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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1911,
SEVEN JURORS IN
THE BOX FOR TRIAL
(Gtminael lrm Tirv. Pw 1
Reek.r end h amllrd pityingly, shrug
ging his ehoot.tr'rs. II. r.marksil that
tae mei: would h. full of such lattsrs.
written I'j m , with ftble, dleegeea'
mind, before thf trial "Baler
eCKe HAS A TALK WITH HIS
f..-e tesim hli "'i beaMa Ma com
si. M-lntr. U ' il Hlrmr nn,1 O.or
tVi, (rtldr a irrlrr.lcd ctr.an sml two
om,gst:a 'ho ",:1 lhIr spurs in the
otic, of lh' DtotMtl A Hot nrv aa M ,IW
-.cxi-r Ul I I" Ml Hlfi "'! hi
brother, Mailt -Inlm H-,-Krt It Mm
Becker more than h'-r husband who
urged upon the lawyer! for ttie rtefem
to eelect big blur-eyed men In All the
Jwry box. This ruddy-cheeked, brtcht
y..l little nomnn bellee In blgnr.t"
m an actir faftur in fntr-inln,lf dn.is,
lit. i i
that nun hero.c mo Id are
g Injk with fgvef upon the
..' runty gangat.ra. She be-
r l.uaband and Ilia blgneaa
itatrgg In blue eyee ai clear
g ai open nund.
Unnut MM Intrusion of any
tlm court-room w.ia Jammed
ainsn and reportera when the
Jurta- v.eni to tlio bench. There wire
two hundred and thirty-odd men left In
the panel of J60 and one lune juror In
PRISONER CAREFULLY DRESSED
Ji'fce prleoner was us freahly groomed
end rarefu'ly dreaaed aa he ever waa on
a day of police paraile or Inapeetlnn and
he a i ri .-. I hlmaelf ns pmioualy and
Import intly aa did any functionary of
During Clerk Itnm-y's calling of the
i oil of Ulssmin one ant a good oppor
tunity to obeerve Lieut. Ilecker In re-
There la ann.ethlna: In thl pnltcman's
p'oflie Hi n la remlnlacont of the people
I'rulkahank and Hogarth ;ed to
skeU'li. There la ahaulutely nothing
i, vat sunk. sis the iMillceinan in the de-f-nilant
while In repoac. The cssuyl eye
would much more quickly pb k him out
ra a schoolmastsi or a man of almllar
redentary and unexciting calling, ilia
noegiaeeea add to the severity of hli
countenance and compjetr the dignity
of hi carefully groomed exterior.
WHITMAN SETS A GUARD OVER
District-Attorney Whitman had alt
big wltneaeea brought to his onV. be
fore the trial opened to-day and ar
ranged to establish a guard for them
wMIe the Becker proceedings were on.
Maar of the wltneaaes. It Is elated, have
reeafved threats, and the murder "f
Xslfg has filled thrm with emotions
afeta to panic Mr. Whitman assured
.them that they would ell be protected
. id taken cere of and that ths threats
tiny had received K per cent.
Muff and had been uttered solely for the
ftrefposs of Imtlmldatlna them. It will
ha artanre I, though, to have each and
iry one of thc? witnesses for the
kept under surveillance hy Mr
tman's men untli the 'Vise of the
. murder trial.
With the resumption of the trial
promptly st 1" o'clock, ltobert C.
Vnrsell, 11 manufacturing chemist of
.V Ms West One Hundred and Meventy
first street, was called as the fifteenth
talesmen to br examined I'nrstll was
the tenth man to declare he had formed
aa opinion about the Itoaenthal mur
ler. but he assuri 1 Mr. Whitman his
Ideas on Becker's Kullt would not pre
vent him from inlrly Judging the facta
adduced In evidence If he waa chosen
at a Juror.
Mr. Mdntyre went after the chemist
n the theory of Implied blaa. Juatloa
tloff stopped lteckrr's lawyer from read
lag off his list of Kangmen to the tales,
man and made him frame a alngl
Uo you know any of the persons
named in the list that lies bean reuil
la this cuurtrocm? The Court's
ruling waa for the purpose of shorten
ing tha examination or talesmen. Jus
ttee Ooff tins announced that a jury
must be obtained this week.
