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COURT FORCES BECKER CASE TO TRIAL:
BRUSHES ASIDE ALL MOVES FOR DELAY
WBATHBu Fair to-night sag Tnridun rolrr.
WRATHKR-Fnlr to nl.l.t and Taesgoyi rooter.
60ITION.
EDITION.
" Circulation Books Open to All."
Circulation Books Open to AIL"
PRICE ONE CENT.
o nnn tamo Tiiiwn aw aw
tr at mam.
NJ,UUUMNO lUIAIlLU nun I j
ONLY ALL-N GHT CAMPERS
GET BIG
I.:arly Birds Eagerly Buy Whole
Advance Stock of 4,000
First Game Seats.
FIRST MAN BUYS PLACE.
Lucky Boy Who Headed Long
Procession Sells Out for
$10 Bonus.
Three thousand disappointed fans
were on the verge of tears at 12.1.1
t his afternoon when It was announced
that the last of the 4,000 reserved
seat for the first game to-morrow of I
the world aeries between the Giants
and the Red Sox had been sold to
earlier birds who had kept an all
nlfht vigil at the Polo Grounds en
t ranee.
When the nates were opened, at
9.10 o'clock, the waiting line stretched
from the Polo Orouuds entrance, at
Om Hundred and Fifty-seventh street
and Eighth avenue, to One Hundred
and Fortieth street and Bradhurtt
avenue. It threaded snnkily through
I One Hundred and Fifty-fifth street
between the two avenues.
Three ticket windows wet.' In opera
Hon, but at only one of them wre
tickets for the flrnt game sold. At the
others were dispensed respectively
tickets for the second and third of the
Hants' afternoons at home. Slowly
Inovlng forward, congested at the gate,
(shifting, dodging policemen, Impor
tuning- for haste, the crowd gradually
...I Mailt ilrk.ll
A in 9 WITH r iw ill ivvi t- j
. TURNED DOVf N.
The watchman at the private (rate
had his hands full with fans
she '
rought to ol'taln entrance In advance
of their turn t5 possible and
many Impossible pre tea's. Sums had
letters" from John T. Hrush, others
-ia ., with aneclal word from
' MU h ' J ' " " '
Kicretary O.'Brlen, ItlU others Instated
they were relstlves or Intimate friends
of players. Hut the private fate re
mained closed to all comrri, regard
less of their alleged connection with
the powers that be In baseball.
Ths fans- vigil was kept from js early
ns o'clock yesterday afternoon llilul
ths gates were opened to-da for the
line boved forward slowly and the
tickets were dispensed as carefully as
If they had bn banknotes.
First in line was Tliomua Brennan. s
youth living at No. 235 Wost Forty
tlghth street. He was at the gate at
4 P. M. yesterday, but the honor of
buying the drat ticket was not for him.
At 7 30 this morning W. B. Leonard, a
haberdasher from Klmlra. puffed up
triumphantly, gave tae boy 110 to pay
for his vigil and stepped Into rtrst place
with a sigh.
At 3 o'clock this morning a i""c. .....
K lna .he line, progressing
like the
Vjpping of
string of nrecracsers.
'1'Tie first woman nau arn. -MH
Jennie Smith of No. M Wllloughby
.venue. Brooklyn, who I. known to
fans groun.l attendants and players, as
The Woman in Blue." ah has at
tended ev.ry game which the tilants
have plaved at home, always wearing
. blue dreas. WM nau n on .. ...
took her Place ID M line-a couple of
hundred yard, from .he snake a head,
hi .tood until the un had risen and
then complained of being bungiy.
KEPT HER PLACE FOR "WOMAN
IN BLUE."
-Qo on and eat!" veiled the- fans
near her. And when 'The Woman In
Blue" came back, half an hour later,
her Place was waiting for her.
Further down the line slxteen-year-,14
Bessie Brady found a place at 130.
