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OUNDUP OF ROSENTHAL ASSASSINS
PLANNED BY WHITMAN AFTER TIP
WEATIIKR Italn probable - ud Saturday.
I pro hf hi t o -n la It f n ti il ninr4lfi
EDITION.
PRICE ONE CENT.
WIDOW OF COL ASTOR
MAY CONTEST HIS WILL
AFTER CHILD IS BORN
Contention Likely to Be Made That
There Was No Specific Provision
For Expected
Already Open
There Is every likelihood, following the birth next week of a child to WAsWWCrTOJf, Aug. 9 -For the v
Hr.. Madeleine Force A.tor. that a ault 111 he brought by her attorney. SSI mZSSZ I
Judge Heury A. Gllderalceve. In behalf
John Jacob Aator, to break the will of the dead multl-milllonalre which waa
offered for probate on May 17 laat.
The way to aiKh a conteat was left open through the foresight of Judge
Ollderaleeve, acting aa guardian for Mrs. Aator, and It ran be Instituted
within the next two yeara upon e.ny ground other than that the document
Is not the authentic -will of Col. Astor.
Lawyers who hav been fn eommun'-
cation with members of the Tor
family hold that the will can he de
clared Invalid becauae of the failure
to provide specifically for the romlni
ajelr. The provlelon of I3,on0.000 Ml
general for any child that might be born
W Col. Aator.
If Mm Force should uoceed aa
guardian for thla child in having the
will declared Invalid, then there would
be a new division of the Aator estate
and the newcomer would share alike
with the children of hi! II' " T
William Vincent and Muriel Aator. It
rests with Mrs. Aator herself to de
termine what course she snail pursue,
according to William H. Force, her
father, of No. TS Front street,
WIDOW'S FATHER MAKES NO
DEFINITE STATEMENT.
"Will you state definitely whether
'gu vh a contest will be Instituted ?" w:is
laked of .Mr. Force to-day.
"I do not care to make any . tin la
statement," was his reply, "for 1 WhUld
not care to look ln-.o the future. You
can say that for the present there Is
no intention of bringing inch a con-
test. The matter hss never even bean
discussed by Mrs. Astor or In Hi" family
of her parents. Hut a for the f.i ure, I
do liot care to make any binding as
surance. "ilnce June lfi last Mrs. Astor has
been of age, and aha will follow the dic
tate of h r own mind, At that time
Judge Gilders: eve .vised to be her
guardian and beCeVma her personal coun
sel. He will advlaa her what to do, So
far as I am aware, Mrs. Astor Is iiulte
satlatletl and has no Intention of ever
contesting the will."
"Han you slate positively that there
will be n ntesl of the will."
"As I said ."'I 'm., I do But care 10
bind m self aa to the fu ure," was the
reply. "I I not mind I. Hiiik you that
there are a lot of busy bodlag In his world
firing advice lo i plo Who d sskt0 He talked as If he were In a
for It. Rome of ti are frleflda too. We ,, . . . . h.
have been ureal I;. unnuyed ever
Mil, e
Mrs Aator! return."
CANNOT TELL WHAT CONDI
TION3 MAY ARISE
M'r.r.... hi .i el ri'll :OKl .1 lie. n
might
......... ii. nifs with n- ci to t..e f.ittir.
action- 01 Mrs, Aetoi a la the Will.
That is the only reason Wh) I must
qualify as t" til future. on. can
never tell what might come up, It is
(Continued on Beoond Cage.)
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AT CLEVELAND.
HIGHLANDERS
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CLEVELAND
t'eorrlshl. 113. br
... .The N.w
Heir Way
for a Fight.
of tola new heir of the late Col.
WIFE AS BURGLAR
AFTERCHALLENGE
Matthew O'Callaghan Asserts
He Took Her for Marauder
in Apartment.
MERCHANT SHOOTS
Mrs M itth.. il'i'nllaghan. w'fc of a r" " ' ." .
