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Webber say to you: "We have
made arrangements with the dis
trict attorney," and for you to
come in with them ?
Sullivan Webber said to me:
"We've fixed it. Whitman and
Smith want you to corroborate
us. If you don't you'll go back to
the Tombs. Here's your chance."
I told him I -didn't care; that I
wouldn't swear anyone's life
Bridgie then said: "We're all
Jews; stick with us. Becker is a
Dutch . Come with
us. We need you and I'll give
you $25,000 to buy a hotel with,
and give you a percent of the
profits. If you need any money
now say so one thousand, two
thousand or five thousand, but
for God's sake come with us."
I said: "You stuck me in here
and you can go to hell. I stopped
one murder and I wish I could
have stopped' this."
Mclntyre What did Mr.
Whitman say to you?
Sullivan He told me that if I
corroborated the story of Becker
meeting the crowd I would go
free. I said to him: "Sure, I per
jure myself and I go free ; I tell
the truth and get soused inJail."
Sullivan also tried to explain
that Rose had told him he had a
letter from Whitman saying that
unless he came through he, Sulli
van, would be indicted, but Goff
did not permit this testimony in
After Sullivan's testimony a
recess of two hours was taken.
Magistrate Appleton will be the
next to testify and then the state
will present its evidence in re
buttal. Justice Goff has limited
the rebuttal to two hours.
WE'RE ROOTING FOR YE, THEODORE
By Berton Braley.
Some of us have loved you and some of us have fought you,
' All of us have watched you with a very human pride,
And politics regardless every one of us has thought you
A bounding bunch of vigor with a dynamo inside!
We like your pluck and courage, and the zest of every action,
We hate to See you sufter with a wound that's playing hob,
And every mother's son of us will shout his satisfaction
When you are up and out again and right upon the job!
We may not vote your ticket, but we vote that you recover
4 We're rooting for you, Theodore, in south and east arid west,
We blame the wretch who-shot you, and our kindest wishes hoyer
About you as you battle with a bullet in your breast
Some of us have loved you and some of us been bitter
In the way that we have fought you (for the war was never
And w'e want you back in action, putting ginger in. the gamel