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THI lVINiyg WOULD, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 9, 191
Meyers em-ashed one like a bullet
leaa-nrd third IMI struck (lardner
!tm tide of the h'sd and knn-kcd him
Bl HgrsOf sored on fhe l it, Mi I"
, t OartbMf MM back on the Jul'
t.i .k "n- strike ami then llft'-l
n i lay fly to HooPST I" rlhl. Methew-
... i given greet eboaf ha
earn In the tot. hut MM kWI he colli I i
it, .it t" fore .Ml .vi.jcre on a
gj Hinder that Terhet threw lo Warner.
JE RUN. TWO HIT".
Msrsor, threw out Carrlgan. A fine
nop and thrna h- Doyle g'U r.illlna nt
first. Hooper amashed a double to
i.fht. TtrM after getting hlmaHf
'n thr two-and-three hole ehot an ea"
grounder t Becker and retlr
da. NO ROSS ON'K KIT
..i mm
THIRD INNING.
After taking one strike, gnodfraat
teek a sh.rt nt Ihe nest one and drove
h 't.itig tt II. mi' Iovle put Mm
Ml In a hole by taking two tltlUs,
nen MM an caty foul n- to fjardncr.
The left-hand pitcher wj evidently
worrying Larry. Deckel drove
grounder to Wagner, whole thmw to
tlrat beat htm by a hair. NO rWH
Merkle made a marvellous atop of
Speaker a hot shot peat tint and then
... .11.1.. i, jt htm o the otic.
True wee the p.ettleat play of the reus lUH BBS "-"out 10 MMM In et
add Mark ta. loudly entered by tine Practice ye,.. rdav .(..ah DMN Ml
llooton fan'
I..... lifted a hlh tly to
u . .. ... hit ll.ltv'a - . curve
..... ater the flrat ba.l,
eatrhed and tapp. 1 an tur grounder
that Doyle threw to Merkle. NO HUNM.
NO III I S.
FOURTH INNING.
Murray milled off two rurvea for W I
.na and then emaahed a etralgh.1 one I
M the centre field fence for three bases,
The New York rootert got Jubilant, but
ihere waa lojni when Merkle came up
'.I lifted an easy foul fly to Gardner,
lienor played the weltlnr name um.l
there were two balla and two strikes mi
nlm The neat one waa a etow um
1 ......
lerany f .uled one down the left rieid
u. that came within alx Inohe. of be- .
. . u ii. .k.o -i,ir,,.e.i
i-lonr fly to Speaker, and Mamy,""! RlfMf Halted on
.... u.v.e. w.iie.i fnr other utnplrea, when h
ne over the middle and alammeil It
hrniieh IVmnpr like a .hot for a lonil i
elnrle. Fletcher finally retired the aide
an a lone liner to Hooper Tha Olanta i
were plal'lnr a hard up-ltlll rame and
ete hlfln the ball on the no.e every
nan e. (INK IH N. TWO HITS.
M.." hid Htahl'a number on hla aec
- oat time at bat and atruck lilm out on
" o(lr pitched balla. Waner drove a lone
IF W Murray. Fletcher ran Into the
also of le't held for Carrlran erounder
hat ba.l rot peat lienor an' ehot It to
Marl for one of the preitleat put-outa
rf the rame NO KI N8. NO IIITH.
FIFTH INNING.
Hatty waa out on etrikea, but GaUTt.
K 1 ll'Bfiped the laa. one and hit I'
'.Jjitow to tlrat fit the put-out. After
r.i hk off two Hnodsruae waa elru't
iJHiit ln)- e rwSSt on t' e flrat and Itfted
Hlin eaay fly to l-.il. NO RI'NH. NO
1 1 HITS.
i n!,.r.M vu an eaay victim for Malty
ill i.l alruek out on three curve belle.
Hoo r saurM "latty napplnr and
jjajnmad a a ow one into eentre for a
llauKie. Juat at thla minute the eun
V broke throurh the eloude and rtrht
'(Pe1 aa llxided with aunehlne. Thla
made It nece.aary for Hnrnlrraaa ami
M .. tu rhaaca flelda. tinoxlrraaa be
uta a bad aun fielder. Hooper elole rec
all ' Meyera ma le a perfect throw, but
Retcher after touching hie man dropped
the hall and waa cluarred with an error.
Vlils coat a run, aa Yerkea followed with
a threv-baae hit to centre and Hoop. -Bared.
Speaker aimiohed a liner
atra'rht at Fletcher, who tcaaed the ball
to llerioa In lime to double Yerkea off
third ONE IUN TWO HITS
SIXTH INNING.
D Becker waa out on an eaey itrounder
ta Yerkea. Murray ceucht a faat eat
eeuareiv nn the noae, and amuahed it
Into centre for hla ee und hit. Merkic
Wa.te.1 until he waa In the two-three
hale end tren lined a drive lo Speaker
that went like a ehot. Murray tried
to ateal gecond nn the ee-ond hall
pitched, but Carrtgan'a throw to Wag
ner waa ae true ai a rifle ehot and Ja k
ae out by five feet. NO JtU.NH. OMH
HIT
T-wla ahot a faat one at Fletcher,
which waa fmiihUd momentarily, glv
Jug him a life at tlr.t. The dUi wa.
o clo... that the iftlcirtle lave l-ewla a
hit Oanlner waa out on a aaOriflce,
Malty to Merkic, l.ewia rolng lo aec
end. Thla waa ihe flu: time ..the'
team hed etlempted Ihe old atyle or
rtav tM rime mi ihl lifted an ,hi
Ty lo flrat. but Merkle, who waa
a uie, dropped ihe bail. Plahl then
rolled an eaay rronnder to Matty an t
Wee out nt flrat while Lewie took third.
"Wagner tapped a an under to Matty
apd waa alau ea.lly ibruwn out at flrct.
NO RUNS. ONE HIT
SEVENTH INNING.