, , , . xi- cji port the latter because he said It ha I
wealth,- cotton merchant of No. Ml . ,
been franc. I with disregard for the
Prospect Place. Hmoklyn, who was shot
In her home early this morning, recov- ..Moft of ti, Tat ltl th, ,Uhml'tei
ered consciousness In the Swedish Hos- I MIL" wrote the President, "are so low
pluil later In the day long enough to In themselves that if enacted Into law
tell Hr. Chaplain, the head surgeon who the Inevitable result would be Irretrlev
II attending tier, that her husband We Injury to the wool growing Indus
was the one who shot her. I fored idleness of much of
Mrs o-C.ll.ghan made this deelara- wool combing and spinning machtn-
ery and of thousands of Im.rns and the
(Ion without reservation. This Is the eonseuuent throwing out ol ,uiplov tnent
ton she ioid the surgeon: 0f thousands of workmen."
"My husband went away from the The bill sent to the White House Im
hOUM late last night after having had posed an ad valorem duty of 29 per cent,
a couple of bottles of beer to drink on law woo ani on clothe of 4'J per
a-ith my eon.ln.lgw, who lives In the rates, Mr. Taft held, were
I insunloltnt (o protect thi woui grower
apartmenl above. When he returned I hJ mafl,,tur,,r.
vorj late thll moi riing-lt must have it was predicted to-day that the wool
been 9 O'clock I saw that he was bill might be passed by the House over
Very drunk. Mr. Taft's veto, hut there was some
He demanded that ! should get out doubt as to Its fate In the Senate
I of bed and prepare something for kirn
Intoxicated before and I was afraid
"go 1 got out of bed and, putting a
klmoni over my night dress, I went
OUt I" th! kitchen. I Intended to no
. im la i t I be aiiriment or inv so i-
I In-law, but evidently my husband sua- In Washington until a bill lie consld-
I pected me ',,r be followed me to tBeltred proper was sent to the White
I kitchen I sab. be had a revolver In House. He found It Impossible, be
j liiii hand. said. In view of the platform on Which
I DODGED INTO THE HALLWAY
PAST HIM
"I rt'id-'id into the hallway pis', blm
i and '.in down la the front door which
, leads out into the public hallway I
man i 'ed to .-lose the door behind me
1 before he could catch me. Hut he muit
have ' ci my shadow
I he L'rniin ,1 . I
! glass n h! door. I bean! hlin yell
at :nc
"Lillian, la that you? If you don't1
answer. I'll shoot "
i did not aniwer helm im terrified; I
lit. a oe snot at me through the glass."
1 one of the buiiets was removed from
Mis o'Callaghan by the aurgsoni tins
morning. II WM taken frm the t I it 11 1
aide of her neck. The other, lodged be
;oiv h! JJ'. annul bs probed ijr im-'
t.l an X-ray photograph ts I alien. The.
(Continued on ieoond Pane.)
Last Two Days of Big Sale
f iv. MBV! l. I K sKIKiH si its, g4,0a t
I lie mux. . ioi .111 i orner. Ml nil,
win. . oi' Barclay n . opp Post-Ofno!,
..ii: soil to-day a-1 Bstordsy, the bal-
an t t i.li Mens i. i jit in,,,.
j Her IS Suit., also large variety of Out -
In. Molts, o llghi and dark niors all
Islaes; worth 11- in any otuer store
I Their special price to- lay and Katuiday
g.!S. uvsn sturday niaht tUl 10.
Circulation Books Open to All."
The Freae Publishes
Tork World.
WOOL BILL VETOED
BY TAFT, WHO ASKS
Killing Tariff Measure, He
Hopes Congress Will Try
Again Before Adjourning.
HOLDS TO HIS POLICY
President Against Bill Because
It Does Not Bear O.K. of
His Tariff Board.
tariff-ocheduio K of the Payne-Al
drioh law. With n mrmi of dlsnp-
pruvn me i -resident returned to Con-
eress the WII evolved aa a compromise I
between the House nnd Hcnate, holding
thai: its low rates Woufd bring disaster
to home Industries. He appealed to
Congress, however, not to sdjourn un
til it had enacted a measure to "sub
stantially reduce unnecessary existing
duties" without destroying protection
for the wool. Industry In the t'nlted
states.