.Z. .M .be was anxious to dlstingulsh-
rMl by seeing me or.i .......
world series, had sinou n. hwotwmm
i mli and had walked all the way from
home, at No. iU Southern Bouls-
urunx. A half hour later Mrs.
rm. g Mclntyre of .o. ..i. mei
Hundred and Twetitj -ninin iimi
,,,.,! the UM with her nusoauu. up 10
lawn the crowd was exceedingly quiet
.ad .irderl-and sleepy. But with the
coming "rf daylight the ,lan became
(Ver lab. PUC came, in com-1
maud of Inspector Sweeuey, and again
thiugs Quleied down, v ., . . .
(onrrlsht. 1013. hv
Co. I The New
um insist-
SERIES TICKETS
Tl
OF ROSA SZABO
Notary, Before Whom She
Signed Papers, Recognizes
Her as Rose Guerra.
Hose fiiierra, the woman found in
Wligajej1 Tlarre. Pa., who says thtit for 1
twenty years she has tteen Intlmatt
with the schemes of Lawyer Burton W.
i.lhenn, accused of the murder of Mrs. ',
Rosa Saihn, was positively Identified j
this afternoon bv Donald I, yon, the
notary public of No. Ml Xnstrand ave- :
nne. Brooklyn, as being the "Mrs. I'et- '
ronella Menschik" brought before hint
by tllbson on July 31 to sign a walvet
of citation In the mstter of the admin
istration of her "daughter's" estate bv
j Clhson.
No heavier 'blow has been dealt the
defense of the lawyer now a Molting
J trial In Middletown than this identifica
tion of the fictitious mother of the
woman whom he Is accused of murder
ing as Hose Ouerru. the woman who
says that Hih.on once tried to have hat
poison .Mrs. Hsaho and that he forced
her to assist In the perpetration of
other crimes. The laWger has main
tained all along that when the time
I came he could produce Mrs. Petr
I nella Menschik. mother of ROM Sxabn,
even in the face of the record from
I Austria citing the death of the real
j Mrs. Menschik.
j TOLD MR. MURPHY SHE SIGNED
PAPERS.
When Assistant Ulstrict - Attorney
I Ieacon Murphy Interviewed llose
ol,ol, to ii imrn-PAiiv on oamriia.t.
one oi me rirst thing. she told mm was
that on July 31 she had put on a black
veiled bonnet and i, a. i gofM with till.
son to a notary In Brooklyn ami had
there signed ome papers, the Import of
which .he knew nothing about at the
time. This afternoon the notary was
brought over to the uptown hotel, where
Murphy Is keeping his new witness con
cealed under guard. After looking at
thl woman, who wore a hat and veil
similar to that worn by her on July .11,
the nutary .aid promptly: "That la the
woman. There is no doubt of It."
Mrs. Uuerra has told Murphy and
Asalstaut District-Attorney Wasservoge
that she rtr.t began to hear of Mrs.
rzuho from Oibson about June M. The
lawyer then told hor that he knew of
a woman with some money and he be
lieved he could get some of It, Mrs.
Guerra has declared. It was this con
stant talk about getting hold of Mrs.
Hiaho's muticy that had led her to
warn Mrs. 'Albert Stearns, who llveU In
the same house with Mrs. Szabo on
West Sixty-fourth street, about Ulb
son's growing cupidity. lip. Stearn.
wan an Ultimate of Mr. Szabo.
According to the story How Guerra
has told Murphy and Was.ervugcl Gib
sun used her as a convenient signer of
papers on many other occasion, than
(Continued on Fourth Page.)
Baseball ScoresTo-Day
AT NEW YORK.
HIGHLANDERS
1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0
GIANTS
M 20000000
0
0
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AT PHILADELPHIA.
PHILADELPHIA
01000301
AinLCIIt)
1 0 0
3 0 0 0 0
0
FOR BASEBALL SEE PAGE 4
Job lliilsra Kmisi III. Kale.
Kdgur T. Itra-kett, at chairman, gave
ttie notice of the ItfptfbtUlBQ Statu
t'otiventlon to Job K Hedgfl tl Ml 0
publican Olub to-da that hi wts the
Kepui.lhsu
tul:. State.
aivlidste loi Qovernor In
Mr. iK-Uei- thanked Mr.
