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stand at onee. Seid They Were Mra. Sulzer'a. t-'nly less Important, In the estima? tion of the managers and their i OUnsel, aa? the information they rscelvadjfrom Mr. Fuller, who is heed of the firm of Harris A Fuller, who handled an ac? count for Sulzer for several years, Fuller swore that in the latter part of July, the day after he ?ras subpoenaed to testify befort the Prawk?) commit tee. he fiaw the Governor at the Kx erutlve Mansion at the Go\ernor's in? vitation. He t..Id Bhlteer that h?- would refus* to testify and to produc? his books if his lawjira said he could io so Thereupon the Governor, he said, told him if was the ..pinion of Louts Mar? shall that he ne* (J not teatlfy, and that there was much doubt about the legal? ity of the appointment of the legisla? tive cosamlttee. The Qovernor offered lO supply an attorney for him and to \'*y any expenses to whn h he might be put, he lestlfled. but he said be would rel> on lus OU n law > er Thereupon, he continued, ihe Gov? ernor told him that the a* unt.? s which ha.j figured in the William Sulzer ac? count and OH Which mono) had been loaned at various times were Mr?. sni? per's Fuller said thai th.- Qovernor bad told him that Mrs. Sulzer had a loan with the now defunct Carnegie Trugt Company, of New- fors, and that In order to take up the loan, for which he had given his note, he had deposited ? lirltk s belonging to Mrs. Sulzer u. Ith Harris & Fuller, and borrowed thereon with which to pay the note. Account Was Speculative. Puller said the g<> . erner had told him this in the Executive Mansion in Ai tan] on Jui;. 30; when he had ?ailed there at Mr. Bulser'a request after r?? ?ening a subprrna to appear before th?> Trawler investigating committee. ' Mr. Fuller, you know that the$e se furities were Mr?. SulzeVs. don't you?" the <;o\ernor asked him. a?-?-ording to the witness. The broker said he replied in the neg? ative. "'Well." said the Governor, thes' >e ? unties belonged to lira S inter when I brought them to you,' " Full, r tes? tified. " She had a loan with the Car? negie Trust Company. They required me to gi\e ;i note every three months. rnd it was very annoying, so i t-ok the sa utitlea down t.. you and borrowed the money from von." "I said to Governor Bulser: 'That may al] be true. There is no evidence Of am thing of that kind on my books and cannot be proved b) roe. ]e ?i ,. true you'll have no trouble in proving H by the boo?? of the Carnegie Trust Company.' " from Fuller fie . ounse] for the im r'achniert managers also ob aine.l t?sti mony to show that the nulaei account, in *rtl*h no trarisaetion tore Mi? Sulzeis name an?1 In Which she had never 1*"Jred. was .list an Ordin?r Wall Street stock a mont from the. time it was opened In ap to the dees of Wit, after s ; ?t ?= eieetion. Pnrchasas, *?*<* and loans on Mo.-k figured in It ?'it at the end of last December there -xas n bookk?ephiK entry which traneferred 'hla u;cn sto-k a? '. of the kual ordinarily terme,: i speculative account Into the r^rm of a loan Call* for Margin? Made. The account showed not only a long; series of borrowing on eecurities brought to the firm by Bulser. but all f bas? and sal'- of other securities, qalla for "margin ' an?, the depoatt bv Sulzer of ia?h payments of sto-k in response to these ? The ?r.-ount regan in June. 1*10, when the Qovernor ?.?, ? i ahsree I Four.' worth Ht th? th<Mi market prl a J*..\C. and obtain? d thereon a P':'*? loan The next day, bOWOVer, he bought through th? firm In) shares ?.f the aarn- sto? k aeatnst whi<h h< gave n?. security except the eOjUtty In his first Ms shares. Then "Big P< ir ' et'f.11 t?> tumble in the market, gad ; of the S a I was ? rocote ??; efforu by Mr. Burner t" k?-ep up the "margin, a? di*. i'.f.i m ha? ters Hams & Fuller wrote to him, using that term In demanding that the deficit 1n the ??.count b.- restoied. sixteen thousand dobars in cash, which the Impeachment managers alleged forme?! a part of the Governor * campaign ?on trihutions. wns u.^ed in meeting these ???is for "margin," acordlng t?> the books. Pmally, in .inly, im, Lieutenant L M Joaenhthsl, a Near >oik bsnker and a rn'mkr of the Governor s ataf?. came to the re*, je b paying off a debit balan? e against the a'count of *>',,7.# and taking up the securities At this tioM the Governor had had put into the amount, acoordlag t?. the books, 17;,r;:<. either in stock ..r cash and nis net ?less, excluding the amount pal 1 i> loaophthal waagMM Th?" Governor a ithorlze?! loaephthal to ? the account In a not? to Han. g Fuller, pr?>du ed in evident e. as follows: "Please deliver to lieutenant I onanuuv der 1.. .v. .'osephthai the ?aacurltlea 1 ow held as collateral m n ? knui upon the Payment of the debit baian-e thereon "WILLIAM SULZER, Por MRS. gULZER." Puller, a, den;, mg that t.. ins knowledge Mrs. Sulzer ever had anything to do with the account, said that he had never seen tii" noto unt? it bad been shown t?