The President's dlsspproval of "he wool
bill Is to he followed with similar vetoes
of the steel bill and the cotton bill.
The sugar 1,111 Is likely to he vetoed, gb
Is the excise tax Mil. the latter probably
on the ground that trie President be-
lleyei it unconstitutional.
I shall .stand by n,y pledges to main-
lain n aegTec or prviocnon necessiiry to
offset the differences In cost of pro
duction here ami abroad, and will heart
ily approv.n of any bill reducing duties
'o this level." wrote Mr. Tnft.
BILL MAY BE PASSED OVER
PRESIDENT'S VETO.
While the bill vetoed to-day and the
one disapproved last year were ldentlc.il
In terms, the Preeldl nt's reasons differed
He vetoed the former bill because It had
Republican leaders wen. m lined to be
1 lleve that It would fall of passage there
as it d d twelve month! Hg i
HOPES CONGRESS
WILL PASS
ANOTHER BILL.
The President declare. I In h s mes -
I mm that he waa analona to aee ached-
uie
K rev.sed downward and that lie
. wou'd I" glad to see i,nar. as remain
h! was elected, to approve the sub-
I willed measure, but declared one agree -
able to Ills views had been drafted by
nluorltv niembeis of the House Ways
and Means Committee
strongly goalr! t
reduee duties."
read the mesaags
1 I1UI IIUIUBii I"
doatroyed. II
now apiiears from th-
ONE TO SUIT Hi
tariff board'! report and from bills Incident; ti id charge of dynamite, be
'induced Into the House and Senile Said, had probably been In t lie. wail for
that a bill may be drawn so ns to be "nl" "'' ''" Pkbl "f
wtthin the requirements n protection
and still offer a redo lion of Ju per
lent, on must wools and of from 'ju
pel cent. 10 M per cent, on cloths
"Despite the efforts lha: have m.hi.
mada to discredit th.. work of re
iii-iff boardi their mpon i t i -lebedul!
hai beep accepted with .nee.
!v a d:-ilt ng vole.- as i I il,.,...
familiar with the problem a ii - ise.l,
Including active representatives of or-
lanisaiiona formed in His inlsreel of
public an i m wnoumer."
-
Another Oppertnalty to o woc-.i
row Wilson Picture.
1 Owing to the gret succeai of lata!
gundat s i.rfei another woodrow w.i-
eon Jilctun coupon good for the
, splendid iiboioaravure will be u to Wl
in nsst unda a World. '
NEW YORK, FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1912.
DYNAMITE BLAST
FIVE JJURES SIX
Cartridge Is Accidentally Ex
ploded Under 100th Street
and Central Park West.
BIG ROCKS CRUSH MEN
Others Narrowly Escape Death
as Drill Pounds Into
Heavy Explosive.
Once more, to-day, dynamite subbed
out from the dirknesi of the lorkbo.md
caverns of the aqueduct tunnel, l-.un-dreda
of feet below the surfaee of the
liland, to alay and malm the worker
who are boring like molea far heneith
the worll of aunllght. Five were killed
and six others were seriously Injured
in the lightning blaat of a dynamite,
cartridge accidentally discharged In the
aqueduct shaft under One Hundred and
sixth atrset and Central Tark West.
The dead, as Identified by the little
brass tags they wear about their necas
against just such a contingency, are:
J'epo Lanbaltna of One Hundred an
Ninth street and Third avenue; instantly
killed
I Jom, Kuslyak of No. tU West Second
I itreet; Instsntly killed.
John Oaunallio of Jerome avenue, the
I rtronx; Instantlv kl 1
fharles Curty of No. Ml Cherry street;
dUa , j ,,,,,, Wrth1 Ifd!1ptll hort.
... ...,..,...., ,..
Charles Capadotu of No. .1.V West on"
Hundred and Fifth street; died st tile
Presbyterian Hospital.
FOUR INJURED ARE EXPECTED
TO DIE.
The Injured are:
AiiReio Aoiso of No. rtj9 i"at Beventy
fifth atreeti fractured skull and Interns
Injuries; Will probably die.