Ilrackett snd ;
wn4e dobm v
i-pl ills lace itrnlght
BOGUS MOTHER
IS IDENTIFIED
NEW
OH, A SAILOR'S LIFE'S
THE ONLY LIFE -IF YOV
GET A CHANCE TO LAND!
wtlC0 To OoK cn f .'
wf.viAAAA
POPE PREPARED TO
IN THEBALKANS
Vatican Makes Announcement
After Hurried Meeting of
Sacred Congregation.
London, Oct. 7. The announcement
that the Pope is prepared to offer medi
ation In the Balkans was made hy the
VatlOM after a hurried meeting of tho
Sacred Congr. g itlm, to-day, according
to I ncas agency despatch from Home.
PAIUS, Oct. 7. -The Kuiopean oow.-s
have decided to lnterv. ni at the Baikal
capitals and at Constantinople as saon
as It la possible to m ill arj-ang'Mncnls
to that effeot. (Ire.it Britain to-day sig
nified her aceeptiuce of the French pro
posals so that all the powers are now 'n
accord.
BBUMNi fK'' T- A steamship wl'ti
many Turkish passengers ahoard has
been stormed hy Oreeks Ifl the PlnteUl,
Se v e raj men Strt badl beaten and a
numher of women drggged from the vea
el and mistreated, a vordlug to the
Turkish Kni'hassy here to-day. Turkey
'.as demande.1 Immedlats, repiratlon.
VIKNNA, Oct. 7. An otlental rail
road bridge near Mustaplia Haslia has
been blown up. severing communication
by rail between Bulgaria and Turkey,
The Trnw Publl.hlaui
Vnrk World).
OFFER MEDIATION
according to a message tu-day fromi1"1'
Sofia. It Is taken for granted h.
that Turks wrecked the lnLU-e. Mus
tapha I'usha Is the first station on the I
line after crossing no frontier from
Bulgaria into Turklah territory, Its
ii.ss does nol prevent Turk fiom get-.
tin ttoopa far enough north to defend
It. frontier. Mil it dOSI hamper Die ad
vance of Bulgarian Invaders.
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MUfcS. sv ' tl
YORK, MONDAY,
FLEET'S ADMIRAL
GETSWTOGAME
Osterhaus and His Men Invited
to See Giants and Yankees
1 1 Play Ball.
GAYNOR RETURNS CALL
A Thousand Committeemen
Greet Visitors on Steps of
City Hall.
Resr-Admlrat Hugo Osterhaus. com
manding the great Atlantic ttet of thi1
t'nlte.t States Navy, now monilUIng In
l!ie Hudson illver. came, ashore to-day
and said "howdy" to Mayor (laynor at
Ine City Hall. The Mayor assured the
Admiral that he was glad to see him.
and the Admiral said It certainly was
good to he here.
The whole proceeding laMed less than
ten minutes, and was followed hy a sim
ilar call of ceremony by the Mayor and
Wie members of the Cltlxen's t'nmmlt
tee on the Admiral and his staff n hoard
the flagship Connecticut, off th foot of
Went Seventy-sixth atret.
At the conclusion of the pleasantries
on trie battleship the Mayor ake4 the
Admiral how he would like to ate a
ball game. There was nothing ths Ad
miral thought be would Ilka better, so
the boss of the city and the boss of the
fleet linked arms and went down the
gangplank to head for the Polo Orounds,
where the pennant-winning Olants and
the neighboring lllghlsndera were lo
give a game which should at once be
an entertainment for the visiting sail
ors and a warming-up practice for the
Hiatus before they enter on the World's
series to-morrow. Most at the sailors
of the fleet who get liberty had gone
on ahead.
FOG AT DAYBREAK MADE THE
SHIPS INVISIBLE.
When the day broke to-day tho fog
over the river warn o heavy tnat the
ships were not visible from shore
launches he. ring messengers or men
seeking newspapers popped Ml of th
fog and dived Into It again at landings
all the way from (Irsnt's Tomb to
Eightieth street.
