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IILniVU ULUILI ILLL
MUST BE "CROAKED
Morris Luban, Brought Here From
Newark Jail, Swears Conversation
Took Place at Lafayette Baths
Two Weeks Before Shooting.
AS ACTUAL SLAYERS
His Is the First Testimony Given at
the Trial Tending to Connect
Becker Directly With Killing.
District-Attorney Whitman launched a crushing and surprising blow
si Police Lieutenant Becker this afternoon when he brought Morris
Luban, ex-gangman and gambler, from the Newark jail to take the stand
before Justice Goff in extraordinary tarm of the Supreme Court.
Luban swore that two weeks before Herman Rosenthal was mur
dered he (the witness) was in the Lafayette Baths with Jack Rose, and
that he overheard Becker say to Ro9e:
"If that Rosenthal isnt croaked soon I'll croak him my
self." Becker started when Luban testified to this, his face became dead
white and for the first time since he went on trial for his life the big ex
lieutenant showed emotion.
In bringing the jury into the court-room one of the attendants
kicked over a metal cuspidor with a crash and clangor remarkably like a
discharge of artillery. The court-room throng jumped up from their
chairs in alarm.
Luban went into the witness
i . ii'
nM.Aiiiri.vv nn.i innrpninimn nis
''hack in his liead at every question
Justice Gnff could get him under way and his voice up. I.uban's English
was close-clipped and thick and the stenographer had frequently to repeat
Ms answers so that the jurors could
T.Uo.n snld ho Mveil at No 113
l"orty-fourth street, Brooklyn. He wa
at the Metropole at 2 o'clock . m. on
July 1 met Herman Rosenthal thera
1 met him Inside the doorway," said
the witness. "I ahook handa with him.
We talked for a few mlnutea. Then
he went out and In a moment came
Luben's voice wae so low that no one
eeold hear him. and Mr. Molntyre asked
ffuatloe Ooff to order him to talk louder
In Ma almoat Inaudible voire. Judge
Ooff aald that "aa long as we build
Courthouses In the noisiest parte of t!ie
ky, we cannot expect to hear."
Rosenthal went back to the dining
room," Lu1an continued, "but aoon
fiaune out. I waa at the doorway when
I heard the shot,"
BAY HE SAW MEN WHO FIRED
Q. Did yon see the men who P. rod the
Vita A. I did.
Q How many fired A. Two.
Q. Did the others have pistols. A.
Tee: all the men had pistols, but I aaw
Only two of them firing.
Q At whom were they firing? A. Her
q. What aid the men do. A. Ran to a
Bnachlna and fled
Q. Did you know the chauffeur? A.
Tea; It was William Shapiro (now under
Q. Did vou know the men who were
them with gun. A. Yes, by sight. I
knew them In a gambling house In Sec
J Who were lliey ' A. The names I
knew them by sare "ilyp Uu Mood,"
"Whltey" lrf'WlM, 'Lefty" lyiule unl t
fourth man. I v..u!d know him If 1
"Bring in the ran," M Mr. Moms, an I
for the fourth Um the gunmen walked
to the bar for dl ntllh-alion. Mr. Mcln
yne artill objecting.
Jut i. n ordered that 'Jack'' Kul
nvaa and Chauffeur ihwtro be lined up
with "Qyp the BitMM)," "Whltey" LewtH,
"Ijafty" Louis and "Hugo" Frank Mr.
Mclntyro kepi on Objecting until the
'ourt OUt him abort and ordered htm to
put on rOCOrd a permanent objection to
the production of the gunmen. This was
don and Mr. Moaa railed upon Luban
i i step Uu'.vn and Identify the. men who
t'eerrlsht. 1013. sr
K lib. Ma
chair with a pronounced hearing of
j j i . - . i
iirrn-sa t nrx rvrs pmi.i tu efirr
and it was several moments before
be had aeon unwind' and murder Rosen
WHITEY WANTS TO BE IDENTI
Fl ED QUICKLY.
