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GIANTS WIN THIRD
BOX SCORE
OF THE
Third Game
World's Series
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GUNMEN IDENTIFIED
LINED UP IN COURT
AT THE BECKER TRIAL
Case Gets Under Way with the
Calling of Policeman Brady, Who
Tells About the Shooting of
Gambler Rosenthal.
BECKER LAWYER FIGHTS
EVERY INCH OF GROUND.
AIRMAN BEATTY
DROPS 1,500 FEET,
GETS A SCRATCH
T. R. $1 00,000 FUND GIANTS BEAT RED SOX 2 TO 1
WITH MARQUARD IN THE BOX
RECEIPT BURNED
SAYS ARCHB0LD
Bride Had Alighted From : paper With Signature of Bliss
11 ii i I
wacnme a rew Minutes fnr .st.inrlnnH nil r.iff "Not i
Before the Crash.
AEROPLANE DESTROYED.
Brooklyn Crowd Surprised to
See Pilot Emerge Unhurt
From the Wreck.
Mclntyre Interrupts Whitman's
Opening Address, but Most of His
Objections Are Overruled.
A crowd as large as any that assembled in the Criminal Courts Build
inj during the trial of Harry Thaw besieged the doors of Justice Golf's
courtroom this afternoon clamoring for admission to the Becker trial. The
lower floors of the big building were clogged with men and women vaiajy'
struggling for a chance to get I sight of Becker and hear the evidence.
Such a crush had not been anticipated, and the police guard on hand
during the intermission for luncheon was insufficient. The news that the
jury had been selected, that District-Attorney Whitman had delivered his
opening address, and that the trial proper would begin right after noon
was sufficient to draw an immense aggregation of curious persons.
Immediately after the
When the Jury relumed from lunh
at the Broadway Central Hotel the
court officers In charge were unable to
force a way through the Jam on the
ground floor. Ten pollcik-en were fur
nished and they opened a path with a
flying wedge ami protection formation,
through which the Jurora reached their
room. Then Justice ("off ordered the
earrldora cleared and Capt. Tlerney of
the Elisabeth street station with thirty
man were half an hour In driving the
cariosity-seeker out Of the building.
In the crowd was the old and feeble
mother of William 8huplro, chauffeur
of th murder car and one of the men
under Indictment with Decker. She was
ao tnltnt on entering; the court roo.n
that th court officers supplied her with
POLICEMAN BRADY FIRST WIT
NESS ON THE STAND.
After the Jurors took their seats As
slstant District-Attorney Frank Moss
called as the first witness for the
prosecution John J. Brady, a patrolman
attached to th Wuat Kurty-sevvn:ii
street station.
Brady said he was on post in Times
Bauare and Forty-third street about
third street
hooting.
Ir. Iiennls Taylor of the New York
Hospital testified tht he had been
called to the Metropolo. had een the
body of Herman ROM1 thai, and pro
nounced the mnn dead. He had not ex
amined the bod.
The PrOaMUtor next called Coroner s
1 hycieiaa Otto H. .s.hultxe. who had
performed an autopsy OI, the gambler's
body.
WAITER HECHT TELLS OF SEE
ING THE SHOOTING.
Jacob Heoht of No. m West On
Hundred and Fourteenth street, who
was employed as a waiter In the Metro
pole last July, was called and told of
being In the restaurant of the ho'el
when Rosenthal went out to hjs death,
and of having witnessed the murder.
Hccht was standing In the doorway and
Ilnsenlhal passed hlrn In response to the
If thai lured him to his death.
l ie waiter did not see the fares of
the four men grouped about Hr,,.,,,h .1
I Was shot down. He said he
couldn't Identify any of them
While llecht was testifying Mr and
Mrs. Herbert It I'arsons Joined the
irroun of 1 11 Mt... -
iwv u.iut . " " ' J . " 1 t h e .efeod.nl'- u,lf
heard several shots fired. He lra ed
th sounds and ran about seventy-live
yards to the Mctropole Hotel Then he
saw the body of Herman HoaafltbaJ on
th pavement. Brady hud noticed
bruise on the nose and forehead, llrady
aid he took charge of the body.