Krom each flagship of the four divi
sions of the battleship fleet launches
cast off st half past nine o'clock and
hustle! down stream to the Connecti
cut. llear-Admiral Bradley A. Make of
tike lust division, llrar-Admlral N. R
Usher of the second dlvlelon. Itear-Ad
mlral Cameron Melt. Wlnslow snd
Rir-Admlral K. M. Klet.-her of thi
I fourth division waited until ltear-Ad
mlral Osterhaus came down to his own
launch with hi. staff and ('apt. Hugh
Hodman of the Connecticut and led a
tile processing: to the foot ut West
Twenty-thlrf street.
A squad of policemen was drawn op
fit escort them down. The naval offl
cers were greeted tiy Chairman Her
man JUdder of the Mayor'. Commute",
and Chairman John M. Klnl. y, It A. O,
Smith, Lewis Nixon, Howard Carroll,
Banttfel Falrchtld and l)r (leorge K.
Kuns and others of the. reception com.
mlttee.
With Inapector O'Brien of the Traffh
Su'iad, two horse poll e OUtriderf sod
a squad of twenty mounted men under
l.leut. Joe Rellly, an automobile pro
cesrlon of nearly twenty cars swept
through Twenty-fourth stneet to Fifth
avenue, to Waverley iila 'e and Broud-
.fc.y and city Hall Park.
MAYOR'S COMMITTEE W E L
COMES OFFICERS AT CITY HALL
John P. Crlmmlns a,id all the mem-
hers of the Mayor's ComsBUtee, more
than a thousand, were waiting on the
City Hall steps for the arrival of the
visitors. The menihers or he leceptl,,,, j
Committee formed a doulile line under,
lh, runny ni.. l aii.n pergola nhioh
hHrl been hunt in front of the city ,n
and covered with autumn leave.. Mr
CrtmsUni greeted the Admiral and led
him up the sups and each member of
ill,, commltiee, and sometime! two or
more. took, charge of each ofn, er In
.uccesson.
In the reception room opposite the
Msor's otlice a greHt I Ircls was formed
1 after s linn ii ine .1... , nri
Hi relary Aoam.oo ano ni-i ponce escort,
l.leut Ki nnell, walked Into tl,. op.0
space.
We poms to p.y our PMpeote, Mr
Mayor,'' "aid the Admiral, '.nd to
naiiK yeU for tiie manv kind invitations
(Continued on Fourth l.ie I
roil nt A i. rAitiiKa mi oiin.its
van rent an Asaenl.ir Hull in ths 1'ulits.r
Uuliaing...slii.a S&t and uii n.aiiii. n
day or nlsat. Ai.u.y K A. 1'iait. Hvvm
av dssWeei tweudi JIsjom. ui .
CALLS ON MAYOR
OCTOBER 7, 1912.
FIRS T
Justice Goff of Supreme Court
Who Presides at Becker Trial.
(Specially photographed for The Kvonine World as he wa leaving the
court room to-day.)
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ZELIG "MARKED FOR DEATH"
AS RESULT OE GANG FEUD
Assassination of East Side Bully Was Decreed
at Meeting Held the Night Torti Was Sentenced
for Shooting "Big Jack" After Leaving Court.
Close police Investigation to-day bulwarked tho theory that Jack Zellg
was killed on Saturday nn lit hy "Heal l'hil" Davldion as an Incident In a
loud of gangs and that tho murder had no bearing upon the trial of Lieut.
Becker or the assassination of Herman Rosenthal. It Is known that at
leant half a dozen gatigaterH have been looking for a chance to kill Zellg
ever since he returned to New York from Providence under the protection
of the District-Attorney last August.
Detectives are tryln to learn If "IV d
pBii WM i u meeting of gangsters
. , . . (l f.ilf , KrIllltri. .. t!
,Mt , , ml ,
., , . .
ohrt TorU' wh0 htt" "not ""
the street in front of the . r inlnal
Courts Building, 1S'I he n senteric.il to
Sing Sing I'rls.n.