After w.iltlng until ha hu.i folllna In
thg hole lleriog opeiu rl the venh
wlih a clean d'Ue to right field r.ir hla
aeeond hit of the rami'. Meyer- go twu
1 belle, aod then lifted an eaay flv i.i
.. Yerkea. On the tlrat Will pitched ,,
Kiel, her 1 1 -i -C1.V g.. II 11 Vint: 'l ill. I
"Bade a 'lean ateal of aeeond, which waa
Ee itr.t . a uf the eerlea lor iiu
;ijlante. Fletcher awung wildly sad
ppp I a Hy to Hilt 1.1. Thla put It up
'.I MathewsoBi hut the big fallow tried
Vo play out the atrlnt; .ml .truck out.
.'.Ho .1 N ,, o.s i rllT.
Carrlgan popped one to Hera ig.
whoee line atop end throw aaVrd a
ML Matly atruck out t'otllna.
blooper waa thrown by Lipyle. NO
tLNt;. NO HITS.
II
EIGHTH INNING.
Lew;, oiopped Rnodgraaa'a fly. Do 1
aunirie'' to center. ttuodgrHae t .ok
Se-runJ Doyle wna forced at second
BfhSB far keel took llickar'a grounder
)od threw tu Wagner, fnodgra.a went
to third on the play Hnodgrage
Hortd on Hurray's double intu the
MSjObera linker taking tulr.1 Cof
lb. a waa MS I from tbe bog and vvua
Mlleid by llall. C'tvlllua went to the
3M-:ch in tears.
- With lie c k 1 1 on third and Murrav on
fcecon 1. wlt.'i Horaap at the bat. Willi
mly one out. the New Yor tun. kept
up . leattbUeM cho.i'ing mcihu. eon I
p a blfi foul tj fJsrricsn. Cerrican
Ii ipped llciiog'e foul after n hard
Van. ii waa not an error Meeker a id
S"' i ay ecoied on Mrreog'e ' i iMgger
Sagui r took Meyera' guumler i'rd
jyew him out at drat. THUMB HLNS
tttRKK IIM.s, ONE Ultltolt.
Ymi riled In Murray. Speaker out,
Mathtw.un to Meikle. Lswla got a
jloui'l- In the let. fl' ld blea' here. MUr
TSY f'll head over heela Into th. I. n,
arary eund trying to make the caich
fl'j waa unhurt, and the crowed cheer
ed hlni for hla gainenea. L.rwla Scored
When Oanlner drove a vli loua hit
IPi-uu l'.elcher. Tbe official an r r
gave Fletcher an error on the play,
Wtahl got au Infield hit, which U n
could not handle. Oardner took third
oei the play.
tahl etola) geoond, Mayors trying to
ROOTERS LED BY MAYOR
IN BOSTON'S OIG STADIUM
Fans Give Giants a Cheer and Red Sox
Triumphant Welcome After Victory in
First Battle For the World's Title.
Staff OorrarpoBdant of Tag Evening World.)
PHNWAY PARK, Huston, Mass., Oct. 9. Huston turned out over
iii.ooo baseball tans this afternoon to see the Rid Sox do battle with
the Giants. As a reward for Its victory in the firM battle the Boston team '
inarched onto the field to a triumphant welcome. Gov. Foes and Mayor
PHzfttlld lel in the cheering.
One umpire And two
player pulled tip a tr'fl
the Olanttf
leme Just -
hit on roe risnt tswow ny a tasewsa. ..
and the win 'a badly sv.niirn. an mm
eo. In fact, that .loah n.ay not be able t
play t ha out -field to-day
He cannot bond
hla arm without are it pain. The other
Injured Olant l la k Munay.
In riltUDJ
lo teennd he fell heavll. on h:e shoulder
ainl the brulae caused liuri much tr iubie
last night,
yhe Hed Sns nlso rOI
irl an Injury to
.tar ahort.-iP.p.
t 'hurley H'amw, th"
I mi . . i . - .aa . ' 1 1 j 1
vmie tout mug nui nm.. ... .
hie hand wna cut by a aplke.
UMPIRE RIQLER HURT IN COL
LISION WITH MERKLE.
The inuat unique eaaUHlty la th crlp-
... . . f , in.',, . vbi ilnlritf
v,.,,.. ........ -
ouUMtl duty on the OUl Mm the
on.nlnit (tame. When the lart man .i
run to Join he j
ran hrnd on Into
Fied M.rkle. ItlKler not a terrible wl
lop.
and when he finally extricated lilm-
eelf from the fane who were running I
over the i,. ... be found that he had nulled I
a "Charley huree " Me will be lu thi
Meld to day Juat thr game.
Itnth mtinagera weri
onalderahly nn-
noses' thla morning over the fact that
i
none of the atliletea were able to go to
bed before 2 o'cloi. They alept until
II o'clock, however. Still, It Interfered
with their regular routine, and the
leadere ere -onalderahly SSSOl SJ well
rallruad company, which gave them ahlh MOB and aent thun careening
epeclal that waa delayed nearly three t
houra In getting Into
lluaiiin There i
WSS a wre.-k ahead.
Ae tune waa precloua to the many
baeeball player, who have turned au
thors, the N' iv Kngland lowna along
the way got an unexpected treat In lit
erature, whl 'h waa dropped oft (he train
In eheete at every gtopi
Tbe delay and the fellow-feeling of
mieery aoun worn away Ihe feellnge ol
rivalry between the HoetOS and Nuw
York player., and they frstSTBlSod to
gether In etory telling conteete and
poker game, all the way over. It ShM
evident that each team baa a lot of
reSnSOt for the other.