MRS. BECKER GREETED BY HUS
BAND WITH A SMILE.
Mrs. litcker entered thu tribunal (row
the anteroom adjoining the Judge's
ihsmbrr snd took her seat In the little
alot-llkfi Inclosuro near Ih door. Beck
er turn eil and nodded and smiled and
than Indicate! tha talesman on the
i tsnd. whose appearance had evidently
made a favorable Impression on htm.
Mrs. Becker studied the men closely
snd iwd'lr-l her approval This, while
Mr. Mclntyre was at ill asking ques-
A few minutes later the defense In
em-wed the technical challenges of lm-
i.ltNl ami actual bias, wlilch ware
romptly overruled T'len Mclntyre
tapped over and ,-onaulted with
Backer. The prisoner said shortly
;ake Mm. The Prosei iltor tvaa agree
able ind Puroall waa sworn as Junr
N'o " He la a big man. with a blonde
nuatsche and brown hair, a fair ruddy
akin and light gryeycs.
A slight acquaintance with Mr Whlta
- dr. of counsel (or' Bscker. excused
William H. Ferry, dealer in huts, of No.
WO West Knd avenue.
Eben E. Whitman, wlin la in the drv
g-iods anMnesr. and live! at No. ,' Cael
K etityaaenih siren, wis exoused he.
cause ha g remotely irlsted 10 thg Hi".
rlct-Attomey He th ,"ght he was s
ninth degree" relative was 'he wsy the
m How -beaded ynunv man ut it. fleck i r
i 'St in Bban K. Whitman thf bluest-eyed
ilond In the room.
Too strong an opinion let nut Hrry
I evlnr, dry g,,nr!a of No b West "ne
H'mdreeJ and T'nnt t, tnth Mi ret.
BECKER REJECTS A MAN WITH
Then came the first man w,tb a full
hesrd in mount the stand. Tylr COSS,
aha aili h was a Ork, trul wtio looked
mots like a cntniin of HMHtlf,
The ,efenie waa compelled lo ,se lis
1f;h prremptorv rhlllrht. Baokgf ssld
he had a prejudice ssilnat beards.
The twsntielh talesman nu Wllllnm
A Kvans. eerir,l engineer, of No
141 Waat On. Ilundrwl snd Third
B tragi. He waa exnised for riiuae
Next enme Italph V) Itelnhold, adver.
Using msiK.grr. of No .i:,7 West One
Hundred and Fifteenth "f eet Beln ,
MM hus i positive believe as to
Be. ket H guilt snd wss challenged for
.fohn H. Hardy, a retired rlre mer
chant, of Ma, lot West Ninety-fourth
urest. was sworn as the third Juror.
notwithstanding thsl he staled In reply
to the first question asked that he had
formed n opinion of the case Ilecker
ilked the man's looks, snd when he
said emphatically. "I csn lay aside my
opinion as If It had never been formed. '
i he prisoner rsllee) to Mr Mclntyre
and said he would he satisfied with the
tslesman. .luror No. 3 le fifty-flee
veara old. an inch or so undr six feet
tall broarl abnuldsrsd snd VrSV-eVed.
iii. .,,,,, k.. is i i and hrletlv and !
his hair gray.
Kllaha Bobbins Wslker. bsnVer. of Mo.
M West Thirty-tire' street; Henrv lees
mlth. real eabatr. of No. Broadway,
and Joseph I'lser. a printer, of No. Wl
Kaat line Hundred en1 Sixty-nh.lh
atreat. had formed positive opinions
Itemacl llvmae. tobacco merchant, of
No. Hit Keen Heventeen'h etreat. waa
WHITMAN WOULD NOT ACCEPT
Then cnine lopold Herlnger of No.
U irstildwrll avenue, the Bremg, an In
egpggoa ngent, wearing an exaggerate 1
Kalsrr Wllhrlm mustaahe. Herlnger rmd
no thenrlrs and no objection to serving.