Policeman William J. Kile In plain
clothe, followed llrady to the stand.
j Were you In the .Uctropole on th
morning of July Hi and did you see
Herman Rosenthal dining there? A.
Yea 1 first noticed him about I SO.
File saw Rosenthal go out and buy
a newspaper .ui) then return to the
hotel. A little later he saw Rosenthal
go out of the door.
"And then did you hear pistol shots?"
"Yes.'' replied the witness, "and It
went 'Hlng, rat ral-iat! and the police
man pounded his fist in the palm of hi
hand.
When Mr. M autyre took the witness
h dn-A from I'll a list of persons ,iu
had sei 11 111 the Metropol Just before
th shotting.
Kile told Becker's lawyer that when
be got outgl if t . uti I Imme II Hi I)
after the shooHng hi iad seen ' '
Walker on the BaVumrnt. Kilo ilu had
een between lolrty.flvu and forty l'i-
son running Thej were runnlna '
ever) dll'e tlon.
AYS HE DOE. S NOT KNOW
HARRY VALLON.
. Q. nid you 1 ei Han vai inf A, 1
don't kn iw him.
Klie imd seen "Hrl Igli ' w. 1 ... n
into the Metropol ten mlnutn hefori
the slkaotliiK "I saw i.i ti walk into th
bdtel and 111 a few si on ill I in 11
walk out aga.n." laid Ihi Wltm I
In conclusion, the wtitnes told of hav
ing aeea many automobiles in Turty-
After recess to-
dny Mrs. Becker changed her seat ao as
; to get n better view of the witness
stand. The change caused her to sit
almost directly behind her husband.
Only at rare Intervals did he turn fill
hmd tu glance at her.
More bystanders' testimony was ad
duced when Ixul Krause, a Coney Isl
and waiter, followed llec-ht on the stand.
Krausn had been standing outside the
Metropole and was still standing theie
when Rosenthal came out.
O. Who did you see du the shooting
A. Whttey Ixule and "tiyp the Blood "
I ssw them shoot and I saw Hosewcig
shoot. I am not sure about Dago
Frank I cannot swear that ha did an)
shooting.
Q. Who ell did you see there'
ashed Mr Moss. A. Jack Sullivan and
Harry Vallon.
y Where were they? A. Standing
Deaf m when the shooting was going
.01, Then I saw them standing over the
body looking at it. Sullivan was smil
Ini an l.e looked at It and spoke to
Vallon.
r ... I 'luM.f 1 or s.-nt fot the four gun
min Had J.i'k H.illivan so that the Alt
near could Idenil'y them, which he ill!
In the . uses of "Hyp the II' 1 1,"
"Whltcy Untie," "Lefty Louie" and
Jack" Sullivan.
Oeorg W. Reatty, the aviator,
dropped 1.S0O feet from the higher sir
lanes In record time to-day, cleared a
farm house near Forty-seventh avenue
and Seventeenth street In the Kenelng
ton Park section of Brooklyn by a scant
ten feet, plied hi aeroplane up In a
ploughed field beyond, and waa hurled
thirty feet out of hi seat onto hi
face. This without more than a few
cratchee and bruises to (how for hit
fall fi 'in the sky, though th aeroplane
was wrecked.
It was only because of Beatty's ex
cess of caution that his bride of two
months was not with him on hi drop
from the air track. Aa a paseengsr,
she had aalled with him from the Oar-
den City Aviation Field to (o serosa
th Narrow to the new aviation Held
at Oakwood Heights, Staten Island,
where Beatty expect to give a show
for the sailor of the fleet on Saturday,
but when over Prospect I'ark, Brook
lyn, the skipping of the engine brought
lleatty to earth and he refused to allow
hi wife to continue the air Might with
a balky engine.
The uvlator and his wife left the
Garden City Avlution Field together
In one of Beat'.y'a twu biplanes at a
little after 10 o'clock. They mounted
up to nearly the l,ouo-foot level and
headed direct for Brooklyn.' Aa they
reached a point over the big park
Beatty drove bis machine about In
sweeping circles, like a buxsard on the
wing, hunting for e likely landing spot.