Peter Soella of No. 2(si Jerom! iv
nue, foreman of the night gang; fra
lUrod skull and Internal Injuries
probably die.
Leo Ottaatnno of One Hundred and
Ninth street and Third avenie, frsc
tured skull.
iBrnael Bueknella of No. ii". i-:ast One
Hundred and Tenth street, bruises and
cuts about the body; attend sd by hos
pital surgeons and sent to his home.
Two UPldenttflod men, each with a
fractured skull and crushed chest; will
probably die.
All of the injured with exception
of Bueknella were taken to the J. Hood
Wright Hospital.
one hundred men of th! night shift,
under the dtreotlon of Sup:. John fal
len, were working In the long bore
leading from the elevators at one Hun
dred and Sixth street. Near I o'eloi k
there bud pen i blast st the "beadlni
of the tunnel, where the high powei
Steam drills i hug-, hug into t ie 1
wall of gneiss to bore the holei
the reception of the dynamite
I'nllen ban J i est begun to ascend when
Ihnn. nul a dull roar .if Ifie end r f
i ih. rtlmlvf in savin uy.l instantlv . veri
j ,. f tn(. iiahts struns along the i ml
I nr lha lunnel went mil A driller had
lammed on hla air and at the flrst thrust
' the steel- -ill t log burr hail h.tt-n lot
. 111 i. ' 1
I failed to go iff In some pre'' I a
n.i.
sliot.
It was found the Jar of the etMoal m
had brought down a huge BS I of in k
from the t innel roof TI who bad
iii. i leen mangled b. the th ck ..I- the
jbl.at wer.- .rushed beneath the mis-
laiuss '
SU ft M I rs i t nuc cs i ur i uaati
WORK IS ARRESTED.
Michael vjuuin, general lupertntend ut
IN AQUEDUCT KILLS
. ' . ' .'iianv. Whleh is doing that part of the
lie maintained and "". , , .... ..... ......
tlllinel WITH 111 no' rtvinS 1 " " II
liow establlshe.l be not .,..,, ,,, ...i, ,ir..,.t. at,l there was
.. wav -if iiiu.-nliig l.lau.e In
b teell'lg its p.esenee. I II 'a " is Tio A'V
letermlnlng
uratsly whi Iher ell
the sil' lts In a
"Sh0l" .11 e CKflf I led, lie
added,
Neverl ISlSSS, Sergt Mvers of the
Arsenal etatlon, placed Huuerlntendstii
I'uiieu under arre.l, ihaig.ng him
vnii rrlminal negligence,
i'iiien whs inter arraigned before
Magistrals O'Connor In (lie Vnrkvllln
Court rtiarged with homicide. He was
remanded lo Ihe t'oronsr without bo I.
Till is t is second fatal accident
on t ie anueducl lunnsl wllhin a wees
I'o n men were I ns I a :. 1 1 v killed by the
,oi. ipse of a platform at Ninety-fourth
.greet 'Kid Central Park U'esl few
day!
tWIil II i .1 in. lurklth llallis.
always eosa. Haiti Willi privals renins, ai
I llnrber eed r. lu-i . ....lii im at.
ns-t - oa rack luw.
NO CLEMENCY TO SCIIEPPS
UNLESS HE SURRENDERS NOW
Widow of John Jacob Astor,
Who May Fight for Millions.
I ft ..i'.., J-te--i '.II!
1 1 r W
TWO BATTLESHIPS
L
Nchrask.i Runs on Unchart
ed Rock .Nv.'.!!' Newport
Connecticut Hre.ik- Shaft.
WASHINGTON. Au-' 1) -The battle-
ship Nstiraska fsn on an uncharted
shoal m ar Newport, H I , late yester
day ard was ao asrlouily damaged that
she has In eii ordered to drydook at
Boston Nio v Yaid.
The flagship Oonne tlcui .bout hi
s.im vdms brott her starboard oranh
ahnfl ami hai been ordered to I'hlladel-
pllla for repairs.