> him when lie was Called bef?>rf the imptach ment managers m New fork City. The note had teen delivered t?> h.s partner, he explained. Changed to "Loan" Account. "Are you able to state," asked Kresel. for the managers, "whether tl is note was hi the ?condition It 1s now In when 1t wax rres-mted bv Mr. Josephthal to your rartner?" "I did not see it." re.teratel Mr. Fuller. in cohtroversion t?> the Gtovernor*a I You Can Stop Those Headaches M( TOST heed aches are congestive. Slsor d e r e 1 stomach, fsalty digestion, slug gist) circulation all ' produce ce agesti?n, con ' stipation andheadacbes. aVmove the poisonous matter which causes 1? ' mi your headache dlsep pears. The remedy which moves your bowels qulekly and re? stores a normal condition la HUIfTADI JAItOS WATER, the natural laxative, 1, alais taken in the morning or at any time on an empty stomach acta within an hour or so eurely and , vastly. Why not stop auch keadacnee. Ost a bottle at aay Drug gtore today. MELVILLE B, FULLER i characterisation of the account as a \c i ouneel for the Gbevernor'a accusers di I from Fuller an admission thsi on r>rc? ! he.- .?. 1913, two days before the fjover v?^s Inaugurated, the debit bslsnee the account had been entered as a U bj ti.e mm to Oovernor Bulger, t e waa approtimateU J40.fi>>. Ku; admitted that it was purely a beokke >T\g transaction, and that no not? | beei given by the Oovernor ?s ev-idei of ti e Indebtedness. on, described a? a "en entry," prevente?! tioe of th% stocks collateral In the firms routine trans; lion?, the broker rvplained. How dkl >'0U om? to do it?" he v? "Probablj ? | led, "hecause r er thought it was not w.se to ha ? ?:??? going ?round the Stieet In Wl I i?m Sulxer*! name." "Don't ?'"'i remember hsvtng ? t? with Mr. Bulser, about Decembei in which he told you In aubstsnee th I to the ? ange In hla situation l Il r - ? on he ahouhl pre! that tiie accounts which ne wsi with your firm IhOUld 1"? thus tran ferred Into an illeged loan?" ? i (j., not " replied the s 11 Hints Books "Doctored." "This . rot'- ?-rtr; . ' which Puller asi ?as msde DJ hi? cashier, "showed upe its face Kreeel Bald, that It was n? j anade on the date upon wbl< h It rjrrort ad to be. It was also brought out that In JUIM B fier former Oovernor K. E Bprlgi of Montana, an old-time friend of Mi S'ii/T. hsd contributed i check for 15 M 1 ere w.is another "croa entry" trsnssctlon by which it sppeeret that the firm loaned the Governor IS'..1"""!" ? it ?as ail almpl ?> bookkeeping entr. I It?" asked Kreeel. "ir \n~ n i oea entg paying off >w [loon and making another, explained tic I W it! ' I with Puller o:i the etand counsel foi the Ism bl manager? began to lay th? I foundation for proof Of the . harpes in thi eighth artede ol Impeachment that th? Governor had used his offc ial position tc I affe't the current "pi cea of aecurltiec ?listed on the N?-w York Stock Bxshanga I in which he was speculating." The m t U chargea thai h< Bret m?. d the pass a?r? of carl iln legial .tion and then - drew or attempted to withdraw It. "Did yoi at tear befon Governor Sulxsr earh in t> is year with reference to c^r tHiti legislation which was pending affe.-t ins; th?? New York Stock tSxchangs?" ask'd Krcsri "1 did. was the brokers reply. "At that tlnv Governor Butter'a ac lO'nit w a? st.11 OUI -fil i ?" "It v 11 S<ilwell One of Actors. i A Complet? re ord ?>f all th? "Stock I Exchange reform v.ills Introduced at the I regular aeaslon of the Legislature ai the rocommendatlon of Governoi ?uir.rr w.i?. thus placed in evidence. Eepectal em phaal? was placed upon the executive ? apeelal message ur^i'iR th? passage of the bill designed to double the tax on transfers Of stock It was shown that the measure was introduced on Febru? ary 4 b] Senator Stilwell, non- s pris? oner In SniK Siiik. and that It was not reported out of the Committee on Tax? ation and Retrenchment Tlio mnriaecr's counsel stnt?-^ they would ?how that the reason the bill w-fis '. not reporte.) wii? because the Oovernor | had withdrawn bhi advocacy of it The} announced that In this connection ih? ; : would Inquire dosel) Into the public' Maternent made by the executive I March 10 la announcing that he I "withdrawn the stoek transfer tax I At that time the Qovernoi said: "It bas arouse.I considerable, oppoj ; from sagacious business people thrc OUt the Mate, and I think much uf : Oppoeition ts well founded and that : bill goes too far in placing too gre ! humen of taxation on a single Induet The following day Senator Stilwell 'that Governor Sulzer In announcing .the bnl would b? withdrawn Without 'suiting the introducers had treste I I legislators 'like rubber stamps" Teke Up Sarecky's $4,000 Job. i John H. Stan?'hf1eld made an unsuor fui attempt to introduce testimony .tolm i\ Hirdse'e. secretory of the I Service Commission, regarding the stsllstion "f Loula a Bareek) Into ! Immigration aervice after als resig lion .is campaign secretary to the c? ernor. Judge Cullen held that the i timony was not competent at this ti but might b" Introduced later. Idreeslng the court on the propo .testimony Mr, Btanchneld outlined ? be expected to prove i>\ Birdeeye. said that the Governor induced the C Service Commission to give Fare I without examination a position as r.n i animer of the alien Insane at M.09I year, wheress Bareek; received bet?