Hundreds of people ran to the roof
and lurried through side streets to th
park when they saw the machine de
scending The aeroplane finally trundled to a
tup along the green sward of the psrk,
near the Fifth street entrant;. Mrs.
Beatty alighted and before the crowd
could cloee in Beatty was off again He
swung quickly up to the high tracks
and waa off In the direction of Borough
Park.
Residents along the fringe of street
bordering the folds beyond Borough
Park saw the aeroplane grow larger a
It winged rapidly toward them. Then
a black puff of smoke waa seen to
shoot out behind, the big bird wavered
und began to drop.
Beatty could be seen valiantly work
lng hia levers trying to keep the ma
chine on a level keel. But despite his
best efforts the aeroplane descended In
rapidly narrowing circle and struck
the ground with a crush. Persons who
ran to the heap of torn canvas and
splintered struts expected to nnd th
alrmun dead. Inatead Beatty waa out
from under the wreck of broken wings
and shattered propeller before anybody
could give him a hand
He departed for the aviation field In
an automobile after telephoning the
new of his sccldent.
louisvillTwinners.
FIRST RACE-Two-year-olds. maid
en; special weights, five and a half
furlongs The Grader. 113 (Andress),
won, Rooster, 109 (Henry), second;
Jltmnle (1111, UI (Ooose), third. Time,
1.07. Over The Sand. World s Wonder,
Rock liar, Royal Amber, Iluiun,
Farmer Joe, Ducal Crown also ran.
Two-dollar Mutual paid The Orader,
Aral, tH 'iV, place, Ri, show, BJ TO,
Rooster, place, ie show. f.'.SO. Jlmmle
Hill, show, II! 7e.
BBOOND R ACS Two-year -0411 al
lowances, six furlongs. Or at llritaln,
UN CHnry), won; Crlsoo, 103 (Qooto),
second. Sntokehoua, 11;. (Steele), third.
Time, i,u .'4, Prince Kermis, lump-
tuous also ran.
Two-dollar Mutual Paul Gnat Bri
tain, atralght. tl . place, S3 Mi, show.
12.10 Crlf o. price, Km. shuw, 12. 'in.
Smokehouse, show. 12.10.
WHITMAN UNDER FIRE
OF BECKER'S COUNSEL
AS IE OVENS HIS CASE
The ii.ukt troc.ous an I unnln
ortBM of any o. jntry and any time."
Pleasant Thing to Look At.
HANNA LETTERS SHOWN
Also Missives Telling of Money
Sent to Foraker, Quay and
Grosvenor He Explains.
Marquard, Giants9 Left-Hander,
Who Won To-Day's Game
jouuwinnnni u irmr r,i-n-n-iri-i-,-,-i-i- - - - - ajgeaal , ri -l--llll sa
WASHINGTON, Oct. 10-John I)
Archbold, Prealdent of the Standard Oil
Company, testified to the Clapp Com
mittee to-day lhat a receipt the lata
Cornelius N. Bliss gave htm for the
company'a flOO.OOO contribution to th
Rooaevelt campaign fund of 1904 had
been destroyed Just before the death of
H. H. Roger.
"It waa not a thing of pleaenre to
look at," aaU Archbold.
Previous to his te.tt.nion on th Mils
receipt Mr. Archbold nonchalantly
waded through doxens of his Utter
published In Hearst Magaxln. He
freely admitted relations with ex-Senators
Foraker and Mark llanos of Ohio,
the late Senator Quay of Pennsylva
nia, former Represent! .ve Grosvenor
of Onlo and Representative Slide)' of
Pennsylvania.
The Standard Oil chieftain admitted
paying f44,oOO to Foraker In U00. He
said It was for attorney fees to Fora
ker. declaring the Ohio Senutor was the
oil company' counsel In Ohio. He also
admitted giving tiO.uuo to Senator guay
In 19U2 and H.uOO to Grosvenor in llKXi.
linth were campaign contributions, he
insisted.
Archbold testified In compliance with
a promise made when he was before
the committee laat Auguet. He aald
then that he would search his letter
files for the receipt.
MONEY TO FORAKER WAS FOR
LEGAL SERVICES.
The first letter shown was that of
March 26, I9U0. addressed to Senator
Foraker of Ohio, purporting to be
signed by Archbold.