Tne call tu eriua to-day wm aounded
promptly at U o'clock und In uniform
tbe rival playeia rode to Fenway i'nrk
In taxlcaba. All the wav out they were
cheered by the DrOWdk that bung oloni;
the etreeia There wue a teirlolc hul-
lababxi when Ihe two team, paa.ed the
gieat crowd, tha; were lined up In an
effort to get Into the fifteen thniuand
eeata that are open. It waa evidently
early In the day that large proportion
of the Boston fana would be dleiip
Pointed and would have to wa!ch the
proceedlnge Ma the bulletin boards
very ropers id aeai w.i. .old dayi ago.
To aOOOMMSdstS ne many ua DOSStbla,
the local WianHSfSenl arseted tempor
ary hleaehera thai will aeat ten tnou.
aand. Thla will run tin total eaUng
capacity up to H Mk
CHEERS FOR THE GIANTS. BUT
STORM FOR THE RED SOX.
There are no fairer minded fana In
catch Gardner nt thled but falling.
Warner .trui k out o.nf. iipv twi
HITS ONH mntiili
NINTH INNING.
Heti her out. Wamer to ri.imi it
waa a dasallnr piy. Wacnsr took ,
Fleli her'a g rounder with one h ind unit
nipped ihe runner by a few faat. Stahl
took IBS ball with one hand. M.illu waun
p ipped o.u to labl
Haodgraag took hla hi.e on null it ;
was the flrat has,, on ball. alVSS In'
lbs rami Snodrtaaa atole eeoond, Oar 1
rlgan'i throw being i(,w. Doyle vvne
Burpoeely passed to Rrst Btoker niso
took hi. buie on balls Darker wu
forced ;.t gaoond when Wamer t ok
Muriuv a grounder and threw to Yei
BSS. No RUNIi Nil IIITH.
Carrlcaa wat- out, Msthswson to
Merkle, Han fouled out Is Herons.
Hooper tl'ed out to Doyle, No Hi's
No HITS.
TENTH INNING.
Merkle ro' a three l.aee hit. Warner
threw nut HerBOS. at tlr.t. Meyera w i
purpoaely paeeed to flrat MoCormltfJ
batted tor Fletcher, uiiafer ran f-r
lleyere.
M '-kl.. aoor.'.l .... Uni'..,,,! ,1.', .....Hi.
' ft,v lly to 1.,-wIh sh,u,.. . .k .. con I n
ins taros to en i Me
Mathewson Hied ,. .
RUN. ONE hit
rkla at thn piato
Yerkea mm-:
Ml.on went !ri to .at' h and Klinfer
went i ihortetop, WlUon t"..k rsrkes's
rrousder and threw dim out t tlrst
Kneaker dnive a huner to esnlrs.
Bpsskora irive wo. to deep eentre.
mid the oin ii tourer rave hlni a
three BOM hit and an error to the
ratoker Uewie got u,, iMa bit.
Doyie took Qtrdoar'a (rounder umi
threw him nut 1(t nret Lew la took
thirl Kersoi throw out Hiahl at flrat
Qstl IO N. TWo hits, ONK NUtHUa
ELEVENTH INNING.
n. 1 Ml went into the U,x. I!i ,1
Bnodf rati on the arm mi the
tu hit
battel
took n a oass. ooyii iltu k out.
It mi. prowll I la t and loud to fol
low the bun. laedrraai wsg out alsal.
Ing. Carrlgan to Wamer ll'cker took
la base OH bull. Iieik-r out stealing.
Csriigea to Warner ko KUNB.
hafer took Warner1! rruunder and
threw him out at llrsi Carrlgan we it
out by the Sbafer-M. i kle route
Hedlinl waa out Mithewaon 10
Met kle NO RUNS,
Hume called on accfunt of Uurknei--.
Hello! What Kind? Briftg Rod Crou
e (.east Ungt tier; ua. . Ig, PM bag. S
II
ithe world than In ri,.ein and that Ml
a, , ,y ha anonueaalM atuiuia ..
in.. uMima when Hiev went on the Pel. I
and t.ea-uri t toe the hall uround In I
practli-e Th,. ahmit that rfrMtOd the
New Ynrkera. however. m like n I
aephyr i .mipureil w ith the atr.rin thnt
burat when the Hed Ho MMld 00 aeen
cnmlriar acioaa the rii.l.i n,.mi,, iu im
lubout her tiall Nut, M!d If they ehmild i
happen lo loae thta World a ChsntplOfH
ahlp the whole city will ro Into
mourning
Mayor Fltrgerald waa on the (oh lead
ing the roirtera and runr.ng thing. In
enersj. Hla voice la nearly Worn out
from making IpeeOhSS SJIt. cheeilng the
Hetl Sin. but If he .hould falter QOT
r Fuea le right there to MM k him up
and take the Job. No Htate or city ever
had two more enthualaetlc rontere than
lie Uovernor Of MaBgQnhllgQlll and the
Mayor of Boston.
Ho. ton a t 111 t II re I fir, I I'm wna evl-
dently lei-?. WlMI) enthiiMiaatlc thun that
.f New Vork. an a' I 30 there were
etlll l.rie vacant PStObei In the unie-
eerved eaeUOB of the blOaV here. It waa
a nulei. unilemunitrullve crowd which
had apparently ccune out Bra PS red to aee
the undoing of a aumewhat blatant and
boa'tlul rival, and which was In nowlxe
fearful of ti.u outcome or dlepOOOd to
come exclte'l over the prupualtlon.
STIFF WIND JUST BEFORE THE
GAME BEGAN.
1 luring the preliminary batting prac
tice a allffenlng wind, blowing In tha
direction of left centre, boo' ted the
",e 10w WSBSSOra and emaahlng
' m " " neiu rence. wnsrs
a aim Hiatiiig that Thomas w. Uswson
Would give 11.000 to the player who
tlrat s naehnd into the System's elate -
the nillii nlat- being I pin pslatsd on
ll'iout 1C.0 feet dlamSt
Inducing eacli
batter to bsnd hla blnglea In that one.
lion.