He had been serving on Juries for fif
teen years and liked the eurk. Mr.
Mclntyre expressed his unwillingness to
challenge Mr. Berlnger. but Mr. Whit
man excluded him with his seeond per
n Donald Scott, publisher, of No.
Gasei Ninth atreet. -aid he had some un
pleasant experiences with tha police
while he waa working aa a watcher at
the polls ,ii various election days. Ha
Is s son f the owner of Century Msg.
a sine. Booker's counsel challenged
Jarejuea Weinberger, of No. aTT Wast
Beveny-fotirth attest, t, anker, as x-
sfter s f If
Cugai by Justice Ooff
Mepered qu s. ons.
After Carl Y. Ahlstrn.n of No. 1 We-t
RBfhtfMlll strcst. President of a ro--porallon.
Sad lesi SggtJgad f, r preju
dice the ,b fence wan fo- ned to eX"--
se another peremptory . ' all-no In
ihr case nf '"harles ATbognsl. i
builder, of No. HHi Crototin iinn" t
FOURTH JUROR TAKES HIS
BEAT IN THE BOX.
Tha thirty-second talesman nf the
Bgaal axsmlned, F.dwsrd 0, fonts, aud
itor fnr a color msr ufacturer. of No.
HP West One Hundred and Forllet'i
stre.r, had nel'hrr preludlre nor opinion
an! knew nf no resson whv h- should
not qualify aa sn Impa-tlnl luror. lis
was hlg and clean-cut. and both Mr. "mg
Whitman and Becker Mked his looks I -lur"
anei manner. Wherefore M wss arcspt
ed ae the fourth Juror.
William K. Ward, a mau of giant slst.
snd a Jolly humorous manner, wss sc-
epteo win staerlty ry lioth prose u-
and defense as the fifth Juror. He
in the real eatj'e business a: So
IT.i Fiflii svc'iue, livea ai No. II wgtt
.-eesnty-lhlrd street, tc s -ollege grad i
' i,te and n-e once a foothsll ptaver
NAMESAKE OF BECKER IN THE
after many tsleemrt- li.ld tieu :s,e '.
,d Iheni , sm- a namesake of the d-
Ifendglrt, I km .1 Becker. cretary, wl'b
'offi'ea -ii No jo Broadway, living .,t
No. 10", F.ast Klxty-stventh street. His
saafltlaatlcyn wss singularly brief snd
, Ills atis-airs ,'tls,i arid jdsort, He Is a.i
.olhei JOft-pounder, with a deep chest
nnd big hsnds and arms, s blue-eyed
men of mid lie sge and hesrlng a rather
striking res -mblsncc to the prlso.isi .
II, wss fslrlv snapped up hy counsel for
I b,fth side, only the men on filsl h-at-
i He ker wss sure tie see not re
lated to the defendant, hod no opinion
on the case snd knew no one connected
with the prosecution or defence or with
the gangs Involved In the case He hag
been In the lunch business twenty
ears and was is, in rep-State.
C mo. kj c r a Bj . a. t.
A new shirt may look good, but beauty in a shirt
does not necessarily mean service. The Arrow
label marks the shirt that combines style and
service. Its makers depend upon its good quali
ties to sell you another shirt with the same label.
CLUETT, PR A BODY tt CO., Makers
"Everything made on the premises, everything made to measure."
V New Winter
r upon request.
LARGEST MAKER AND RETAILER OF
Dress and Negligees for Women and Misses.
OPENING OF NEW BUILDING.
25 West 38th St.,
two doors west of former location,
With an Extensive Showing of the Most Recent Models
Dresses, Suits. Waists, Coats, Negligees, Corsets.
We have erected this nine-story building in order to increase our facilities and
carry out an established policy making and selling everything under one roof.
This unique position enables us to offer the following advantages:
MADE TO MEASURE, models duplicated with
expert fittings, and no extra charge.
ALTERATIONS on any garment purchased from
stock made free of cost.
CHANGE IN DETAIL of any style fo meet your
own ideas at no increased expense.
WORKMANSHIP and Materiul the very best.