< HAM and %::j*> as secretary. The reason .-rt forti by the Goven for exi'iuding Barecky fi. axsmloatl w;.^ ins "extraordin?r] Btneea I Btanchfleld ^ai?i He further ca'lM . tent.oi, to tii.' fact that th?* pe tiot Which Barock; fell heir was formet occupied by a physfc ian. All of this was preliminary. howev? to proving tii. bo^id of managers' char that the Governo Induced Bareek) t... : fuse to testifv before the Krewley cor mittee. It Will be assert'"! S.l!?--k a this attitude beeauae, he had be? given the position. Crank M. Patterson, a Ne? \ ?? i u. lai ?er. testified to giving JjO? In cash t Bubier, and former Congressmsn Ifsrv? ? Gerber, of Ohio to giving a check f1 I N Patterson ?aid that he, bad t?ia<-?' ? ' i tlon upon the use ??f his ? m ti ? larber ?-aid that h< he I sent 1 check "within t'-n minutes sftrr i ha rea?l that the Governor was nominated While Aaron .1 Levy, chairman, an othe.- meinher. ,,f the Assembly b'.srd 0 msnsgers hsv? he^n gi.ing OUt report for week? about the lltght >'f Witnesses. it la becoming more and more apparen as the esse progressai that th*?? stortei wore in the main merelv to lead the pub lie to heller?! tnut Bulser ??r bis counse a ( ?? responaible for 11m dlaappearanci of the men sat'i te be wanted i.u'. m .^ar?? k ha?l t<> for? e himself upon th?' at t?-ntion of the subpoena .???-r\.i.s befor? they could see him. ami then, ?o far aa anything i a.-> developed, i> .va* not badl) wanted foi ther? has been IW big ex posure by him of unaccounted fot cam? paitrn contrlbuttone aa ";iu prorolo od. in fact, he never has been ?ailed as a Wit? ness A similar ?ase was explode^ to-day when ex-Judge Joseph A Hell, of Yon kers. attorney for the Btock Exchange firm of Fuller f? Gray, was Interrogated On th" st.in?! as to the whereabouts of ??. R, Gray, a partner In th?- firm. Th* Assembly m?nagera have been saving all along that ?ir.o area th< "ne man a no < "?lid connect Bulser witn the ato< k "Ac counl No, .'?'. and that he ?a- missing Mr Hell sal.l, however, thiit up t., Srit'ir ?lav at noon Mr. Gray hud been In his ofb et dail) at .No Ml Fifth avenu?, "a*here there la no peeslMllty of conceal? ment." BROKERS CONCEAL SULZER'S MARGINS AS "LOAN" IN BOOKS isifior Kreeel, of <oun?--i te the mane< Rrr?. occupied fue morning ?melos si wen ss part of the afternoon In an ?->. animation el Melville B. Kuller, ?>f Harris <\, I uller, the at? k brokers who eanl^d the oalj open account, boldly carried under the name of William Boiser, that the prosecution baa yet ahown, Mr. Killer rave the impression of be log ready to make a dear and ? onne te.? ?lutcment of thf dealings between his firm and Sulier. hoth before and after he became Governor, but Kiesel dallied ?ind repeated himself ?o much that not only the witness hut PreoMent Cuiien tire,i of it puller tried to obviate any Bjoceoalty for au h tectlca by Kreeel by eie;.r and detailed answers and Judo ? uiien attempted to end needleea deinv? t.v correcting Kreeel at numerous point? In the examination. Fulbr's atory covered the same ground as thnt covered In hit evidence before the Prawley committee and later before the As?.ml.1\ hoard of manager? When he earns sows to the point just prior to the Inauguration <>f Sulser si Oovernor, when Harns * Puller, bv a i.kkeeptnf entry, trenaferred the akilaer ?tot k deal? ing aaargin a< < ount ta a loan account, Kr?sel brought o:t that the allege?! loan ?.i; nothing more than a renaming of th. bekencc ol the Bulser sto.-k ?baling ??count Pullet aid.it fini that it meant mere h thai it would be malar for thr firm to keej. Boiser*? sto. k cei til), at , 'ii its own i??SI ?Ion if the aaesunl ?as ? ?mo?! a? a loan, and then Judge Cullen tool, a hmid in questioning the witness j "Wont you explsln exactly shy it ?raa Jan.I what it mean ?' he a.skfd Kuller. .' "What ?as tlia r?v-?">~ ??? U?i? ?.i^yjjs?