As Luban was descending from the
rmalr Whltey lwlt spread out hla
hand and cried out to Justice Ooff:
"Let him aee If he can pick the right
one. Let htm identify us from where he
The gunman apoke in a shrill, tremu
lous voice and there was sweat on hts
forehead. "Oyp the Blood" chimed In
while Lewis a-as speaking, adding:
"Yes, let him identify us and have tt
"Dago Frank" and Lefty I oule" were
silent. There wets no sign of merriment
In the facea of the gunmen as they
viewed the witness, Luban Instead
there Has hatred and malice In every
eye. None showed so much as the sem.
blanre. of a smile up to the time the
fourt dlamlsseil them and they were
led back to the adjoining prison pen:
from which they were soon to be railed
All (tlx defendants were llneil up at
the bar when the wltrice. Luban. was
ordered by Justice Ooff to Htep dowt,
and Identify the gunmen.
IDENTIFIES THE GUNMEN ONE
l.uban walked tu the prisoners and
fared Dago Frank."
' This In one," aald the WlMMI
w hat Is your name?" demanded
' Prank I'lroftci. ' answered the pris
oner. "What .a your alias?"
I will not aiiHwer, " saul Dago
Who the next"' uakc.l Mr Moss,
and LllbM pointed to Marry HorOWltS,
alias tiyp the Blood
' What Is your nanu ?" demanded Mr.
Sullen, Uvp tilt Mood f a 'ed the pros
editor and refused to spciils.
What la your name'.1" repeated Mr.
"J will nut tell you," wlilspu.vl Hor
owitz. "1 ask the court." said Mr Muhs, "to
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The I-rw Fnhllshla
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JOVIAL THIEF GIVES
HOTEL A BIG SCARE
Burglar Climbs Three Stories
on Grill and Goes in
TOOTHBRUSH AS PISTOL
With It He Keeps Back Hotel
Guests and Sends Bellboy
Jama Wilson, who also anew era to
tbe name of Roacoe Fond, and prefers
to be referred to as a "eoldler of for
tune," entered the Prince Oeorge, Hotel
at I o'clock this morning and made un
ostentatious visits to two apartments
on the third floor.
At 110, owl tag to the presence of Mr.
Wilson and tlx protests of a long
haired lapdog against that presence.
the fire alarms war ringing, women
guests were screaming, bellboys war
racing through the hall and Head
quarters waa being implored In trem
ulous ton to nd a platoon of polio
and a company of militia at one.
Thar la an entranoe to the hotel at
No. 14 Baan Twenty-eighth trt and
another at No. II Kaat Twenty-aev-enth.
Both are large and Inviting, but
Mr. Wilson chose to use neither. He
want Into the allay between the Prlno
Oeorge and the Hotel Ascot, at the
corner of Twenty-seventh street and
Madison avenue, and removed hie shoes,
then he swarmed up a tall and shaky
grlllwork barrier which separates the
When he could -limb no farther Wil
son found himself opposite a ladge
Which runs' beneath the Muni-story win
dows on the Prince, George. He crawled
along the ledge until be oatn to an
open window. He accepted its Invita
tion. At the far end of this room Mr.
and Mrs. Oahrle Conntck, visitors from
Tonker. were sleeping.
PETULANT PET POMERANIAN
GIVES THE ALARM.
They continued to sleep while the
visitor helped himself to Mr. Connlok'e
watoh, chain, two diamond pins belong
ing to Mrs. Oonnlck, a fob, pen knife
and a handsomely enameled Bull Moose
button. There waa a pocketbook there
too, but Mr. Connlck stirred uneasily
when Wilson reached for It So WUson
deckled to call again on hla army out for
the pocketbook and went noiselessly Into
He want next Into apartment No. 171
to call on Mr. and Mrs t'narira Law
rence, alao from Yonkera. They war
sleeping and h did hla best not to dis
turb them. But he reckoned without
Fill, one of the darllngeat little Pomer
anians ever. Fifl crawled from her sta
tion at the foot of tbe bed and growled,
Wilson said in soothing tunea that Kid
waa a nice doggie, but It didn't go. Kin
let loose as only a petulant pet Pomer
Up sprang Mr. Lawrence, and the
humor of the situation struck Mr.
Wilson. He began to laugh heartily
and was quite unable tu answer Mr.