All garments made under personal supervision.
OUR PRICES are at least one-third lower than asked elsewhere for
merchandise of equal quality, as we manufacture and sell direct to wearer.
The application of these principles has formed the foundation of a
remarkable success, unprecedented in the history of merchandising.
For the opening week we offer the following notable reductions:
Can qr'ckly be overcome by
Attractive Dress of Charmeuse
Kobrspicm iullai, choice lace ai nvek. In
all colora u J .lie. Value $24.75. 16.75
Smart Tailored Serge Dresses
Black, navy aud brown, Willi ' iuJn,,(s nl silk
braid. Sarin collar. Value $15.75 10.75
Blouses of Cotton Crepe
Hrclly while waist with ionic slreve, cluny
lace and black taffeta. Value $5.00 3.65
In any color, hemstitched in coutrat I. De
tachable collar anJ turned up cuffs.
Value $5.75 3.95
Long Coats of Serge
Navy, brown and black, in any sue, with
quarc collar effect and straight back.
Value $25.00 1 6.75
Double Faced Cloth Coats
Of soft mixture, with piald reverse. f
Put iravellins it motor wear.
Value $35.00 2 I ..SO
Plaited Silk Tea Gowns
Fine lierre lace draped square over sua
Plaited body. Value $25.00
Made in any color with tWaWtitcliilu and
smart touchca. Value $8.50
Albatross House Sacques
Trimmed with lace and tihhon. l ingerie
collar and cuffs. Value $3.50
I THE LANE BRYANT CORSET
As the foundation for all good dressing this item
deservei strict attention ; we offer these specials
aa an introductory offer. e have marked
two models at particularly email prices.
For Average Figures
The modish low butt, with most approved
lines, figured batiste. Value $10.00 5.00
For Stout Figures
BlftCM noticeable reduciii'U through hips
snd abdomen, confines flesh at shoulder
'les. value $10.00 5.00
Btady oa tLe
assa, aad Isdsjsrbua. They da dwar doij
' Sssal I. SaaB De... Sssol Prise.
Genuine sWi Signature
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SIZES FOR STOUT FIGURES.
No small part of our renown is due to the discreet modelling of these
styles in the latest fashion, ysl with due consideration for hygienic demands.
Pretty Nun's Veiling
Nstty house dress in any color, with ci
treating messaline. Value $14.00. lO.fl
Crepe de Chine Dresses
hi two M) les. Made with collar uiul ishnt.
Of frill with crystal buttons. Navy, brown,
plum, black and aupe. Value $35.00. 24.75
Well Tailored Suit
Navy, brown or black. Hand finished,
witSOUl machine stitching. Value $35.00 24.75
Special Maternity Corset
Cut on scicmilic lines to give exceptional
support; differa from conventional pat
erns, unequalled value. Value $12.00. ,.00
Washington Heiilus lirgnch,
Brogdwgy sad ujd i,
25 West 38th Street
Xt'RKhington Heights Branch
Broadway and If Jd Si.
Lord & Taylor
Important Sale of
Men s Furnishings
Wednesday, October 9th
and Balance of the Week.
Pleated and plain bosoma. made of
imported woven madras, also domestic
inadraa and percales, attached cuffs.
Values $1.50 to (2.00
Pleated and plain bosoms, madras
and percale.. French novelty and plain
effects, attached cuffs.
Pique bosom full dress shirts, coatf
model, attached euffs. Value $8.00 S
Silk four-in-hands, made of fine Vienna
and domestic ailks, plain and fancy.
Values $1.00 and $1.50
Accordion knitted silk four-in-hands,
heather mixtures, plain, fancy and
novelty styles. Value $1.50
Accordion knitted silk four-in-hands,
all colors, cross stripes and lace effects.
Values (2.00 and $2.50
Crepe silk full dress reefers.
Crochet weave silk full dress reefers
in black, white uud iearl.
Accordion weave silk full dress reefers.