>1 Apperentlj it was an ordlnsry account i urrenl b* fore thst." "Tee, sir." Puller repUed. "Wh; did vou i hange it, and did you have an) eonversatl??n with Qov<?mw Bui* zer about the change?" lu.ice Cullen pur? ined Fuller answered that he had M COUVeS aatlon with the Oovernor about the f hange, and that th? only object was that Instead of taking thooa *eiurltics and put? ting them ou? in collateral loans the firm would keep them In its box ami not use them, Ju?lge t'ullen commented that by su. h a move tin- Stockholders, instead of accommodating themselves, would m- relv limit their own power to tistr the se? un Bea. "How did vou come to do that11 he ai-ked "PrObebi) hecause inv partners thought It was wis- lv.t to have se. unties going around the Street in William Puizer-? name," was the reply. The successive entfiel and re-nitncs by Which Harris &? Full? t ?hanged th. ful? zer aeronnt from the status of an ordi? nary stoik apesulatlbn account Into ? loan account und back again furnished the only chsptei of the Fuller testimony on Which the witness was in any way back? ward. From March 1*. Me, when Sulr? r opened th. aCCOUnt with a deposit of Ml shares of "Rig Four" Railroad stock, on the ?6.0Y? loan for which he margined the purchase of soother Us share? of the MUM stork, until July |tf, of this year, lets than a month i" fore his impeacnment, when he aent Lieutenant Commander L If, Josephthal to pay off the $26.000 bal ance he then owf.j. Puller Ian) hare all the dealing? m the account. Th':e revelations Included the per ea.ptory demands, both by letter and te]i gram, for margin an-1 Uh threat to "SS h.im out" last June, which Harris & fallt sent to Go ear noi Balsar in the course c I their buafneaa with him, exactly as the j would send it t<> an> customer wtactx mat pmv were below the requlrerocuta Thoee ?lemands. running fr??n; June to .lillv |g, when tiie account whs linsil I taken ?ire of b Joeephthal, gave Kres' ?an Opportunity to wi?>r out all < laim I that the account was a lOStl or an? thin, but an ordinary sto.-k speculation a count. Hemands for margin and threats !?' sei out, Kreset ssld, were not part of ft? working of ? loen account, and PuHe had tr-^t.f'o.i thai on December M Itl? hist before Sulaer'a Inauguration, th< ac ? oui t !"? am? . loon a? ount Then nft'r. without anj !""k record of a n transfer of th? alleged loan ac?c?ounl t? a stock a?'finit, th? demandi foi margii (?o:; . In Jene. "un what day then." queried Kreael I "between Decetnb nd June 11 ? ItU wna tins loan changed bach ir11 Ian account so thr.t ii n"v\ required mar gti r "It was nol changed." roller sdmltted i ? - des< i Iptlon of the firm's deal? j lrikrs wiMi Biilser waa covered brleflj the f?.ii..winc chronology Msreh II 1916 i Sui/.er deposited with Morris ? PuUci I Ml abares Pittsburgh rincinnatl. Chi . roc?. A Bt. liOUls sto'^k. May 17. i:?i<?. Rul< nei deposited 100 .-h.,r.-s lame ?stock: Ma: ,17. IMA H/.tris A Kuller aold the gg sharei foi Bulaer and paid ever to hhr pro eeds leee commission, balsncing th. aoi ount. Mr. B/uller -si?! that tiie firm ha?l pre? vious '?-ali-igs with Bulser in esrltst reara ait of which had been bslsnced Up at those times. Showed Weakness for "Big Four." .June ?7. Iflt, Harris A Puller received from Sulzcr IO0 shsreS Of "Big Font' railroad stock, on whl< h they loaned him KJOft, enjk value that dS] BJC*; June '.'T. ? I'd*, i larris ? Kuller bought for SuUefa lae.-ou.it 1"i shares of same st"' V. at ' MJSl; June ?D and July ? Harris ?. Ful 1er demanded niore mai gin from S?j!zer. | July ' Sulzer deposited JX? shares of ? "K|g Four" stock, on which they loaned him ST.AM, and flul/.er deposited the .-heek In the Carnegie Trust Company; July If, Harris A Fuller sent to Putzer a check for Bjoo, which b- deposited in the Car? negie Trust Company; November 11, IfIA "Hlg Four" sto? k was ai tt, ami Bulsei liad on deposit with Harris &? Fuller l<?t share?-- on whi'h they ba?1 advanced him gftjAlSAS, leaving a margin Of RMS; On B cnii for more margin S'ii/.fr deposited with them IN ?bares of American smelt? ers ami took OUt SN "Htg Four"; April M. MU, Hair's ft Puller bought m shares .?f "Hig Four" for Rulxer'a nccounl al ?" Bl I the next day Sulzer deposited with th. m snother "?? shores of "Big Foui June :i Bulxer delivered to hi, brnkors inn sha-e? of Southern Paetne, which t ? ?"id and give him fiABM in currency; July 1?. 1?". BulSSr delivered 100 shares of "Hig Four" to th" Fuller firm. No i resaber t?, Ha tris <* Fuller gave him $1 ? In ea?h From that ?late th rough lo .lui;.. 1! j Fiibr teetiSed, there had been no ? nsr 'in th? account except the crediting . nda and the debiting of infer ; charges, bul In the steady declining "Big Pour" ateca Bulser'a margin h | gut h-w and tbej demanded mon proti tion for the account They did not N from the Congressman) however, an i Nov.imtM r Iff, iai_\ when Bulser ?ma >. ndldat? f<r Oovernor. un that da I Bulser personalty paid to Fuller, t broker -vor?. 1)0,000 In cash Tht trsi ! action t....k place In Bulser'? efBce ;?' N 111 Breeds ?r Counsel Object Too Late. <2'n December I, 1912, Sulsei ordert I them to buy soother 100 ?bare? of "B Pour," thia tune ,,t ;.: F*ul1ei tt ?tlfle and on December 'ti. 1012, Bulxer paid Uw i oken hVOOO j,, ,ash. The next di i. took out, NO aheres of "Big POui ?and at the end ?>f I ?. ?comber the brofcei M -lares of?"BIS Four." BO ?hart of Smelter* and 'c.i share? of Southoi I Bulst r liad ?ira".i: agah I '<''?'? | ? . Th? total maiki t valut .