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Ijreat Saviwky casein which Krasov feky went Jntp" a "province that "fras ravaged by a mysterious haniL of thieves, .disguised himself as a ped dler, becamp a trusted member of the gang, learned .tjeir secrets, and brdught fifty of them- to justice, while, their leader committed -suicide- JHe determined to clean up thiavcas'e, like wise. , v f He learned tjiat two men in. Kiev who, knew faqts fit the- Yiscninsky murder had vanished. He traftad them to America, "adopted a suitable dis"- F guise, fpund them working near New York City, won their friendship and obtained their affidavits These men tell the identical same story. Agrgatniagsof girctjtostances od incidents has .been; dran from mem, and their accounts absolutely nam. ' ' y. r f TPheyhave consented. toTeturn and raftify, tfecessary. "" It Sk-expecttd thapublication 6t ibis story and tfe, facts,, in the affi feritftwlll caused gr&at sensation in Rusjia, where-the persecution of (he Jjews is-moredrulwit than ever since tbeBeilis trial. . ' dOid S GATHER TO DjSORfeDrpMOVE OF STATE'S ATTY OFFJCE Chicago's biggest .income taxpayer, Julius Bosenwaldand several other millionaires took; an. afternoon, off yesterday and wnt tp the county building to watch the meeting of the finance committee of the county board, f Orson Smith, banker for the Mar shall Field estate ,and president of the Merchants' Loan and Trust Co., was there. Also John William 'Scott, vlce-president of Carson, Pirie, Scott & Co., and Charles H. Thome, treas urer of Montgomery Ward & Co. They came with other members of the advisory board of the Illinois Training School for Nurses as part trf 1 6tf ghly a plan to discredit ine investigation now being made by Assistant State's Att'y Chas. C. Case. Case has been asking some ques tions lately.. He wants, to know Why the hospital directors , are buying bonds and making heavy permanent investments and at the same time qoming before the county board And demanding more money than ever for running the schoo v . On the face of its own records the 'nurses school is making money and salting it away in bonds and other placps. for monev whicfi, ire a lot saf ewn rat holes. City of Houston bqnda to the amount of$10,000. also 'tyere bought last yearT ' Property worth $218,945.27 Is own ed'by t&e School, of which $186084st real-estate, buildings and machinery. 'On? this, the depreciation vahje, last yewue'was $10,358.25. Tfrese aft the ', figures of Barron?, Wade-, Guthrie & Co., the auditors employed by the? school directors. Thesa" figures roused, interest in the state's attorney's olHee. "The law says that if a corporation Js eleankig up a profit from its business, thepdt, shall pay taxes. One purpose of the inquiry is to find out why the school is caUing for more money frm the county when at the same Qme itaaU ed-away $18,000 worth of bonds ?$ last year's business. Last year the schooLjipt $13,600 , a month from the coun&pMr& In March of this yearlt'fot $21,500. For April It demands $1,245. A written statement was read yester day by Mrs. Ira Croiich-Wood, presi dent of the board of directors, threat ening to pull out every nurse the school is furnishing to the County Hospital unless the county board comes across with this $16,245. Case explained that the increase in running cost and the pecvHar "bond investments and- the avoidance of'- taxes by the school would be thor- induired into before the state's attorney's office would recom mend the county board to pay more 1 expense money to the school.