Iawrence'a indignant query as to tnc
nature of hla errand. There was a
toothbruah lying on a dresser and
Wilson picked It up. He pointed It at
Lawrence, and Mrs. Lnwrence awoke
to find that ehe too was menaced by
a weapon that did not waver. It
looked like a horae pistol. Wlleon
busked away without taking anything
but the toothbrush, und the screams
of the persons whose Uvea he had en
dangered with it roe behind him.
HIS "PISTOL" SCARES BELLBOY
There was lots of excitement on the
third Hour by that time, and the rest of
the hotel was Just beginning to awiko
to the perils of a great city. Frighten
ing a bellboy Into a convulsion with the
toothbrush. Wilson not out on the le&gS
again and stalled to crawl toward the
grlllwork and tin- falohsd shoes.
PoMcemM Hullivun of the West Thlr
tleth street station was ou the sidewalk
He drew hla servlo revolver and point
ed It at Wilson. The man on the ledge
took ngrafUl aim with the toothbrush
unci laughed deliriously. Sullivan paled,
but he stood his ground.
"Come down out o' thut," he roared.
"Com down or I'll shoot, put up your
weapon, thlc in' Imp"
"Hah." Jeered Wilson. 1 Vou culrln't
even hit the hotel."
Alter which disdaining to fudulge In
i Continued on Fifth l" )
POUTICAI. PAHTlr.A AND OTIIEHg
can rani id Assembly Hall In the Pulliaee
Building, seating 350. and one ssstlns TI.
WHEN FIFI BARKS
NEW YORK, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11,
i Aiinrn 10 niirn!
Juror Withdrawn, Making a
Mistrial of Case by Miss
Edith St. Clair.
Admonished By Court He Still
Persists in Asking For
Ther waa a sensational ending to the
suit of Kdlth 8t. ('lair against Abraham
b Brlanger before Justloe Page In the ,
Supreme Court to-day. The Justloe
withdrew a juror, making tbe cas a .
mistrial and fined Luwyer John V. Bou
vlor of counsel with Max P. tfteuer for
Miss St. Clair g."ai for contempt of court.
In other worde the suit was thrown
out of court. I
The suit by Miss Si Clslr waa for the
recovery of l?.60D, due as an Instalment
on a IX. i contract.
The climax came after a long en
counter between Mr llouvler and Wil
liam T. Jerome, Mr Brlangt."s lawyer,
a to whether or not Mr. Krltiner
should answer If he and Miss St. Clair
had been on terms of undu I Intimacy.
Mr. Krlanger maintained that he should
n;t tie fofcfd to answer. Mr. l?roin"
br!dne.l he Hfflculty by con-e1'ng sun
re'atlonh.p and Mr. Houer resseil th
witness as to relations with amthei
woman. He was Mocked il th's p dnt
by the Court Then th'- lawyer asked
"Who Is Ix-onardT'
"Leonard la a man ami an tctor, I
WHERE BOUVIER TREADED ON
"And a husband?" continued Mr Boo
vler. extracting frtim a portfolio affi
davits sworn to by llrlanger In a Still
brought In June, 111, by Mrs. Krlanger
"I don't know that," replied lCrlangcr
"You do not know 'hit Leonard was
the husband of the lady you married?"
"I do no' know any such thing," re
Mr. Jerome und Mr BOUVter again
-liLNhe.1, fiie former maintaining that
the question of Mr Brlanger! affaltH
with nig former grlfs did not enter Into
the merits of the case.
"It entc's Into the ' ase this inui h,"
issertel BoUVlr excitedly "This Is
the dear little wife that this 111 i ri 1'eare.l
to lose, und rattier than Injur her feel
ings, he ciitlms. he signed this cou
triu't" Whm Mr .l.rome attempted to halt
his rival's .statement Mr Hauler tried
and put a quagtlon to the witness as
follows: "Do you not know thut th.s
man Leonard was Die husband or the
lady you married'' I ld roll not so
"Hgltl" exclaimed Jnonic, lumping
feayuujed uu jitcuaU 1'sgt.i
Joe Wood as He
Pitching Against the Giants.
(Photographed Thin Afternoon at the Polo Ground.)
