STATES & CITIES: Scandals of New York (Cont'd)


Scandals of New York (Cont'd)

Last week's developments from the manifold investigations, pressed and pending, into New York City's police, judiciary and executive administration were the following:

Crain. After a mysterious conference with Governor Roosevelt, Referee Samuel Seabury began to wind up his hearing of misfeasance charges against District Attorney Thomas C. T. Crain, aged Tammany Sachem. In contrast to the dubious witnesses who have come before the inquiry for the past eight weeks was the appearance of Dr. Raymond Mcley, professor of public law at Columbia University. Professor Moley...

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