>f tl int wa? MStJOO, ai d lulst r'a margl wai HOB T ?? renaming of the account tc mak I it appear as .i "loan" wss teken i" thi m ;i discussion ol the entry ui the brok I era' book? on December SOX IMS, of a losi to Bulser of HO.0U. Kreml fought ov? the form of thia entrj s/lth Puller, bu [while Puller was read: to admit tha tio- "loan entry" hsd been madi aolt foi the sai-.e ... sppeananc<ea and to pre ?????ni Bulser'a ?to.'k from floating sroum the Street, he conl nded thet the entrtet i in his i.ook? ve... absolutely regular .The ledger containing this entry, With : paper pinned over the name? and ac . ounts of other clients on the page, ?a: passed around ror the Inspection of tht Ilie;nb?T.s of the court. LoUlS Mai.shall, for the defence, ob it .-t..) to .', j ? on .;.!...iti.m of the Harrii d Puller ledger entry on tins pont, or th? ground that it m ut an a. t of the witness, made without the knowlodgi "f th<v Oovernor, and one which did not In any wa-. bind th? Oovernor, i? ? 11 Judge Cullen, intimating that Marshall should have, objected to the entire Puller evi? dence bef?te It Tv.,s presented, ruled that he could not ??hut ou? tin- itnal detail? I when th* defence had felled to a i io the substance "Vou have allowed it to co In," said I Judge Cullen ? it i in evidence now. j ami the court cannot ?lo other than t.. let it stand. Ol course, unless your client la connected with it In some wr-., there is no inf. enct uj tinal oui i lent from it. but i a ill not, at thia 11 ig< after it ha ? g.c- In, prevent it " Thereafter, it appeared from Puller's testimony, the account was credited with ,i check from ex-Governoi A '?? Bprigga, <??? ? . . N associate for- B.OOt on ai I ? m ?lividei da mi the ? ? ?la?. On ' . ? I, the hi tfti i . r'a ordei I the a? count il w i tit a balance whl? h Su 1130,0 01, which Ltled In the ! tunhi ? b) the ?die. k Of Ul 111 ant ' omma id? ? ' M J. ? ?; hthal SULZER TOLD CONTRIBUTOR HE HELD GIFTS "PERSONAL Cornelius I Ptnckney the Nee I iaw\?r, v?.is the second men on lbs st in the afternoon, lie as d t her and Noveml ' I ? h - offl< ? ?,', the lanw se Bull Nov< bar I, he .-aid. le went ? office f.f glllaer tO *e* t Im lie bad engagement t<? ^<-? him Bt " candidate *.-* bue; al thai Urne, so ?li'i not see Im th?n. ? r went In ist? ? ontlnued 1 ' I loa't know lUSt foi ' " Bt hOUl 1 H' 1 '.liked t ? h m .. ; I ? whethei ' r wsa la need of ai II? >a' i il \t Yu h ,1 no ? I I i ? taking H in fa rt he e ould contributions ?" 'err a? the ner?<>ns w gm ?? it to ' Im felt a? tho igh t .. . eo afford it and i sat down at tin-' deak ? started to a rtt?? n checl He took t'A?. I lai k ? I.. ke t" But? office, and remembered that !>? wroti the toe rat Hi had It half ma out to the order of Bulser whei - ? told him to n ?ke it out t.. Bai he took 'he other one Berceky h? handed It to Bulser, ? thanked him for It "Now, aa you started to go out of I office did Bulser any anything to you aske,| I loor Kiesel for the prOBO) It OH "Vcf. sir. he did " ??What -in b< aa "He sail that this was a personal ma ter between himself and nv self, that I considered anything like this as a gil I think was the word be used -and th h* did not intend to make any record i any kind or account for the check. If remember exactly his words wen I ? n.?t intend to account foi theee kind ? gifts, th.s must be made to m* persoi aib . don t asy anj thing about it. it slmpl; i" i e sen ?"i and mj a if Preceding Plncknej on the stand al t1 ?fieri,? ?.n BeSSion WOS Melville It I'ulb who continued from the morning sessie hut (vpiati.'it.on of the Bulser i The account waa i loa< d on Julj II ??f thl vear. tie testified, when it waa taken ov< by Lieutenant Commander Joaephthal e order of the Qovemor The debit balnoce then st??od KM.7M1 representing a margin of about J?. s??? t the good bOCSUSt Of the market price c the s?'untie? Before the account wa Closed out the firm had BOUie talk wit ex-Governor Bprlgga of Montons, one <j Bulser'a sasociatea, who mode some at rangements for the taking <?\er the ac count by Joaephthal Did Not Know Mrs. Sulzer. The actUSl transfer of th" SCCOunl Wa not made until July U, although nrrange meats were begun on July II This, l'ul 1er said, was beCSUM the thai dl?l not ge OS Offidal order until July I.".. Thai opb'i from the Oovernof w.,? the letter broughi out in the heailugs before the board ?? linn.hment managers bearing tho si? natun "William Bulser, f??i Mis. Bulser.1 Puller ?as mterrogah I at length about any connection which Mis. Bulser might have had with the account. He said he la?) never seen lur at the <,trhe. ba?l never ha?l anv transaction with lur. th" nooks of the firm showed no buetncoa done with ber, and t?i the best of hi." knowledge ehe bad never been m the tirni':- office. She tiev.-r paid the flrni anv money in connection with the sccount or received anv money from the iinn in the three ve,ns In Which the BCCOUOt ' ?i The Sulzer aCCOUnt, fuller testified, shown) ? lOSS Of Sx .?14 71 when Joseph! hal took it over, fisurfd according t" the privo of the Securities when Sulzer deposited them. KYom thta financial ?id. r.r t!?. si fair, counsel for the prosecution then skipped to the work of the Prawley to? rest Ige ting eommlttee and its reulta He broughi out that i'ulbr hid been Invited t.. .Mian to see the Governor nt the i.