Hear Aiiaiii.ii Osti : i i .. commander
of the Atlantic tieei, is p snorted t .
the Nav v I tep irtMonl J f dlow-
"Considerable mniaga has been don.
to tlie Nebraska Passing ove an un-
charted shoal, four mils! west of tlouih
Judith. Will pr. i.ibly In.. , ,,,,,, , ,
i seae!.1 '
Th" n.i'.' Department inmsdietel)
urdersd llu Nebraaka to in.- Boaton
Navy Yard for egamlnation II ;s be
litvad th. ship haa been aerloutl) dam.
age ! .nd l( "" be :o ISSIIIV to put
,.e, out i iintm 'salon, n pi telng her
I. , th.. ib.t w iii n of ih" battleships
i.i n a at h I'll. la. I. pbjg N.w
yard.
An Investigation will be mada lmne
d'uteiv to oe us ihi uncharted shoal,
II. e eMlsti in , of Which In waters so
i rowtiad hilli ..i...i ... - dfeel sui -pr
se to i iv al oQll Sf!,
The i ' nun ' i. a ideal w as SOI 0
lerfovi i resemble! that sastaiaei
ism: weeks Hi Oil bau.ssoui Missis
MEET ACCIDENTS
ONE HITS SHOA
" Circulation Books Open to
12 PAGES
sippi Th
auk shaft of the starboard
engine broke
At the Philadelphia Nav v
Yard the
Connecticut will bs tilted with a new
shaft, Which will prObabl) OCOUP) sev
eral weeks, ami moanwhlle Admiral os
ti i ha is wl 1 transfer Ills Hag to oils
of tin' other battleships.
NBM i ' 'it l'. it l . Aug i The bit
ii. -snip Nebraaka arid the i!n.bip Con-
I nSCtlCUt, With the Other ships or the
North Atlantic Heel, left Newport last
Monday fur n wei k naval i rig.ige-
Iment m the vicinity f Hloek Island,
Vineyard Haven and Point Jiellln
during the beat two daya no word has
i.,iii received here legitiiiing the
wovewent! f the bntlleablpa.
SENATE PRINTS 'EM ALL:
SPEECHES OF WILSON. TAFT
AND T. R. GO ON RECORD.
H it I Inc Is Drawn nil Platform!
ni thf Three' ( Candidates as
, Public Docurncnts.
WAHHINUTUN, Aug 'i The Pros
gresslve patty lliade It" foi-nil bow
to-llliy ill the Men, lie genaliti Polll-
itesrer, as a member of Ihe u-w parly.
gakad that Col Rooaevell'a apeevh at
Chicago on Aug i: be printed as a pub
lb do'iimeiii Ti,,. request followed
one by Senator Prandsges thai Hew
(ator Root's aneecb or notlOcntion and
President Tnft'a speech of acceptance
also i.e printed as a public document
scout ii Culberson bud asked lhal
Heualoreleet James s notlhcatlon
apcevll and QOV. IVoodfOW 'Alisons
acceptance be printed as attOtUvf do4'U
in. ii All Hires reuussls win
granted.
steriMlnr Jones of iVa shlnglon then
asked ue senate in utltii the platform
of th' three pgrllea as a document
i don't want iii object, " Interrupted
Senator Ualllngsr, "btll has Debs bi in
nominated vet"'
Senator overman did obj ' how
aver, and rue platforms win not be
printed
OwlOI 10 'l"' great lUMei! of las'.
BUttdU) a iil'icr. guolbuf Wootlruw
wilsou p: tuf" coupon giniii fur the
niiii'ii(iiii pbologravurt iii im
printed lu uext duuUay'a World.
I EDITION.
All."
District-Attorney Will Not Accept
Delayed Confession of Fugitive
Who Is Known to Have Re
cently Been Near This City.