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FROM GREAT FLEET
Arrival of Last of Warships Is
to Be Marked by Bip Day
Six thi'Uaand armed men take dos-
1 session of New York Olty to-morrow
j st the points of carbines and tbe rnuz
; lies of machine guns. Hut It will be a
! peaceful Invftgion and a capitulation
of welcome, tor the arm.fd men are to
be til bluchi'-kcts and marines from
the great fleet, finally i orupli-'.ely as-
Isemblixl In the Hudson.
I Tim dat'i paradi of thaaa aoiid
blocks of White and of blue down
llroadwsy an I Kifth avenue xliinaltxes
the complctiuti of Hie fll nebuigntlon
slid the real heglnnlng of the greatest
I marine ipgctaol ncr t.igel In the
waters of this heiulaphnre. The lust
i ship of all th" great fin t will have Its
mudliook in the fiver bd i the fiti.tl de
tail in the ai t angemeniH of reception
'win b ootnpltd. i'or four day Naw
j York will lie iii I ne grip of the murine
arm of the nation's defensn.
To-morrow Drill open with the arrival
of the yacht Dolphin, flying the flag of
the Secretary of the Navy. .Secretary
Oeorge von L. Meyii and Ins puny will
reoelve salutes from tip; guns ut tne
Uuvk and the Xanoaa a4 then, aa
Circulation BkaOpento AllJ
BEAT GIANTS BY 3 TO 1
IN HONOR OF BIG FLEET
AND ITS BLUEJACKETS.
Karly morning- -Arrival of Secre
tary of the Navy Oeorge von L.
Meyer, on the yacht Dolphin.
. o'tTlodt Bpeolal services In the
Spun'. ill and Portuguese .Synagogue
at ' .-Mi.il Park West and Hevenllvlh
Noon Luncheon in honor of Hear
Admiral Osterhaua and fleet officers
In the I'nton Laagus Club
1.30 o'clock Monster Isnd parads
if t,ii murines and blusjackets
starts at foot of West Nlnsty-suth
etreet. passing thenc to Umadway,
town Hroadway to Fifty-ninth street,
acroas to Fifth avanu, down Fifth
avenue tu dlibandlnsT point at Twsn
t v-slxth street.
8 30 o'clock ftmokar at the Motel
Aator for 0UI ulflcers of the fleet
Kmoker at the Sixty-ninth Itegiment
Armory. Twenty-slxth trl and
Lexington avenue, for i sallora
the Dnipkll proceeds up the triple line
of warships of sll sixes anil ' lasses, he
will be greeteil by the bellowlngs of
the liattlnaliliw' bowily-do.
None of the fuss und feathers of re
view will be on illsplay to morrow,
ttOtgWVsTi that Is reserved for the big
reilew stondgy wlien the ('resident,
Conmna4rlaCrilfl of tne Navy, win
be present to pass up und duwn the
lines of the it vikings
ColuiBbUI I 'ay the aunlveraary of the
dgy when tbe gnat navigator svt foot
OR idii Hal valor Isljnd - hlcli Is the
OOOgglnn of the iirs'-inbiliig of tlie mlgbt-
fleet of iron-cUds n the liernlspliers
und tin: parade of the llvet'a unntxl
fContluued on Klghth Tags.)
OsegSsrU'. lleteUT siias. 11 Seii. 'J JISSS
, issnirsM. nisii mninssi ikss.hh
Red Sox "Smoke Ball" Pitcher Held
McGraw s Men Safely All the
Way in Fourth Game
AMES RELIEVING TESREAU,
SCORED ON IN NINTH.
'Big Jeff" Wild and
Had No Runs
BOSTON 0 1
GIANTS 0 0
a h. po. a. a.
Devore, If 0
Doyle, 2b 0
STwdfr't, cf 0
10 0 0
0 2 0 0
13 0 0
17 0 0
2 2 10
0 5 1 1
Meyers, c. .
13 0 0
10 2 0
0 0 10
Ames, p 0
iMcCormJck . 0
10 0 0
Totals .1 0 27 12
I Itatted for Teareau In seventh.
Mass lilts Off Teareau, I off Ames.
Off Tssreau. 1: off Ames, 1 Plrat Rase on Brrsr New Tore. L Left q
llaaea New York. . Huston. T. Struck Jut By Tejrrsau, 6: by Wood, S,
Three-Ibtee II 1 1 Mrdner Two-Haas
Merkle, Htahl Double I'lay Fletcher
BY BOZEMAN BULGER.