\ acUtlve Mansion "ii July Mb the day aft? r he had been subpomscd to te.-tif> before the h gtolattva ? ommlttt e "i went Into Ma Horary after dinner," Bald Fuller. "I said to him that I bad i been ?ubpceneed to appear before the M. e With my hook?.'' Then fellow fd the GoVil nub St itement th his Arm t.. Mi? Bull l Ul ? thst t for hit ? ' ? ? i a the state of 1 i ; bul ? ? d dn'l d i ntu h of tl I The ? ? nor. l Ulli i ! ted lid not I to teat If y it ? ? tht ? ''ve rommltl ? did not ? ii t.. hl t Intei ? ; . : w.n Sulzer Also "No. 63." Under furthei ?? oker told ' ippoaranct before the Prawle) rommltte? and the next Inter? vleu he had ?sith the Oovernor on Bop? tember 11, he thought tl thai I me he pi '.n leed I give tra rlpt of th? ? . ount to ex Fudge Herricl of i counsel, end to explain t?. him anything he ?,< . ? knoa about tht "I told tht ?....-.. .. aid, "I it i i ...j received ? t.. api i ar .?? ? KYawIe; i ommittee und had i.e. n ..dv lo d t .?? It v ild be be it lo .. :i;. QUI itlO ' : I Puller asid that early In the \r.ir i ? had appt art d before the Uovci : ??-.? certain Stock Exchange legislation then pending The ?? eunt was running In hlg oftle? .it ? The Bulser a co int, th? broker admit t.?i. had been known on .???>?.iM??n a1* "No This, he explained, was ?o that the name "Bulset would i ol have to be BhOUb d 0 It In the ,,||. . bill o ?. ? It? 11 w.. dered ' ? ? , n g< neralty thai ? ? d .i bn n?t? for ? ? i t.iin p. oplt ? . sont ... ount? liad '.bei ? ?? v? oll .. i ,. "i ou ni- an, ' mi. rr".. .1 Pre Ident ? ul lau, ' thai tht r? ? ? i ? .-ome pt ople >..ti wem nol ? partit liai aboul '" 1 v. a s/ered the ? Um . It? . Kplalnsd that it waa not the t..m of hu? m o, nor tht custom In Wall Street so far as he Knew, to number a. ? ounta In thai fashion lloal sp -cu latlv? seoounts, though, were numbered, whereaa Inactive accounts were run by names Through Henri G tdams, a clerk In the oil.f th' Secretary <>f State, and Krn eat A Pa , the Journal < lerk of the Sen at?, tb pr.itlon laid the foundation for its charge against th? Governor >.r ml use of official powera in recommend" mg Wall str-'.-t legialstlon while keeping ? i. iiatli a a. ? ount in w .??i Btrt at. These aitneesee testlned sboul the intro? duction of Wall Street legialstlon by Ben* ?tor stilwell, m accordance with the flov? amor's m< ?? age and the passage of ?ueh few bilis of the number sa actually be-1 . m,?- Isau "PRETTIEST GIRL" SAILS Former Miss Valle Goes to Eng? land as Mrs. Nelson. amorira'a prettleet girl has gona Hereafter ?h? will belong to Bngiand, She sailed yesterday oU hoard the Kron? prinz Wilhelm as the wife of Jemes Hope Nelson, poio player and ?muer of an es tste m \\ gra Ickshire. Mis. N.l.son WSS MlM Isabel \alle. of I St. I.?un-, and as BUch received her till? of pulchritude from Mi ?. Btuyveoant Plan and lira Robert Ooelet at Newport last summer, Mr Nelson's boms before his marriage was in fOliSOtSIBhllO. but be gave it Up in order th it hi? wife might be near thn aasertean colon] in War a Ickshire. among the Nelsons' felloe paa engen w.-ir Arthur VOU Bl iescn. president of the National Alllan.f la-k-ai Aid Bockstleg. arhe is bound for the c.tng convention of lag.?i Aid Societies in N?rnberg, and Mrs. Hoheit I-;. l'?-ar>. arlfg Of the ilg> . oi ? hi of ihe North l'oie. 'MU?ES BANK MID; POSSE Ol? ? ?niinued.fmin f1r?t ps?e. hfahon lout ins gold wstch and chain ami BOO in ?ash, while his wife was compelled to par! with her diamond ring?. Fortunately, bflsa afabon wore no i? welrj. ? me of the men struck Mr. Ifahon ?>n the head with the btitl of ? revolver, and after ordering the three back into their ma hlne the highway men fired aeveral bullets Into the rear tires and doahed off Into the woods The bullets from the highwayman's revolvers pnt the sutomoblle oui of commission, and while 11 was stalled In the roadway sfra John Oordon, of Hackensack, accompanied by htrs. J. i Dhnmock, came by In her machine. Mr. Mshon waved them back, telling them of 'ho attach Just made on ins party by the robbers. i'hief of Police Titus of EngliWOOd I and polit e from BUITOOndlng ton tis in I itergen County formed ? posas and searched the woods for miles ?round. They failed to fin?! B trace of the high wayreen. DR. DIESeTDISAPPEARS Oil Engine Inventor Missing After Going on Ship. [S] OabK t> Th . Tribune. I London, Sept id.?Dr. Rudolf Diesel, the famous inventor of the Kiesel .. 