BECKER MAY GET TERMS
FOR, EXPOSURE OF GRAFT
Prosecutor Says He Will Plead for
Raider If He Will Reveal
"Higher Up" Boodlers.
in momentary anticipation if the arrest oi one nr .ill of the three
missing men wanted in the Rosenthal murvler case, District-Attorney
Whitman remained in his ottlce this ftcntOOfl Instead of starting for
his usual week-en.l rest in the White Mountains. Apparently he was in
possession of information that he believed warranted him in waiting for
a report from Detectives Thomas and 1 eitrh, who left the city suddenly
yesterday on what was considered a straight clue to the whereabouts
of the fugitives.
The Dtstrict'Attorney was hopinir, he would hear that Leigh and
Tl , U..J mSiimsJ til ..'.. I ....:- sJ ,,-- Hlu I It it.
I I 1 1 1 'I I l.l - I, .1.1 KnpiUIH L.OTIJ I mile 1 1 K 1 UTD 1 1 It I1UKA1. fie
also looking for the appearance at any time nf Sam Schepps, the thirJ of
the fugitives.
Schepps, it N thought, will give himself up before many hours and
volunteer to cnuless He was no further away trom New York than
Hoboken a w eek ago, and hai been, ii - reported, almost as close to this
city ever since.
Mi Whitman notified gchepps's law- additional evidence as.-iinst neeker in
vr. Bernard Handler, i" i tn.it un- lha hope thai hs :u avoatnall, nndin
Is I s. lispps gives hlmaelf up ut once Wmaeif trapped, try U mike terms to
.in indictment charging htm with ni-t hlmaelf and expos,. th "Hystem
degree murder will be returned i"- K oonfeeaUnt from "Jack gwlUvsa" is
morrow, and no Influence ran beon" "f ,llr Points tan rtlitrlnt allnag
brought that win krep hint rrom being h"r"' lo score agnlaal Becker, "nuin-
placed trial Therg is alao stand-I V0" bag inure nerve than sny other
init against s. 'ill-tip- o charge smug-f Ih! prisoners except Beckat, but he
gitng opllum in which Ihe Ifnttod baa been subjected to eonsldsroMa pres.
sniies .nun. ii iii. i un- Inlereatvd. ii aura since bis transfer from the Tombs,
lolieppe come in and roni aaee, th fhore he iv.i within the radlua of
IHstrlet-.tt rnev will nit onlv rise it i-r'i influence vrstenlay,
rosecutlon lor hla part ii. the SULLIVAN WEAKENS UNOIR
Kosenthal uaae, hut probably will in-, (.-..,,.. .... ,
t.,T.de for him with the Oovernment PRESSURE BV VALLON.
authorities au or tins newi hue been Bulllvan, racing Indictment for BHgf
communicated lo the fugltlvs in the tu : ., tree, ius iveukened in
EXPECTS QU.CK ROUND UP OF jJ . J H?$.
WHOLE MURDER GANG. , M ,llUv tnM
Tin- DMtrlctArgomejr has ne gouM lawyer who i - Hated "Jaek" Koae
Hint "Left Louie" .mi "Gyp the wnfeasion, loday, arid kag ud vised him
in. m.i. hs weii as ichopgot iu sunn be to confese.
:n Mi.. Tointts. Tile Harlem flat In Ii Ich rode uptown with lte ker thn
w iii ti Ih in. ii. lei-r .i-se.iibbsl atie l t t ie murder. He left Hecks
killing Hoaenthal bis been found, and U( an hour before Rggonthal was
Important evidence w is brought to light tilled hi.i went it r at rrurn iiHvkcr tu
tkere u ii on tbl! st .in-.' ti, it "Jack" Roes ind "Hrldgle Webber, if
I.elKh and Th. fil ls li nr. e ll; sum ;.-. ur s ' Hva I t-lls nil ;.. known, the Wstrlrt
i new trail yeaterda) Atlomej will f I lustlfled in getting
I L'ntsag getbepps cornea In and aiiie reads in- svidnn . preparatory for a
j Mmaelf with ike people, and Jacob 1 ' f"r "eekor, for Huitivan's
Reich. iu -Jaek gullivno." pruduces 4 fn ho corroborated.
a .-ooie-si.tn i i. nsantlme. aeven in- I ,J" "', K w,-,",w,v' ll" k'r" 'ounaai bj
diotn s rbarglni murdor ,, th.- first if ' V"1 "'.J " "' " " eapeclel
degree will - rett I by lbs U I '." l u. Ma abaonce.