"1 have no doubt I wrote the letier."
said Archbold. Clapp read the letter,
which enclosed fU.uOO for Foraker.
"What waa the euuject matter?"
"The payments were for the aerrloa
of Senator Foraker a ciunsel In our
Ohio affair In that and that only," aald
Archbold.
Another on April 17, 1900, inclosing
tH.WO to Korakar was identified by
Archbold.
"That relate to th eame business
relationship." ld Archbold. "We were
a trifle surprised at the amount of the
Senator's charge and wanted to have a
talk with him about It."
Silll another letter lending 110.000 more
to Foraker na explained the same way.
Another dated Dec. 11, 1IJ0, transmitted
IMS
"They were for the same relationship
as counsel, " aald the Standard Oil head.
EXPLAINS LETTERS SENT TO
SENATOR HANNA.
Archbold waa then shown tha latter
to Senator Mark Hanna, dattd Jan. II,
1900, saying h had no Joubt h wrote
It. This letier referred to "threaiened
and objectionable legislation" in Ohio
snd a proposed Investigating committee
"We waul to enlist you to defeat
these measures," waa one n!rnc of
th letter.
Arcnbold aald he could not recoil t
(Continued on Second Page )
ll(lllll.( KH.ON TICA.
Id ! sir tight ssrtont, "is :-"Hfi Ue at
sll tlbaft Maxrall Osedil ( u ' Stores.
I-Ol.l'rit'tl. I'AKTIKM A (Mill lit
I ran rant itn AnsemtiU Hsll tn the IVilltssr
I Huildiinr. "-alius nAO, intl one tettins T.l
Aav nr nmht. Kuoi-- R, Pratt it ,om
S'.'O FOlltler I W.ir ,( . Hull, line
(Continued un bixth Page.)
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next Hundsr's World. fcdltloit Untiled,
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The Winning Nine
These tr; "summing up' days.
BisrhiU 111J football scores are being
counted, votes are being estimated,
ravu"! ind armies are being compared
And, of great interest to publicity
seekers, advertising mediums are being,
weighed.
During the lirst 9 months of this
year there were printed:
1,164,994 World Ads.
OCT, HID Mure then th Herald.
During th; first V days of '.his month
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JipOiio w i.itK pUBtTiiincp
HSaWsl MgM "i" "e Herald.
And ue Herald is the ONLY iNew
York Newspaper that prlrttl even
HALF As MANY Ads as The Wl rid.
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Bostons, Shut Out Up to Ninth,
Made Desperate Rally and Scored
Their Only Run in
Last Inning.
DEVORE'S GREAT CATCH
ENDED HOPES OF HUBITES
sassasi..--.. 900)00001000001000)000100
FEATURES OF THE GAME AT A GLANCE
BoTore csUbrated hia return to the eerie by g.ttm a clesn slagl, tb
flnt on O'Brlsa.
larquard mad Terks hi flnt rle tlx on atrlkM sfvsr "wasting" two
34,000 Fans at Nerve-Wrecking
Point When Spectacular Game
Was Brought to a Finish.
SCORE BY INNINGS
GIANTS 01001000 02
BOSTON? 00000000 1-1
Devon, If. . .'. 0
Doyle, 2b 0
Snodgr's, of 0
Murray, if. . . 1
Merklsj, lb... 0
HenoK. 3b
Moym.c. .
Pletchtr, gg.
Mgrqutrd, p
GIANTS.
It. H. FO. as
2 2 0
0 1
1 0 0
I S 0
0 S 0
1113
1
1
0
8
3
0
Totals 2 7 27 8 1
Hooper, iff...
Yerkeo,2b...
Speaker, cf. .
Lewis. If. ...
Gardner, 3b.
Stahl, lb....
Wagner, as. .
Cerrigmn, e. .
Cady.c
O'Brien, p...
Bedient, p...
tEngle......
.Ball
Hcndrickson
RED SOX.
a.
0
0
0
I
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
z
I
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
io. a, a
1 0 0
1
1
0
2
1
3
1
1
8
0
0
0
0
4
3
4
0
11
0
3
0
1
0
0
0
0
Totals ... 1 7 27 15
fBatted for Carrlgan in eighth.