11 engine, who left Antwerp yeaterdsy to i ?m? to London ff,r the annual meeting to-day of the Consolidated Diesel En? gine Manufacturers, has disappeared under most mysterious circumstances. Diesel embarked on the Great Bsstsrn . Railway Btesmer, Dresden, at Antwerp, in company with rjeorso Carets, a fel? low director, an?) was alloue?! a cabin to himself. ''u Hi" arrival of the vessel at Psrkeeton Qusy, Harwich, yesterday morning, Diesel waa missing. The ted in his cabin had not been slept in, though his night attire had been laid out. lr la conjectured by friends that f>iosei fell overboard during the voyage. He ?? rsslonslly wss troubled with In ? is, snd It hi possible that when hla friends retired to their cabina he d. i ??lei ti. continue his stroll on deck. He waa In the I < il of health ?mi spirits end had expressed the most! sanguin cxpectstlons of the future, of . engin? snd the development of the I . ?.nu?..m . TWO ADMIT BANK THEFTS Employes of Bayonne City Na? tional Took $7.500. Two ?s of the City National Pank "f BayonnS were arr?'Sted yeot ? fort ??? beaslement of |7,i09. The offender? aie Charlee k Jaeger, asalstant i Henry J. Klink, a clei k. % Rtrmv tt h unilton prealdi i t of the hank, riled b? hla i ounsel, as I ' "-' lodged a rom ; I ilrt b. f. re POUHty Judge Tennaiif. who I .i bench warrant, and Prosecutors Bennett an. M Dons I I ok the two men Into ? ijstody 'I'h^v admitted their guilt of non i ?lit. Th gi i! 'i Jn ' mi i . '?? . ? found an Indictment Jaeger en? i.i by frsdu lent entries on the ii"te discount record. Khhi ? ? ? t ' la p< culstion and h< lpe?l hin t of .ia*?. i '? cal i ?? ? - Neither explained *h.?t be did are held default of bail .b.ejjrr i? twenty-five* ?ara ni i and married Klink is nineteen ;md single. Both entered the bank after ? ? .; graduated fr"m the Bayonne High School. SCHEME TO ROB IN HOMES Woman Arrested Actor's Wife and Others Complain. \ ?? h< me for robbli ~ unsuspecting pe? ni their h" -. .| j saterda y b) aeveral women, who claimed the) were victim of Mi Blaor Lelghton, a pur? chasing agent, twenty-eight years old, of So IOH M ...i, -.ni av( i ue. TI a n heme, a' - ???: ling to the complainants, was t.. :n about offering a piece of dreae goods for sale al ? tempting r i ? < *^. note ?"here the woman of the house k?*pt her pocketbook and then appropriated the pocketbook, fi ? "i the com pig instate waa Mrs. Alex ? .hr, wif. of -?H si t"i VYhlle awaiting trial In Bpecial Bessions t- rda? "u m charge of pettj larc< m Mi Lelghton wa i arrested for grand lar . "ii the complaint of Mrs. Antonio Munoz, of No EM West tilth atreet Mr3. Mui". said the pfiaoner told her sh? sol?! fabrl - to many prominent theatri? cal women, and that on the evening be? fore her call on Mrs Hunos was enter? tained .?t dinner bj Mi. , 11 ? Id Bela o The reason that Mrs. Lelghton k?<oj for peddling cloth, according to Mrs. Munoz. a i- that ehe wanted to rendei aid to her huaband, who waa Buffering from tubercu? loots. Mrs. Munoa said she bought some , li.tb nr $! i, and that ton minUtOB alter the woman wen! away aha found thst ir r , purse snd 163 v\ ei a mil The police t"i?i her, ehe asid, that a , in arho a ork< ?i the ??.nue ahe de-1 : ? i ib. ?i under rsi lou allai es had been I arrested and waa to be tried in Special Bessions, and there ahe Identified 'Mrs Bradford." against whom Mrs. Can com plained, aa "Mrs. !?? Ighton. ' BOY KinJE^TA?fcTcHASED1 Playmates of Little Victim Vainly Hail Chauffeur. Ma* ''hapkov.it/.. twelve yeera old, of No. 709 Trinlt) avenue, The bronx, v\ .i trj Ins. oui hla neu roller skates in i feuld weil avenue mar lUtta street last evening when he was run ovei by a heav) auto truck. Isidore Wahl, ol No. 7M Trinttj avenue and Mari m Orees, ?if No ~-> CsuldweU avenue, playmates, skated .li? ter the trui h calling ??n the driver t<> stop, but the bitter put on all speed and ,ii appeared In a cloud of dust The boya hallad an sutomoblle owned b i ;. orge Bi ? rising? r, of No, Ml 1 IKth street, and Chspkowlti wss hurried t" Lebanon Hospital He died from .1 fractured skull as Dr, Oreenberg was lifting him "ii the emergency operating table. At midnight detectives from the Mer r??anle police station arrested Herman (?Xedlander, a poultrj man. m No. ;ni Bast Itoth street, mi b technical charge of homicide and held him for the cor? oner. Prledlsnder wss driving the truck and had stopped al ?< butcher shop a fen blocks below the acene of the acci? dent to deliver .-??m.? chickens About .t year .is?< bis mother was layered ?in an antomobile accident snd was treated for months in ? lirons hospital. feOH BREAKS BOIES AND MAY BE PUNISHED Self-Sentenced Convict "Looks Back" and Replies to Au? burn Prison Keeper. WORKS AT HAULING COAL Sing Sing; Negro Prisoners and an Italian Murderer His Teammates on a Handcar. Telegi igh to Th? Trll aae.1 Auburn, X. v. Bogt Id, -Thomaa Mott Osborne, or "Tom Brown," as h? Is now known, spent hi? OOCOOd day In tuburn prison eventfully. He was cau? tioned t?rl?ce for minor infractions and l.efoip h la s?ir Imposed term espires he i.?: receive punishment Jn the prison ? I 1jh.11 he inadvertently looked back" and a keeper InfBlmad htm that hi v on Id here to ".