One feature which crowned the
Oiaiua' early practice lay In the Speed
with which IfcOrSAS runbed out hie
wrecking new for pln.b-hllllng pur
POSSS, Mct'ormlek, Wllaon and ('run
dull liluxed awuy at WUtSO'S cro. all I'
lo bo ,n eitg. In'caae Miubl Started
(MUlM
A few minute, before tbe call of
"Piny ball" an auiomuhile, a pfSSSBt
from tbo Boston fsSI to M.inager rtt.ibl,
waa iliivcii OUl on I lie field mid .Mayor
Fitzgerald, grain uttlrud In hla Polo
Grounds Bcansry of top bat ami Prince
Albert cost, stood iii ihi- tonnsati and
delivered nn oration whh h must hiv.
been rood thou rh not hesrd in the
aland, -a. he wu- iille.l oil tu repent It
In presenting i'jpi. Heinle Warner with
a silver bit The Mayor alao posed
attlStly, Wagnei, lu in hiuid, while
th camera brigade turned loose. Tim
new automobile wna then driven off the
field, violation oil Boa ton city Ordl
nun. " by Smoking like an overworked
flue
VtimBtrS O'lsllHlllhl look ble pox!
tlon In bind ihe ii.it. : I ntplra Rlgler
gave deobilons on the bases, while i'm
piie Klsm wsnl to isfl Held and Umpire
Rvana to right Beld,
H waa announced th.it u hit into tha
left Held aland, would count a. a two
hBjps lilt, While hlta Into other temporary
aiuiuia would go sa laome runs,
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KILLED WIFE WHO TALKED
uiapiea ted Hwawaad Meat a Has i -tit
mi,, i. i noBSJOsleMta,
TiiKNToN". n j . Oct I, Patrick en
right of Itehm 1 1 root, w ia krreetod to-
iiav una charge of having murdered 111
wife, Catherine Hnrtihl Aoeordlnt to
me poibe Bnrlfbl went home ttruiiN on
ttaluruay ami beat his wife for talkie.
to neighbor, over tne bask fell' e. He
beat (be WontSft JetOI In tit" I v . the
police nay, tin aha unoonaoloue,
Then ii- culled up the i ity Hoipllal
on the telephone, asknl for un ainbu
laBOSi and alao aotlflsd Hie poller, say
lug that hit wife wga anink, The woin-
.iii wue taken t., th" bospttsJi where sbs
led to-day. Mniirht waa making sr
range nenta for the funeral when in w.im
ariveted.
FEATURES OF GAME AT A GLANCE.
i
oodrraea. the flrat maa to faea
hare been a homer bat for the (roaad ralea.
&arry Doyle waa the flrat atrllre-o-it victim of may Colllaa
Hooper atole the flrat baoe of the eerlea la the Brat lanlnr.
low to eeoond.
ri.teher'e ainaT of Tarke'e llaer In the aeeond half of the nret anolled a
chance for an eaay donbleplay. Tola left the baaea foil.
attahra lon atagle la thla I a nine eoored both Speaker and i.ew'a after
Terkao had touted on aa Infleld rronnder. Thla rave the Bed Hot a three-ran
lead.
erica, fit la the loaveot nit of the eerlea eo far. when ho lined a triple
to centre In the aecoad.
Myora'a hit nearly pat Oardner oat of baaiaeao, otrlklaf him on the head
and knocklnr him flat. Manor ooored oa it.
Hooper aot hia aoooad hit off Matty, la the aeeond half of the oeooad. a
doable to right.
Merkle marveUoao atop of Speak. r'a hot ohot poet flrat la the third
hronffht oat Hoetoa eheora.
Murray, the flrat Olant np in the fourth, contributed a triple and afterward
cored the Olanta' aoooad run on KOraor'a lone fly to Dpeahor.
Meyera rot hla aoooad hit of th fnnia la the fourth, a loag- eluaUe throua-h
( wajiir.
Fletcher made a pretti pnt-oat whoa he rot Carrlran'e rronnder paet
Hereor. on the ran, and nailed the Boeton catcher at Merkla'a bar.
Oolllaa atmck oat Matty and aaodrraaa la aaooeaeioa la the flfth.
Hooper alnrlod la the flfth. Up to thla atare ho waa the etar of tha ram
with three hlta and two atoloa baaea. Ha never failed to make a hit.
Fletcher made hla aeeond error when he dropped Meyera'a throw to catch
Hooper ateaitur In the flfth. Thla ooat a ran, aa Yerkea tripled rtrht after-
a.
Y.rke a triple mad, tha elath hit off Matty np to thla atare.
Mnrray rot hla aoooad hit In tha elath, but hie attempt to ateal the flrat
made by the Qlaate, waa apolled by Carrlraa'a perfect throw to Warner
Lewi, a qneationable hit, which Fletcher momentarily fumbled, rorlatorod
ill vu ny to Mie eecona nail 01 the elath.
After maklnr hla aooond hit of the
clean eteal of aecoad. tha first of tha
Mnrray regtei.red ale third hit of tha rame In the olfhth. Hie re com
np to thla time waa a triple, a aingie and a doable.
Collin, waa taken out In tha eighth Inning, after Murray, hit acored Snod
graaa and Hall waa aent In to pitch for the Hed Boa.
Honor wae the hero of the Olaat rooters in tha eighth when hie doable
ecored both Becker sad Murray and put the Olanta one run in front
leewle tied the score In the eighth, brought In by Oardner'. vlctou. hit
HM1, Had So pitcher, -paseed" Snodrraaa and Soyla In the ninth,
stacker alao drew a base on balls, tha third In a row.
Merkle rave Olaat rootera hope with a triple etartlng the tenth
peaher'a home run In tha tenth tied up the game for tha eocond time
Bedlent went in to pitch for the Bed Boa In the elevaath Inning
TWO BECKER CASE
OUT OF THE BOX
(Continued from Flrat Page i
in fror.t of the Hotel Metropole BBS who
af lei ward Identified It aa that of Koeen
thal. Immediately after we prove the
MMHa .lMll t .hull ,nll t.i II. r-.
o,.,h,i ,M, n,-.i aSinaaa.