JUT, rust Tuesday. . ne Indl.lui.nt '; ik,r nwinuins uri.'b.n.ed front
u. ,. cm s ,.e k, . ,s. . 'r';- '; -"
additional live evidence, wUI ... ,, " ' '
round, rio there who ..i.i fm.i
tlieriiMlves fse.iiK mill tine. us i .- '.la.k
Lu .. v.. U- and "Uago
Krank" t.'IroflW, sll of whom are in RESTORED TO DUTY,
custody, un. i Hi tepps, "Left) Louie" a rather significant sidelight oa th
I gad "Qyp tb. I ...I 'In. Dlatrlct-At- attitude of the Police I p.u tment in
lorney haa informaUon f it "lftyfths maltet or the Roevnthal murder
Louie" fired Ike two shots tick struck earns to notice at H a luuartcra u-
I Hoaenthal In t' ad, and lhal "Qyp i day when it .is inrnuneid that the
the Blood" ii .. ad . revolver johgrge! agalnat Ke' Iceman File had
CECKER'S
HOP t CALLED FROM
JACK ROSE'S HIDING PLACE. I
A i plate ii-'. ol me telephone euiis
from the lllvlers Apari nsnts, One il un -1
.ind i Flfty-asvenih itreet and
it . , i tide i irive, i .1 ily i'.. IT and i inn ,
n "ii ned over to h I nstr: t At-
tornev lliiry I'ulluk, a! h iss hou.s I
"Jack"
tnui der
Tlie
period
Il i : i after me Itosenthai
ilvss .in lb! Hlvlerg. '
s ,rd siows tiiat during the'
nvercd .v tb- tin tales men-.
t oned some ol s m Koiiok'i
tailed up tb. hums .r L.
. ,i ...i -in ut .
ut Becker
the Lafayette H .ins an t
n..ti.-.. I...H.I.
lUgrters Other hi- are shown to i
plgCC 111 Hie Vicinity of the "lie of the.
murderi preeumnblj "Rrldgle" Webber's
. s l.'.l na hou
at
vtb aveiniti -e. ii - J '
porty-aei and street,
ah hnes 'n tin- Rosenthgl Inveetlgs
tlon now point to Lieut. Hacker
In trl 't-Attniii, v Hmires thai 1
..,,.!,, au: prima facie raso nf i
rhe)
1
der
agalnat
Unit ''i
tin- .mil. 't... i.e r.enant and I
charg! nf graftlBV Is so strong!
thn t egg he sn ustaiitlated
,um.aio. isg the plan is id
w ithout
pile up
PRICE ONE CENT.
l(i ,,,;
' MADE POLICE "OOAT,"
i " oiamiaaoa anr t,e had b.en re-
sioreu to duty
File, who was , ,,. M, tr,i,ole. off
dllly, a het, Roer.atkal ".is shot, was
n l.'d and pis , "ii ti ml nr ,
K Ihe i Hfl idetlot:
nipt, buNeMekei
was allowed i" remain on duly unt
ne gaa actually ludlcied. Now ai
hss been cleared ind Beeker is in the
Tombs ".in signs accumulating: thu.
Iks men who chargi thssnsslveg witti
having i. ri ins ,i. implleea aro saainli
concerned
in makll ; b ui tbe "gost. '
He Ker Knows
I no i b ' is enmesh id
ii, tlie eolls of ih" law, and that tlia
... lightening Tlie testimony
liven i . Karri l... .k to the Orsnd
juij yesterday, that he went to
- 'l; 1' II. .uliuarte-s
IhlrtJ ( hour! Most .iiial was
killed and Informed Becker of tho
horealiauts nf Ja s Hose, was the
hardest blow that has b;:n drilt to t.-
dsfsnse of the acoused poUoamag.
lleokci at that time Kurw that Jj. ;
I U se ass a fugltlvs from J italce, fr
lHpu' L'vimml Mjau i Dougbart hid a
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