Matted for U'BrUn In eighth.
Haa lilt Off Marquard. 7. off ti'Brltn. off Uandlant. 1. Viral Has on
-Off Mariiuard, 1; off o'iirlen. I; off Bedient, 0. First Hase on Krrora Hw
Tark) . H"tin. I. i-ft on Bea.-Nw Tork, (. Bualon. i. Strook Uut My
Maniuard. . by ii'ilrten, I. Throe-Ilaae Hit M urray , Hersotl. Oardner. gtakn
liases -notobor, iM-vore. ttahl, Wagner, int 1y l'ltoher llerxog.
second was a alow ball. OBrlssx
to get one over, pitching a curse w
and inside. Th next two split fan
plat quarly In th middle and fheii.
when O'Brien put on In tb grooro,
Iisvore smashed It Into centre for as
clean single The flrat ball to Dejfl
was u sltter that pllt th plat for
a strike. The next waa Inside and
counted a hall. O'Brien got anotbr
"Bed- Murray otartsd thing right la tk aeoad rltk two-bagger to
deep csntrs. Hooper wonderful fielding- prwreated a taar
srseg's long fly to Boopar brought Murray BOB1 aw nrst .ma.
Lewis got the flrat hit off Marquard. a alagi. to oast"
Marouarn struck oat Wagner when any kind of a kg bar. cord
X.wl.
at. hi hat o a poaslbl trlpl when ks aelg oa to erl' hard hit lln.r
la tb third.
kfarqaard .track oat both O'Sriii and stoop., ta & third, making four
rlotlms up to this inning.
p.at.r got a mean alt off Bab la th fourth, hitting lbs rst ball pitched
into left fleld.
Bersog hit safely la th fifth a doabU aag rieufcM aa1ag am.ad. for
pr.rious srrors, cord him with a ttmsiy laantae oasts' iscond rua.
With ri.tch.r and O.vor oa baa, 0Brla "walh,!" Doyls In th. nr. ,
and th. ha... wr lull. It waa up to Baodirraa, tbia, Ml hs fllsd out.
tahl rsglstsid th third hit off Marquard to th tt-
Murray IWBe a .om.ra.alt making . aotMM ,.h.B4 c.tok of
Wagner' long fly. It was a Uf savsr.
Th. ground ml., robb.d Stahl of . horn., to a , .Ba . h. gut
waa a two bagg.i. Wagnr' Sy kllld aU cbaaoe Tf ly.
D.ror. got hi. ..co.d bit la tha .ttrhlh. gJaoglJ. auo got in a hit In
this lanlne- uas aw
o art. a rtlrd from th game la th ninth
Boopr got th flrt pa to flr.t i..u.d by Maroon to tks la.t hall of
the .lghth.
Engl, and Ball w.re eent In a pinch hlti.r, i- ta. ..... half of th. eight .,
i:nglo flltd out .nfl Bill 'wlilff.d." w '
Bsdlcnt tors O'Brien' plat. a th Bag Boa
w.n' btlilutl th. net.
BY BOZEMAN BULGER.
FBVWAY I'ARK, BOSTON, Oct. 10. Ton Olantg won the aacood
of tb World's aerlea fnim the Hti Sox by a gtore of 2 to 1. It waa by far
the roost ipactaciilar tight at the eerlei and when the Ulanta finally stopped
an exciting Boeton rally, 30,000 fane ware almost on the poltu of heart tHw
i ase
Tb victory really abuuld go to the
credit of Joah Dsvor, who In the laat
half of th ninth, with two on baa
and two out, atart.d Ilk a deer after
a emah from (.'ady's tot and with hi
back to the wall caught It over hi
head The (Hants were Just on the
point uf going tn pieces. Two error
hml been mmlH t-hlnd Mur.iuard with
easy chances to retire Ihr side. Kv.n
the stunned ami disappointed Huston j airike over with a fast straight oas.
It na up to Poyla to bit and ha
smashed a line drive straight Into
Speaker's hands. Snudgrasa got a ball
on U,e first pitched ball. O'Brien
tuisl a hall aa Devor started to
steal and I'urrlgan made a perfect
throw to Wagner, and Josh waa out.