"TWMUiarh ih., teailmonv of Mn ltoa-
cnlheii I i xptct tu et.ibllsh ur f in-i.i-Uon
fur thi mutiv of th murder and
the i uniiplraoy. Our MSI tHMM Hill
b? Jat k Hone, who will tell of hii tul
btM tianHactlonst with th .-ase l ami
lAl ttrit reliant, aurl khn events It- iUing
.in tfl the murder. Then will follow
Mr dgle" Webber, Harry Vallon and
-.iTn H.-heppt. An for the rent of tht
State' vVltnttMl I have not arranged
ihi ordft t their Bppfaranee.
I'rUute dfti'ctlves In the employ of the
Lilfllrkt Attorney's OfllOfl are guarding
all of ttu Juror. Huiih take plac'8 in
tin court rx'tn an spectators, therh
Wrl asMlined to cover the trips down
town of ltosi', ehber, allon and
ox huppa. btwuh former inem Of r uf tut
old Central Ofltce smad, relired detec
tlveH, have been observed among tlnse
private detectives, while a majority ap
,iur tu he htrangois itiound tiv. t,rimltial
units -iiilldlntt.
LAWYER HART RECOVERS AND
APPEARS IN COURT.
John W, Mart, wh
hts home. vuppOsitdly
na- seen in at
froin bionchltla.
uitieU t hi. til uf tCsttfftf OOtlflMl to
lay, la k Inn his place beKlde John 1'.
ut lntyr. as second In command. AH
'OUV of tha OOOUOOd lawyer. Sjf grudu
' i of the Dlstrlct-Altorney'r, OtttOO.
t'he two yottnCOf coon - are tteorge
iVhltesldfl and Lloyd ItryHor,
The Hi m tali f-mun Oftllod to-day was
s.i. it i:.-lcr, a drygouds mei 'hant, of
no. Z& Wast Nlnety-sevei.th s.reet. He
Aouldn't do, us he had forme I an un-
I ahtk4bli opinion. John A- Roid of
o. Ml Wet one Hundred and P'orty-
flfth afreet ana almtlerly hampered. 80
wue with Hdward J. Oraets, cotton
I nken. Of No, H William at net.
Still iihother biased op nam excuaed
Clifford C, Qoodwlni real estate, of No.
Hamilton place. John D. Malltl.iml
if No. sis Kasi one Hundred and sixth
atreeti OUffered from uremic polaonlug.
aherofure J.iHtic Uuff lei luni gn.
The defenae atthaueted in twenty-
tlSth peremptory challenge to gut rid of
vlelbon Well, aecretary of a mauufactui
tll concern at No Ml Wool one Hun-
I red and Third street Thii left only
four more of lleckcr'a arbitrary chal-
anree, Mr, WMtmsn bad used siethlosa
if the Stale'a thirty challenge..
Joeeph a Nopnan of No. M st. Nleh,
laa avenue wa. prejudiced, Robert
llanerhke, electrical engineer, of No. n
MomlnrSlds avenue, vva. Ilkewfae ex-
Ueed for cauae. l'lejudlce lilaaed the
nlnd of Arthur J. Wolf of No. 10.",
iVopdyorSSl avenue. 1 tie Hronx. Then
un.' on aoQIIslntanes of the deceated
Herman Hoeenthali Benjamin Morlts,
rholeeale irocer, of No, n vTosl Ons
ifundred end forty-fourth aireet Two
i "tiona dlepoeed of him.
The-one htin. lied und twenty-teennd
era bar of the panel, Leopold Kreaaier
f No ill Wejt One Hundred and
'urtlfth eirrct, had frl. uda In the Dlt-
rlot-Attorney'a oSee and the atronre.t
nt of an opinion.
FRIEND OF ROSE NOT WANTFD
ON THE JURY.
The aekl veniremen wa a iir. btuo.
' d 11 nn, a fiiemi of ".luck ' Rote and
Harry Pollok, He la Kdward wett of
If, x Claremont avenue. lie wai ex
lised for actual blue.
The .Hi- ' iSllsnred peremptorily
Pbomsa K. Kapplnoy, rteufanco man, of
So. Ill 'ett N.met v-.ev ciith .ti eet alter
Mi. MOlptyre had examined hlSS at
ength and Becker had aigniiied hi.
ippruVgl He wai- Ihe a'xteenih tale.-
nsn called to-day. Auckland t Cor-
I 'ver of No. I'.m RIvsrsMs Drive wa
1N1 rhsllenred,
Heoker'a twenty.eeventh peremptory
'hallenee dlepoeed of (rllee If. free of
m.i. ptis Waterloo ilreet, t ie ispons,
dec 'l-'i opinion escuoed John T.
oyle publlehor of anorllbl b.Kjka at
tfo, Ml Rl, Nichol it place.
profeaalonai ohauffetir Kdward D
letehrll, of No HI Weel one Hundred
ind Thlrty.elkth atreet, .111 not t'llnli
could render nn Impartial verdlc
ia! went away en hla ehaulfeurini
.adnr rji Davta, 0 wal hmen in the
It iUe ! rartment td had bu.lnea
leallnga With John I-' M I in re, au the
'oiirt u seed bin aj-..ii".
Clduey tj Un. fStlrsd, u Nu. B14
JURORS TAKEN
Oolllaa, alammed out
donbl. that would
Ceyere throwing
fatal In the atventh, Honor made a
eariee for the OHante
Wett One Hun ltd , Twenty-iecond
atreet. drew out the t a enty-elgbth
peremptory challenge of the defense.