-'it that on:" An hntnhle "Tea I Am* from the mill? ionaire prisoner, and his fau.v pJ." wa? Overlooked, but lat?-r. While marching with the hrooin *hop gang In the yard. he got out of line and was ?autionel again. Thus far he hSS managed to escape punishment, but his conduct la the fut? ure will have to Improve. Thin morning h? was assigne?! to a gang of yard men who were engaged in pulling a hand? ier, laden with soft coal, to the various .-?Hi pita of the prison Industries In Hie gang nrero peveral negro prisoner? who had been transferre?! from fling Sing, an Italian murderer and lesser of? fender.*.. After the ?linter of mutton st?nr. with vegetables, baking povrder biscuit and <.offea "Tom Brown" was put to work In the brooni and basket shop. Be proved an apt pupil st basket making To-mo.-row Mr. <osborae may be put to work in weaving doormats, and lie then may be advanced to hroom making, ex? amination by Dr. Heacox, the prison physician, showed that th? new arrival's condition is MtlsfSI tory, and thus far he has not suffered from indigestion. There hSS been a decided hincase In the number of visitors to Auburn prison - nCO Mr usbr-Tie's arrival, but all of them have failed to recognize lhe Com* missioner, whose upvK-araiue has been changed to auch ? Segree that officer? -?? ;,.^ most intimate friends to :.;? m.:v him. Mr. Oeborne la 'n Ignorance of the ?aride Interest thai has been ?aroused by h;s ex periment outside the priMm. Befor* "lockli - ? Ight he was allow?ed to have one f,f Thackeray* a novels from the orison library, and be t<"ad until I iitjh's were extli gulal ed ?it I o'c tx k All it,..iii from pei ?on? o it ilde ol prison for permission p. Intervient ' Foin Blown" ?rere denied by Warden Ratl ? \ mass ol letters, telegrar ai I ol communication? addressed 'to Mr O .,?<?'?. ?:i Auburn, ;is he is t...' i ? .;t- I t . receive communicatlona while In prli i MI?IlI??T RM ON 1ER fnnf Iniied fr?.m flr?t pafe. lield to Ms head would Indut I ' apt the Tamman* nomination r. The inferen, o |<j that a 'gun' was hehi to him. Certainly, for - reason lie changed bis mind overs ? and accepted the dictate of hta organ* ?t Was if because that body I him li" must ?<> to the front and serve it in the campaign and, If elected, afterward"* len't thai why Tammany Hall rb'.-e.i him In the Bald? It Is rer tain, though, that he would not have been namoii as a candidate had If not I'cen the firm belief of the Tammanv ??a.1er (hat the fusion party was about to he gpllt apart by dissension." The first requisito of a Tammany rsndldate was obedience, Mr. Mitchel said, and ho mentioned the refusal of that organization to nnni" Mayor Oay nor for a se.-ond term ns an example. "There r*v"r was n more hrazen af? front, however, than that now ur.der way at Albany. It mattters not what our Individual opinions .ire or what Is the outcome of the proceedings at Al bany. The fact stands apparent that ttv> motive for the lmpea?-hment r<t Governor Suiter was not as punish ment for what he had done, hut for what he had not done at the orders and behests of Tammany Hall. "Tammany Hall knows no friends ex? cept those who serve it, as It knows no enemies except those who stand in its path to public plunder." Others who ?poke n' this meeting ?rere Mr. McAneny, John .1. ll>pperand William a Prendergsst, McAneny Praises Mitchel. Mr. Ultchel bad played a gplandtd pari m the city government for Uas lau i three ?ml a half rears. Mr. sfs? Aneny i I, in the Office Of the C?T poratlon Counsel ?is Commleeioner ?-f Accounts, as Prestdenl of the Board .?i' Aldermen ami as acting Mayor. Hi: w.is a man who vvouhI deal with the problema confronting the city go?.?in m.m m an Intelligent ami mastsrl) in.inn. r. ?f I am elected '" the Othes of Pr?s? ident of the Board of \id.nn? n." Mm apeaker declared, "1 shall not be gst!* Bed m? r? i\ t?> act on th?- Board ?>i i limit.- ami tpportlonment More run i? done bj th- Aldermanlc Board than has b..h done m th.- past." \\ h< ti Mr. Mitchel reached the (sect ink held ?j the Progressive party ?f the llth Assemhl) District, at \.,. |g2?j Church av enue, l latbush, be was greet. ed bj ? v- ihllj cheering throng >.f v,.%. . rul hundred Prei louslj several ..? i dldati - on th. ioc.ii fui Ion tick? t had outlined the Issues ol the rempatlrn ?| piupos. to buse municipal salari?e pot on pun, but on gen ice," said Mi. Mitchel. "There will be no Tammuny parasite? on the payrolls, and I he sa|. srlee '-vin h?- standardised, w?- whni Neu VoiK City to be a model '\,\ pli er. We ?lo pot want favoritism (>r ))iiii or prosecution, but xer\i?e ahd loj alt jr. "N?-w York City has n.ver h> ,, enelyxed. if i am elected Mayor it slsj i,. . The dominant Issue i- th.- quoi I It ??i wl,. th r the i.pie of thla city shatu 1.? allowed to ?-ni?- their own city <>?1 whether the government v\.|i he turned? ?ver to Tammany, is t' ?? Tnnmany ? tiger, ban a,i?l hiillgrv a it u?.\v i?-. LO ? ratten on the city tot th nest ius? l year?'.'" ?^ !