At the meeting. It Is said, Zellg'-.
.Uith wat deemed, A d en men vol-
,1..1..d , nccompllsh the lob. One.
who had been shot and painfully
ko inded u, .-dig a short time before,
said:
" am going to get that gov H.
oe.s me too much."
a for "ited I'-iii" Davldaoa, it i i.e.
Ilevefl by the police that, without any
particular persuasion, hut (.Imply
thl o'gh the force of hearing '. Iik ron-
tlnually denounced, he ink upon him.
I s.lf the task of becoming a gM
avenger arier ine regular ast side
m. ihod. "ited rini' w.n i "niker," so
.euja (a kaaOkei tl VM Use
18 PAQES
JUROR
FOR TRIAL OF BBQKER
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criminal ailsfo.rnry o his section of
town Ze'lg looked nPOfl "HihI Phil"
and his kind with contempt.
"RED PHIL" WAS FRIENDLY
WITH ZELIG AT BALL,
it does not appear from th. potte.
Investigation thai "Red Phil" ever ha.t
any dtroot trouble wiCi Eellg prior te
last Friday night at the hall of the
Kor.yth Association tn ft i vi sant Hall.
This ball was given under the manage
ment .f Bddle. Valler nnd Harry Cost.r.
two of .eiiK's UeulsnanU 1 ited imi"
was there snd allege! th it .' lis rooheg
him of its others sat thai "Ited ititi.
with the attitude of me neestng to
provoke a Quarrel, fen d some money
on Bellg and ask.-d . ,..: fi k. ep H In
trust
it wss generally reported on the
,'aat
Side thai Bells was taislng money f
tue defense at hi :.. Hemmis
T.efty
1... nc" "Oyp the Blood, "Whlley"
Lewli and "DagO r rank," under h
dtotmenl aid In the Tombs charged
iCyailtwed uii bn4 Cki m
IN THE
Justice Goff Overrules All Motions
for Delay and Threatens to Put
Mclntyre Out of Court for
Attacks on Whitman.
FIRST JUROR CALLED
IS A FORMER POLICEMAN.
AH Motions Made
Delaying the Trial Are Promptly
Overruled by the Court
HAROLD It. SKIN I! It. Manain r of one af the Kdlson Company's etar
trie plants and whose residence Is at o. 601 Went One Hind red and
Thirty-Ilfth street, was late this afternoon selected as the Irat Juror In
the Becker rase
He la son of a former Ntnte Nuperlntendent of Instraetlen.
Over Ihc protests of his lawyer, John F. Mclntyre, Police Lieuten
ant Charles Uecker was forced this afternoon to go to trial on the char"
of murder in the tirst degree for the killing of gambler Herman Rosen
thal. Mclntyre had attenrpteJ to secure dehy on account of the illness
of John W. Hart, one of the counsel for Becker, but Justice Goff refused
to delay the case, and Becker was ordered to the bar.
The six gangers "(iyp the Blood," "Dago Frank," "Lefty
Louie," "Whitie" Lewis, Jtck Sullivan and Shapiro, the chauffeur
were called out of the pen and arraigned with him. This was done as
all seven names are included in the blanket indictment charging a
conspiracy to murder Rosenthal, engineered by Becker and carried out
by the four gun men. Four lawyers stood up with the seven alleged
murderers when Mr. Whitman moved tor the trial of Charles Becker
separately.
Hartford Marshall, counsel for Jack Sullivan, said he was ready to
go to trial and Jesired to have Sullivan tried with Becker. This little
move was blocked when the District-Attorney made a special request tha
Becker be tried separately. This motion was granted arid the policeman's
co-defendants were sent back to trie Tombs.
Becker was then formally called to trial and took his place within the
rail beside his array of lawyers. . BJMBMBl
MclNTYRE MAKES AN ATTACK ON WITMAN.
The instant Uecker was seated and the trial formally scheduled,
John F. Mclntyre opened a battery of technical objections and made a
v-rathy attack upon the District-Attorney. The lawyer let his emotions
go so far that Justice Golf threatened to have him put out of the
court mom.
