aad territory cmrered This section. IOO, hfl snd. was th^ "in whi^h was naablraj ihe raoart raptd mdue trlal and aerlcultural progiess, and lt J <\a^ ibareTore to b< expx et< d thal rallwaya Ib i ' '?'"' . rj would ba bo rapidly Int to ra -uit in a vioi< nt paati i letaati Imfaatr tlu lr i arairtg i b l ,. ,.\ \it Lhi Bgurea Bhowad, ba main talned, that tbara wara Butaataatbal o' . unea !a tha total oporatlrag rerenue al iiic.,e roada In both taa ItecBl yeara al I'.n ami Ifll H? ' ? kj I al ihb all ?? uon was daa U a teanporary de.-iin.- m traffae, radortloo Ib laus. bicreaae tn warr.-s and to publlc reoulremente for coatly Itacraaara ??u<i Irraproxaraenta In aervtca Th'.- fact that more than six hundred attundod the lirst dlnnar oi the aaaoela* tlon was aaptcMllj Blaaaliai to th.; eom-l n.itfe mi arrancamentB. The praw at ? ol Mortlmer L s.-hiff, Jamea ?; Camton,j AlexanaJar J. licnipiuii and oilaara groml* ii, ;it in the tlnanclal WOTld WaB B BO BTOtl* fylna and ra tba opinion ol Mr. Praaklla flugured waB for the futun ol Um asso , latlon Investment Bankers Hear Leg islation ls Unsatisfactory Now. TOO MUCH PATERNALISM Association in First Convention Bars Use of Name by Mem? bers on Letter-Heads. Blue afcy leglalatloa and the que*tlon *? io whether the members should be el lowed to uaa l.ttei-heads bearlng the nam? of th< association w er* the prln . ipal mattara Jlscussed yesterday at tb* first annual COflVenttOU of the InveBtment Bankera* Aaecclatton of Amerlea, at th* Vfalderf Itta situatlon in the varieu* states ,!> regarda the folne sky law* waa eatarud in njti address hy Warren S Ha." cjen, of i levetand, and the convent'on de ? Ided to flve Iti -ommlttee on lerlslatlen BUthorlty to fratm a law embedyhBB Mr. HayBeB'a viawa on the auhjeet He de elared the Kaaeaa law was unsatiafae tory The .(iiesiKn ->s to the u?e of assocla tfofl letter-heeda by the members was not : disposed of untll about twenty delegatea h ol expreaacd their ide.s as to the ad i vhmhfHt) of the propaaed plan. it waa flnalty unanlmoualy agread that for the prcs. nt ;?' 'east it would be unwise for ! tiie members to use the association name in their hu-iness enmmuntcattona. The convention was called to order by tbe preaMent, t'^orge B. t'-tldwell. of Chi? cago. ifnd It was found that 3m) d'legates frO_B all parts of th. country were pres? ent Mr. i'aidwell. in a brlef addre**, I called ;<tt*ntion to the rapidlty of growth [ the assoelation had cxperleneed since lt* organlzatlon three months ago. In ei plaininu the pnrposes of the a.sociatioa he said: "Wc have been widely ad.ertlsed aa or ganized to tight get-rtch-qulck sChemea. While thls is a worthy object. it is, how? ever, in< idcntal to the fleld of usefulnei*. i we hope to occupy. We are not expectlng to pubthm a hlaokll'i nor to act in an *d vlsory capadty on questions as to what the Inreetor should or should not boy. Th^ IndlfMual bousae must continue te do thls work. The furthest that we can gO bl tirst to keep our nrmibershlp of the Ibigbeet charaeter and our own akirts eleaa and to glve such moral and actlre ' anpport iti rooting out of the fleld aueh Iget-rich-qui k schemes as our meana-of | investigation may warrant." i Mr. Hayil.n in his address Mrat out linod the teaning of the term "blue aky leglslatfon" as almlng to destroy the BOflB* aaaa of those who sell traudulent Or otherwise non-meritorious securlU**. J Probably the expresslon "blue sky'' la I u-ed, he said. because- the makera of bad | securltics are concelved as capttall-lng the blue sky and selling shares ther*ln. j He conitnued: ! "Any blue sky law follows one of t*o tbeorlea, whooa oppoaltkm in principle la [as ..Li aa r*preaentatl~a government. aad (i- eepedally EamlMer to American-' in these llmod These opposlng prlnclpl*!' I are patcrnali.m and democracy. ln th<* prOBCBt BPPllcarJen one would make gor 1 ernment legufale buslness by par.alng jn advance on the meilts of concretc trana actlons?the other by ponlshing trant gr, s-lou of a prcscrlbed general rule." Kaii3.cs is the only state. Mr. Haydfn aald, te ha\ e in force a blue sky law, and this niea.sure, ba malntalned, was of the pat.rnalisti- typc and unsatisfactorj. He went on: "I thought I knew what the Kaneas law meant. but wishiug to be sure I ?*nt to Topeka a typkal general circular of a well aatahllahed bond house and aeked whether tha bonda deacrlbed thereta wer* within tho punrtew of the blue sky la? The Banhtng Department replled thet tneaa a_curl_ea could not lawfully be gBM ln Kansas wlthout the department's ad ? approval. Boene hou.es have -a* manj aa two hundred i?su-s repreaented on tli.ir llaU As to .ach of these IsBUfs. except doBBCBtk munlcipals, advance sub mlaeaon of data and approval thereof would he neceasary. The factor of delay mu.'t ba consider.-d." Mr Hay.leu said his own State ef Ohlo was trytng to aohra tha question by brtng Ing the clemocrati.: prlncipie into play. Th-' etami nta of a fair and Juet meaaur*. he declared, arould be the lictmstng of the. dlalrlhutera ot aecurttlea. the publldty ef data reuittvc f-> the merits ot securltl** an.l the penaltle* for freud or other un law ful conduct PULLMAN CAR QUARA5TI-OT Thrc- Passcngers Unwilling To Be Vaccinated Must Remain a Month. I istle Boeh, Col.. Nov 2.'.-The quaraa tlli, whlch held nmc passengere h*r* . m,.. . i aterday when the Pullman ca*. in whleh amalleoa was found, waa ?r Idered cul ofl a Banta F> traln, haa been lengthened tao weaha, Unleea Mr. and Ifra w ' stilgehourr and their ?on. ef Angelee, aubmlt to vaceination h7 I the Coiorado itate health authoritlea thay wlll bar* te reaaata four weeks. When the health authoritlea arrlved ! here to-day they found Mx of the pa* [aengera wllllng to bo vaccinated, and* i retoaeed. 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