Snodgraa then lilt another line driwe
si i tight Into speaker hand. NO
RUNS. O.VB HIT.
MuPiuard mlesed the plate on hi flrat
try for a hall. HI next waa a oiean
Strike, Hi hall coming over like a bul
let. The next waa a hall, being low
and Inst I. Hooper went after the next
un and popped an essy fly to Fletober.
a-ho got It bank of aecond. The first
fans crowded around the lltll" left
fielder and made of him a hern.
The National ominlsnlon a figures for
attendance and receipts fur the game
Wele aS folio
Total attendance, 4.24
Total recelpta, tci.lt:
National ' "ommlsslon's share, gtf.314 30
flayers share, I I ' -
Rgell club's share. lll.Me.M.
The two runs made by New York
aMig from the hands of "ited" Mutrj,
and i1t0aeCi the man whom the New
York fans wanted Meiiraw to take nut
of the gam Mutiav ami ltd the
riln'its on the way la vlrt(rv In the
second, when he hit for two liases.
WSI't t
third on Merkle's sa.-llflce and , l'" H Verges was wasted. Th
ni on Hsrgog'a long fly In the "' l" IBS l"l- un then
third II nog eosnbed UrBrlen for a tw
..- I on, but fooled Yerkas with
Lugger and Kletoher sh-.t single Into I tsM next one and atruok him out. Tb
rlgln Hist leofeg him The much
abused Fletcher played like a demon
throughout the game It was all over
tin. rtrl'J. darling about like a swallow,
and - he hat was hIwsk dangerous
MARQUARD COMPLETE PUZZLE
TC RED SOX.
,m trqugrd pi
'run start 10
pjetl enlKin 1
fui errors In III
had a shut out
and the only
World Ads. Art Consistint Ltadert
Speaker made a noadsrful catch of rietc
looked like a trlpl.
The Bed Sox got the flrat ran of the
whsa l-swis aoorid oa aaraaer's goaala,
07XA
th nlntl' nrt Csd;
la th nlntii that
halt of tk ninth
f-hed a masterful gam
flniiih He Wkl a 0OtS
, t'.e Hot Hox, and hut
s tit Inalagi sreuld have
111. i-nnlrol was sitperti
BeJIS tic Issued aas to
rloopef In th slgblh inning 'Pie Sag.
t ti lentil was completely outplayed to
day and b illauts were a UbttlBl kit
,h burned IS OStSS special train,
on ststlota tha Hox will go to New York
'I to- IW Sox got tbair only run tn
hi., ninth, wntn, with ons out. i.-.wi
leaingied and egmt h.-m. on Hard n.o's
tw .r Mil i 'i g 1 na fur this Devor
ran into Hi ten. a id tuat n for s sss
and itiii t u Hia- Marqrsrd would bar
had a shul-out.
FIRST INNING.
The flist bal. pitched by O Brten to
Uevere w.nt wld. of tb plate and tb
first pitched to Speaker was a ball that
went over his head. Speaker lined a
hot one which Doyle broke down with
one humi and then hy a great threw got
the Boston etar at flr.t. NO RUNS.
No HITS.
SECOND INNING.
The first pitch. .1 to Hurray was a
ball, and on the next one Jack anaastbed
tt cleanly as the nose and sent U to
deep cenite for two basoSi Hut for won
derful Bel Hag on he part uf Hooper
ll.ls di ve woiikl have gone for th.
circuit, Mi-rkle played the wallmg
game until he got leu ball and then
sacrificed to o'Hrlen. advancing Murray
to third, llerxog went uftr the aeoond
hall and drove a long tlr to Hooper
that scored Murray, aleyere smashed a
hot gro., inter straight at ilarxlaer and
was thrown cm at nrst. ONK HUN.
o.K HIT
Lewll made th first hit for the Red
So when its caught laat one oa the
i.,-- and i.niimed tt Intj centre for a
Single. M ii-qoaid put a it.-4.ke over on
Oardnri and then gave bila a beat outside-
The Ulan Is war waiaasug Lewis
cioasly sj as to prevent a
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