Mr. Mclntyre'a first move waa to seek an adjournment for n week be
cause of the illness of John W. Hart, his associate counsel. He ipoke elo
quently of Mr. Hart's llluesa. and when ha had finished hie plea the
Court whispered a aenlal.
Decker'a counsel disregarded the denial.
"Certain circumstances." hn said, "have arisen that have made It rnf
poaafile for my client to a fair trial at thin time. I refer to the mur
der of Zellf.
"The District-Attorney has made false and outrafteoue statements con
cerning the death of ZellK."
"This It no time for eloquenVe, Mr. Mclntyre." continued Justice Ooft.
The lawyer went on, hla volco vibrating with paailon:
"The District-Attorney has churned that the death of Zellg removes
an important wltueaa for the pruuocutloa when he well knew that
ZellK"
"Stop." crlod the Court.
"When ho know," said Mclntyre, "that Zellg was a valuable witness for
the, d. rene."
lattice ioff rapped eternly wtrh hia
f.vel and Interrupted the lawyer.
"A man of your espeiienre should
know Letter than this." Justice iroff's
voloe snapped. "If you do not stop
this," the Court threatened, "I will
call sn officer and have you removed
from the oourtroom."
"The ordinary couree of Justice has
been I -drayed," continued Mr. M In.
tyre, and then subsided suddenly hen
he saw His Honor's pink cheeks goink
pale w".h lug'-.
ALL THE MOTIONS OF DE
FENSE DENIED.
It. rapid SUSOeOBiOfl the Court denied
furtn.ir motion, of the defense : " de
lay snd for the dlsmls.a. it the In
dt .merit on various ground. Ai each
motion waa denied Mr. M Intyre took
an e e,itlon.
This eixUd ttm blocking arel st illing
device, of the defense. I'd PbUlp
llerrllch, an ex-polleeman, was called
a the first talesman to be slamlked
Hrili ii Is riow In the real afl aa busi
ness at No 1 S3 gJaet .N'.iiety-tlt t
street.
Mr. Whitman asked llerrllch If his
previous OOneetlOg wit i Ihi I PollOl I Ds
..arlmeul would prejlellcc in. ' - r e.
against the defendant, llerrllch thought
not. llerrllch said that hu had quit
tue department because he did rait like
,a,i work. He had served In th. Ten
OeriUlll ...v wlhd, n.i.v
gvif bed tuvsd, but HU gM twentyuaii JdsA" wag v of
PRICE ONE CENT.
BOX
by the Defense for
yesrs ago. Mr Whitman ehallenrert
the talman for implied hi., and
turned him over to Mclntyre. llecker'a
gel questioned the talesman at
great lena-th and challenged the charge
of Implied blaa. Justice Ooff overruled
Iks Implloatloa of m au the ri.
trlol' Attorney challenged peremp
torily. Hccaee. grown etout end eomiwfvit
puffy since hi incarceration, was cool
enough whan at first arraigned with the
xanguinn under indictment with Mm,
out when Justice Ooft began to mm
down the motions of his lawyers an I th
. noln.it on of tea earn en began he af
ted i Ktreme nervousness and acute
Interest tn every word that was said.
Ills heal constantly bobbed from rlgl't
to left and he shot question after .jjc.i
tlon Into the ear of one of his counsel.
The second talesman examine I waa
' Harry L. Blow, a bookkeeper, of N .. .l..
West Que Hundred and Thirty-sixth
at root. ,
The examination of Talesman Hi w
us brief, Hu was excused because h"
had formed an opinion. James H.
MoBwen of No. o Uast Thirtieth
sireet, oaahler of Woo lawn Cemetery,
ited i .1 ii mind waa n a'.g
' that he was unacquainted with any
KalK " or menu... ui . o.iri. i -. i no .
1 " Whllman'l larr. Mr. Mclntyre
I eao on w ui. ' t""' a euro-
I D'e's list of all the gaggjaters In the
Kosentkal case, furnishing, as he real.
ill ths aJla.es and nkknamee. "Uilliard

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