"Jack" Ro.e. 'Sam" cheppe and thn
four gun 1 en indicted with Meeker were
brought from the Weal Side Court
prison to an anteroom adjoining tho
trial room. They were In charge of
heavy guard. Itote and otteppe were
kept apart from "Oyp the BlOOd" nnd
hla pall. ,
M'INTYRE OAID THE JUDGE WAS
GETTING ANGRY.
Yt hlle the one hundred and thirty-tlx
veniremen wae being examined Mr. Mc
Intyre remarked (not for the enra of
the COVrt) thai Juatb-e Kfr wae In a
Wrathy frame of mind becauee of the
definae'a tactlca In tiling up all their
peremptory challengea. One o'clock
came and no receea waa declared. Two
deaf men dlSOUSSSd their Hate of deaf
noaa at length and were dlBnila.ed.
Mr. Molntyre uaed hla twenty ninth
peremptory challenge airalnat Jerome
R, Allen, an architect of No. 345 Fifth
BVenuO, Ihe flrat venireman colled thla
nf ternoon.
"That leave alx," whispered Mr
Inlyre to hla uaanclate. Mr Hart, "and
we have to get two of them."
ltut the next man up wue accepted and
eworn In, tilling the teat Vacated by
Juror Wake. He I Charles Rauchfuaa, 1
a real ealate broker, of No. HI Wett
one Hundred and VMfty .fifth street. Hs I
la n fair, blue- a)wd mun about forty
years old and the haldeat Juror to far!
accepted.
By a elnrular coincidence aeveral ,
later once who were dlamla.ed In one
tWO-three order were dark, brown
eyed and the majority bearded. "Tho
darker the talesman, " obosrvsd Mr.
Molntyre, "the at i oncer hla opinion.
That'" the roaaon ere are plugging for
fair hair, of the blue-eyed variety"
JUSTICE GOFF FIRES BROAD- 1
SIDE AT TALESMEN.
Vehemently expreeacd hla.,. ta ta'et
men Succeeded laletman, excused for
lauae began to get on luetics (toff 'a
psrvse umi be Bred a broadelde at ta.e--
men In general who "SWoro themaelvea
i ut of court."
William D. llatet of No, aj Wet
Nlnety-elrhth atreot bad reiponded to
Mr. Whitman that hla opinion, would
prove a terloua haniper. .a he flnlah"d
- ' iking the Court aald to the prose
cutor: Mr. Whitman Ihi. la the (wenty
eeventh man to-day who hat aworu
hhnaelf out of court und Jury duty
Their dlaijunllf v Ing opinion, are nn In.
dice tlon to the Court thai you cannot
depend on their bonooty."
Thla hot shot didn't .Inn the emlle of
tilssman Balsa, who hopped down
launtllly from the stand und went on
bis way.
POST CARD
cje-ttou (JvuuXtd
l .U1 fid in tilt pcumj)
rm yw 'Jntt ofitis
Bl tatjaj I j LS
Special for Wednesday. 9th;
tnn 1 1 n i it t IT i
IlM II
10c
i 'it r. . i nufnn
l.le line. nn Ml
nox
Wednesday's Ollerlng
Ml Ml V
mk racaM nn-
M--I '. .Kb'
reine et.e- aee
inn mi mix a'eV
and I i , II i
VII our -i .
I 'ii.ii
mien
Milk CUotolite Covered
Filbert Clusters
Mr'.ty KlUirnp. rsrrvlrpT rral food alue
u e i 1 1 i io m sits i n svfii mors
i tort i nn i ..i-.t ,i thickly
wlih t'lsiulum M: k
i.. . .
39c
Mil Mi BOX
KING NICHOLAS
ON FIRING LINE IN
WAR WITH TURKS
Kuler of Monteneffrti, With
Son, Joins His Troops in Hot
Fighting on Frontier.
BERLIN, Oct. . Fierce tlrlilln ati'l
hurried movement! of troopa were re-
porlw In prorreae to-day all alonr th
Turko-M.intenearln. Turko-Hulaarlan
and Turku-Servian frontlera. Iteporta
wei-a current that the Turke have wlpod
out one dutaehnmnt of Montenerrlne
who invaclvU their territory. A itronrer
force wae e&ld tu be maklnr forced
marctiea toward SouUrt. In Albania, to
aid the Albanian robela who an be-i,he
alenlnr Keaed i'aaha there
The llrht between the Turite and
Montenerrlna at Ilerana waa atlll In
I nroro when the lateat advice were
received. At Kalava the Turgg re
puleed the Mont, nerrlna. king Hick
olae of Monteaerro la at the front In
pereon. hat it la thoarht he will direct
operatlona from tha Moauaerrla aide,
without actually croetlnr the frontier.
Hie eeoond eon. Prince ktlrro, who la
with hlni, may Join one of the Invading
, forcee.
i HAL.ONIKI. Turkey, Oct. . riehl-
IfUJ contlnuea between the Turklah and
MontnOr1n force, on the Montenerrin
frontier. Kb. ail I'aaha. the Turklth
commander of the force marching to
the relief or Hcutarl, hat paaaed the
river ltoyamv without encntnterlnr any
oppoeltlon The Albanlane in the fron
tier dlatrlcta have proRtlaWd to restrain
the Montenegrin troops without tny
help from the Turklah tronpt.
LONDON. Oct. , Condi matlon of the
rupture of diplomatic relations With
Turkey Ly both Bulgaria and tortfla
hue been received In Parle, according
tu a neWa agency detpatch from thai
city. A Bulgarian force It reported to
have croeeed the Turklah frontier and
Klnr Ferdinand la told to be hurrying
eoathward to take command
of the
allied Balkan troops.
The flrat encounter between Hervlan
and Turklth troopa It reported to have
occurred In tho Javlr dla.rlct of tho
Sanjak of Novlpitar. according to a
ncwe ngeney deapatch from Belgrade.
The Servian I'remler declared to-day
that the action of the Powers had been
taken too late.
