that he discussed income tax liability with Capone,with no results; that he saw Capone again in 1926, discussing his income tax liability with him and also discussing a report that he (Capone) owned a string of race horese and had earned a million dollars at the race tracks, to which Capone replied the report was all "baloney" and that the horses belonged to his brother Ralph.
There is submitted herewith as Exhibit No.114, a transcript of the testimony of Peter M. Arl of Chicago, in which he states he was employed at Marshall Field and Company in the custom shirt department; had business with Al Capone starting about 1927 and sold him custom made shirts at from $18 to $27 each. From the records of the company he testified that on May 18, 1927 he sold him four shirts at $22.50; one at $23.00; three at $37.00 and one at $30.00; three at $12.00 and eighteen collars at $2.00; 24 monograms for $17.00; that on November 25, 1927 he bought three at $22.00; two at $24.00 and twenty-two collars at $2.00; on November 25, 1927, five at $22.00 and three at $24.00; November 15, 1929, six at $22.00 and twelve collars at $2.00; April 17, 1928, four at $21.50; two at $21.50; four collars at $2.50, four at $2.00 and four monograms at $1.00.
There is attached as Exhibit No. 115, a transcript of the testimony of J. Pankan of Chicago, in which he states he was a salesman for Marshall Field and Company; that he had transactions with Al Capone; that he sold him four union suits for $12.00 each and that these were made of Italian glove silk, that is a knitted very fine silk similar to ladies gloves.
There is attached as Exhibit No. 116, a transcript of the testimony of M. A. Oles of Chicago, in which he states he was employed by Marshall Field and Company and had transactions with Al Capone; that he sold him three union suits of underwear in 1927 for $12.00 each, and that at the same time he bought nine undershirts and nine shorts at $5.00 each for which he paid cash.
There is attached as Exhibit No. 117, a transcript of the testimony of Ira Gay of Chicago, in which he states he was employed in the Custom Tailoring Department of Marshall Field and Company being present when transactions were had with Al Capone; that he first ordered six suits for himself on April 18, 1927 at $135.00 each; that in 1927 and 1928 he ordered a total of twenty-three suits at $135.00 each; three topcoats at $135.00, one overcoat at $150.00; that he paid cash for them; that his total purchases were $2,635.00 in 1927 and $1,080.00 in 1928; that Al bought and paid for suits for four or five other persons at $135.00, also some overcoats.
Them are transmitted herewith as Exhibits No.118 to 124,
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