Silk full dress vests, white or black, f
Tan ( ape skin gloves, regular and 1
short fingers. Special value)
Imported chamois cloth gloves, in(
chamois and gray. Value $1.0oi
m e r
English and American made roin
eoats, full cemented and strapped
scams. Values 912.00 nnd $18.00
Tan and blue raincoats, single
and double texture.
Values 91H.00 to 922.j()
Pajamas and Night Shirts
Colored and while pajamas, made I
with V and military neck, silk frogs.
Plain Colored mercerized and striped
madras pajamas, military and X neck,
-silk frogs. Value $2.00
Silk mixture pajamas, plain colors and
fancy. Value 94.00)
Muslin night shirts, with colored trim-',
tilings. Special value t
Fme muslin night shirts, with colored j
trimmings. Values 91.00 and 91.96)
Knitted Norfolk Golf Coats
Heather and gray mixtures.
Value ,I..(KI J
Values 97.00 and C12.00
Bath 'Robes and Dressing Gowns
Terry cloth bath robea, in various
colors, also light weight striped flannel
Values 93.50 and 95.00
Very fiM light weight striped woolen I
Values IO.011 to i;iio
Blanket robes, various colors. . (
Silk dressing gowns, Persian pat-
terns. Values 915.00 to 922.50 i
Cray worsted coats. Value 94.00)
Gray worsted full fashioned coats.
All silk umbrellas
All silk suit case umbrellas, with de-f
1 in -liable handles. Value 9S.5()(
All silk umbrellas
Broadway & tOth St.; Sth Ave.; 19th St.
Lord ? Taylor
Important Sale of
Commencing Wednesday, October 9th
The but modi footwear, from the
smartest to the most comfortable,
Remarkably Low Prices
The occasion when men should get fitted
for the entire Winter s needs
Regular JfT.OO shoes
Regular $6.00 shoes
Regular $5.00 shoes
Plain and fancy lisle hosiery, in a large assortment
of colors and designs.
J5C Pr pair; j pairs for $1.00
Values 50c and 75c.
Silk Half Hose
All colors, with Hale soles, heels and toes.
' 75 c P" pair Value 91.00
Imftrttd Smmpk Lin tf Vntkrviier
Including silk, balbriggan, woolen and
merino (odd sites).
Values 91.60 to 98 50
Imptrtti English Stmpk Lint XJndtrwtmr
Cartwright k Warner's and Cooper
k Roe. comprising silk and wool,
mnl mrA m.nnn (cAA sizeaV
. . .r...t ...... " v -
Values 93 00 to94.50J
Cowhide Leather Suit Cases
Capped corners, flat rivets, linen lined.
24 and 2G-inch, in russet and brown.
Values 96.50 and 95.05
The same cases, with straps all around,
in 24 and 26-inch.
Value 96.60 and 96.96
Sole Leather Bags
Hand sewed, leather lined, with two
Dockets. 16, 17 and 18-inch.
Value 91 1.05 J
Razors and Shaving
At Extremely Ladvv Prices
llazors assorted styles, 50c. and 11.00;
values $1.00 to $2.00
Safety Razors complete with twelve blades,
05c; value $1.25
Hair Brushes assorted slyles, 50c. to $1.50;
values 75c. to $2.50
Shaving Brushes rubbered, 05c. to $1.00;
values 05c. to $1.50
Sample Line of Shaving Brushes 35c. to
$1.00; values 50c. to $1.50
Shaving Soap 25c. size at 10c.
And Eleto Talcum Powders -15c. size
Ncwbro's Herpicide 50c. nnd $1.00 sizes
at 30c. and 60c.
Westphal's Auxiliator 50c. and $1.00 sizes
at 22c. and 42c.
Witch Hazel 18c. and 35c. sizes at Lfa
Bay Rum 50c. and 75c. sizes at 35c. and 50c.
Pompeian Massage Cream 50c, 75c. and
$1.00 sizes at 25c, 35c and 50c.
Crerdeleto Cold Cream $1.00 and $1.50
sizes at 50c and 75c.
Peroxide 25c. size at 10c.
Wrtl and Colas Soap box of three cakes,
75c. size at 25c.
Broadway & 20th St.; 5th Ave.; 19th St.