If BSIVla nnd Bulgaria have not al
ready declared war on Turkey as re
poried fiom Parla It la believed every
where that I hey arc on the point of
Joln.ng their mobilised armlet to that
of Montenegro whoae troops are auld 'o
be generally engaged With th" Turk..
alOPJJ the frontier. Snould the two j
Balkan nation, decide lo appeal to mm. i
about half a million soldiers of tho
Balkan Statea w'.io have been enncen
t: at. tig fur the pas: week will be ready
to oppose the Turklth army. The mem
bers of the Ottoman troop. In BUroPsan
Turkey have been variously estimated
and tire unoers oo.l tu totul several hun
dred, of thousandt.
LOUISVILLE ENTRIES.
1)L'ISV1LLK. Ky.. Oct. -The en
tries for tO-mOrroW are na follows;
RSV B Vl i: -Pur. ; two .r.r lll; m.i.len
ioIU;
five anl one half furli.uga
r .ruir
lis
to
l
111.': Haaim,
ler, llj; ht
IkL liar, ll.'t
tlJ. Oirr I. u
Jimuiu. Ulll. llgj T ii it:
iMuiie, iitj it".,. t aw uer, lis:
Vir.,' vv atuer, llai nr. J..k,
.mi. iii,
Lb uvii nvi K. -.-.- res rear-okta alx fur
I.i i;, Siuautttoua, Pai; Prti.c. Ilnmii, luij
f'riMiM, 1UJ; l.iiat lilitaiu. IU7, hui,Ku Hoiim-,
1 1
TIIIKIl HH'R - Helling- bet et iSdi nnl
Mllie. and oiarei; wae unite tod trveaty yanU
Ellinl Kau.... .-i.aay.. lei; ,'iu..t lUUI
BietttlfiU. Msi: I'traia PMBt, l"ft; V.'t.tilng
DUna, lo. r'nismiver, 110: Sui,.l, HAM : Hil'-u.'.
100.
InlltTM HACK Handlea-: ell ages; .it
full 'ii.. I i. - ni. 'i Iill; RaflegL lu7; Juo
It.,..). HIM; lie. tu Maibee. llu, L.. tie Kallur.
nt
UKTII BACK - I'linw. Ihlet iter Midi nd UD
",.. u.ii. itei.jroi.i. in: i-iij ut tm; aria.
ling Widow. t'T: WleOn-een Ie.l. l-u Herat,
,., I .iilliUeaa. !'' b'arl.iltlr, 1111.
mIXTII ItM'K grl'hlgl thr r .ear-Ida s.l
up, oee aide Jeett W,., tSj MeOlaleeg, 101 1
li.iiAuuir. LOS; I'liff. 100: Hen ral Mtrch,
in .nt. 1W: '".Wei, pat; fireman. Jos, T H
Mltriite. ins, M'.klar. 111.
Tt"li f
. J
JSaa If. W, HOAiZnai
6 &4u
tTrade .tiark.l
Special for Thursda;. 10th
I HOI HI Ml t I 11 t'li
10c
M i I.l IM Ultf. v.lne el.e.
wbe-e. I'OI Ml MOX
Ih-irda 's Offcrlirg
SMOIU II .1111111 N tl.MOMlNi V
-ii, . lalue rlae'v h.'re, ft l If
in' mi nox Irv
Ii 1 1 .-lu'.T"-'
oi" n ever, rvrnlna un
i evenlna iigi II 1 1 eV lo
ock.
APS P,owa.N4Kafl
Tea- pTMOiriM Wrts
Instsncu
Includei thu contslnsr.
. V. .JJ. -f I
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Mb
REAL ESTATE MAN,
ON FISHING TRIP,
FAILS TO RETURN -
Mystery Surounds Disappear
ance of Charles S. Ittel in
Morris Cove, Conn.
i liarlea H. fttel. a real eeiat,. aalea
Imnn for the Whoatlev Helahta Katatca
1 t No. 4;. ttVst Thirty-fourth aireet and
""MM h.nn. wna at No Addlaon ave.
! Kutherfonl. V. J., hired a boat at
i'P'- I'ei'k'n wharf. Morrle Cove, near
vf"' "aven. Conn., yeeterrlay and went
,'1 fl"h Mjf to-day :apt Peck,
Wf,rr.ed ut Ittel e failure to return, aet
m" ,n flr"1 Mw' thr.-e mllee out In
f,"u,ul he found the bent, with llnee
,,vf the aide and a POrUOD of unde-
vinired lunch on 'he teat Ittel wna
rone.
Though f'apt. Peck made a eearch of
the surrounding water for the body nnd
word writ (lashed through all Ihe ftrtn
h OUSei about the nearby shore of the
Cove to learn if a man antwerlng Ittel a
feeortptlon had landed there, not hint
to his whereabouta or the manner of hla
end. If death overtook him. could bo
found. Th" Blsatnc man's watch vv.is
left nt Pevk't wharf, where he has)
changed Into some rough fishing cloth, a
loaned to him by thi hnntkeeper. Busi
ness letters were found In bis pockets,
but thi re w as nothing like a farewell
note lUOh us one planing suicide might I
write.
.1. Barrett, manager of the Wneatl'
lev HOttThtS rt;itet, said to-day that I
he was itnabl'.' to account for the Haifa. 1
terlout (llaappeurinre of the man who J
had worked under him at a competent j
salesman for many yenre. Barrett Bald
that Ittel had rone to New Haven on
the firm's buslncaa and that he, Pari-
let:, hail received a letter at lately na 1
yesterday, wherein Ittel htrt spoken
cheerily Of tne prospects of doing gooil
bUalneaa 'n New Haven,
"I know of. no poflble reason Why
Mr. Ittel should have committed sui
cide. If It should be found that such i
was his end," aald Barrett. "I believe
that hit death, If he did die. wat due to
an aecfdi tit."
Ittel hnd been nt the Hotel Taft for
over a week and had epent money ;
freely, according to Hie report from ,
New Haven to-day.
KOTHIIIG EQUALS
P6SLAM FOR ALL
SKIN DISEASES
NntMnR !s so rapid and effective as
Pnslam whrn used for nny itrliing tkin
trotilile, Which, in nil form, and condi
tion it aperilily currs. With first SB
plication. itCblni stops; liniiily cnmfurl
tomes; restful -Icep mnv lie enioyeil.
Ilrnlinr proceeds rnpiitly, for I'osluiii i- i
Intetteely urtlvc nnd exerts its curative I
power, continuously until all causes of
iinnoyance are removed.
All who suffer from nnv form of i
"Cxemn, ui nr. letter, bsrben itch, scaly
-cnlp, rasli, (.iniples, etc., or nny skin I
ifllictitn whatever, .liould easploy thi. i
nerfect rrntedv at once.
POBLAM 60AP keeps the skin secure
.iguin'i Infeetloa and uaesst, Improvei !
il. color and texture, sontbrs tender
skin, makri complexions clear, hund-
ft The best sbappoo for dandruff
All druggists sell 1'oslnm (price, .Ml cents
ahd Postem Sonp (price, lfi cents'.
r0t free aanip'i'., write to the Ktuer-
ency Lahoniturirs, Wcat ItthSlroSt,
Vew York Titv.
Weare now thowingthe
newest FALL STYLES
SHORT VAMP
SHOES
Cubaa A French Heels
Ncvtittcs in
.. RAVCNEm
high buituu and Lace S ocs
ALL Ml. I tilt I'lilt 1 ....
J. GLASbBEAG,
ST 0 HE S '35 ffi Via)" K'al Veme
llluatraied Cat ilntue J trap.
PUT THE OTHER
FIFTEEN CENT6
IN THE BANK
(Hdtfngltsb
Per lOc Edot.le
IT'8 WOriTH A QUARTER
TRY IT
tot' bill iu so vot itgr.t.r.
cunt KM -iii. IT,
I Prltchard, Maker. 1JI Spring St.,N. V
CARPET J. 4 tl. W. MILIUM
Trl. iH CalaalMu. Kl' i-,
CLEANINGI 353 Wist 51th S
OIEO.
t Al l. Ml V. On tinnilay. Oct. 7. 1012
after lingering lllneat. Kl.I.A Tltlt-rL
wile of Willi. m II. Vallulv.
Funeral eervleee Weilutailay evanlna
at t e'oldok at her lata realdencc. i7U
J.fferaun ave., llrooglya.
Chlueae vapart pleate ceey. ,
AnrtivS''
ECZEMA OFJHE SCALP
AFTER 20 YEARS Urf7KRINQ
i SAXO SALVE BRINGS RELIEF.
j "For to years 1 uttered with dry
' erremn of 'the acalp. lurin whicl.
r . . t I ' 1 tMMi ,...n 1 1 p. I M.,.m.
lime nan irirn .--; , , tlZZLfi
rrmnly on tbe market without benefit
t lat I law ao paive aovenieen
nd deiided to try R, and after MMM
. . .1 .1 U ,(. MM.
nne iniie. lor tne iirai time m .w 1"'-
I am free from tbat terrible itchinfi ami
araly dandruff. I wiah every on WT
fering from ccfema or ollirr fkin trouble
only knew what a wonderful remedy
rtaxo Salve ia." T. r 'J'hompion
llopkin.ville, Ky. ........
haxo Salve ..llav. the fri(thtful itrl
inr and burninr MllHli deatro;
the rerm. and heula the kiu.
You cannot do better than to try M
for errema, tetter. rin(w,.rm r.r ?
kin affeition. fit 1Y lini
moli' v if Saxn Salve doe. nnl . ! :
Villi
ArRikerandHegeman 1
Stores in New York and
Brooklyn and at all dm;
storrt where this blue
and white sitn mME
ii dif plfyed.
Kow would you
like to be in
Joe Wood's
shoes?
He wearn
REGALS
Naval Dinner, 5?C
v.illli.- Served Thum-.'.-y. Oct. 10,
lUJj A. M. lo 2 15 P. M.
VYSTK, OCJiTAiL "
C.ELMIY. RADISH Ot, OBBBKiNB
TOMATO HhOTH
A'imintl (hti-haus
ur HGCK Tl RTLS Am.riraim
in ( ii,
PRIM) riLKrHf hASS Columbia
of R0 AC HED .'(f'(. a in Mayev
CAPON CUTLET llbn-t,- ,anj
or ROAST YOONO 7 ORKSY
4 roaoersM Huue$
POTATOES a la Maine an t
(Irr. n Pi na
SALAD FLORIDA
MBBRBi T UlUUi'lAltA AND
ASSORTED C A KtR
COFFE AM) TEA
Kil htli I lour ,
FURNITURE
lis ' mlniilr furniture, n,ua of Uua-
' -( WllUlltta llUllUkti UUt llieil'tlUTe tlllQ-
tbiIv I'Tlrrtl.
1 .00 WEEKLY
X Opens an Account
$3.00 Down on $.-
$5.00 Down on $75
$7.50 Down on $100
CASH CR CREDIT. SVME PRICE
I ins ti ahlr Hsltafd Mthagttt SdHaea Ptelaa
s it. adni -leti'iil u. t-.-i. in aalorvaai oi
ir est ll I'm, Bel '' ' ."H a' i-. no
ni?r vr.fa! P ifrv at $33
iliMOS) WEST 12..TH ST.
frsen Monday ami aatardai Bveatare,
Ids J V3T
151 7e-
li-tl ; ..." t ill laiunlerinv! hold ibapO.
Try t.ict.t it will pay you, Ihe
newest thane Ii (lie rsmbroke, with
LIN COUO"i SAl'-ON" 11UTT0N.
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