POLO OROl'NDH. N. Y . Oct. 11. It waa all Wood this aftamoaa, aaMasj
Olnnts lost to tbe lied Sox by a score of S to 1. Hb famous Smoke BUI
star of tbe American league Obamptona waa at bis bt, and thoufh tbo
MrOraw ninn fougbl hlm tlesjprrmtely
tholt master at the finish and Boston
for tbe World' Championship Tesraau, th aplt ball king of th Otaklt.
was unsteady at the start and allowed tbe Sox to nick him for a stent of
two runn He ateadled down toward th finish, but with so runs to tkMk
hlm up his good work went for naught
Inthe seventh Inning the III Hear
Hunter was rslleved so that MotVirmtrk
coukl hM for him. and that move came
near winnings the game. MctNirmMi
came through with the needed hit, but
Kletoher made a desperate effort to get
homo wMi the tMng run, but was
thrown out at the plate
The 'Hants had a area opportuntty
to rally In the sixth when Tesreau and
Devore led off with hits, but Uury
Doyle In his iiveranletv swung low at
tlie first hall ptlrbed to htm and popped
a fly that dispelled the expected storm.
TESREAU'8 WILDNE88 ONE
CAUSE OF DEFEAT.
Ames pltnhed the last two Inning
and got awgy all right in the eighth,
tint was tapped for a run In the nlnh.
Teareau's Ssl wae iup entirely to
his wlldneaa. A bag on balls In the
fourth Inning cost hlm one run, and
his unsteadiness In the seoond forced
him to put one in the groove f it "lard
ner. which was rlt for three liases. He
then turned OOS a a lid pitch and Gard
ner trotted bom
A.mea also guve a bag "" bulls In
the tilnUi whh-h was cosUl
The one run RXgdl t) lb 'Hants re
aruMe.i from u elngle In lleraog and
Fletchers two ha.-- drive airnlns' the
right lb-Id wall
N'otwIttvMunilliig the citrly uncertainty
bout a ganie being played, th larg-
, t crowd of the aeries saw this .on
test. Hvsry SS wu. taken and the
runwavs WP pa'kiil with psopl
When the gam WSS over tile teams
and -amp fullowfg resumed thi-trdally
pllgrlntag to Bostoiii whsr Mathsv
son and Collin are I" battle to-mur-row
The playr have n further
financial Interest In lbs SeriSS, They
are entltlsd to s shar of th realpts
III the fltsl foul gam "lily.
Tesreau's first offering was a clean
strike ou Hooper, but he lost control
stut swung Ikrag wide ones off the plate.
He then got over a second strike, but
Hooper smashed Ik next one for a
clean single over seoou 1 Verges bunted
tn front "f the plute t'hlef Meyers had
ample time and made a play to set
Hooper at second, but the throw want
(ar over LHiyle's hcej aud bulb runners
abasesrs lt-lkl sad Ularter.
8 PRICE ONE CENT.
Steady in Turns;
to Back Him
0 1 0 0 0 0 1 s
0 0 0 0 1 0 0-1
a h. ia a. a.
Hooper, rf.... 0 1 10 0
Yerkea,2b.... 0 12 10
Speaker, cf . . . 0 1 2 0 0
Lewis. If 0 0 10 0
Gardner, 3b .. 2 2 0 10
StahMb 1 0 f 0 0
Wagner, as... 0 0 2 1 1
Csdy, e 0 1 10 0 0
Voo-, p 0 2 0 2
Totals.'... 3 0 27
I; off Wood, a First Basse on
Hits Fletcher. Speaker. Stolen
and Mrkle. Wild I'ltoh Tesreau.
every inch of th way, he was
had a lead of one gam In rba
bounder that K la better got near
H than touched th tang
Terkes and abut that ball
time for a beauHful double play.
play lifted the Otante out at m 4m
gerou hole, aa Lewis also hit to riitrSjSg
and waa nailed at first for th third asjf.
The defensive worst of th Giant waa)
beginning to show and th fan was
wttd with Joy. Flstohsr' work axS
turned gloom Into Joy NO RUNS. ONS
Devore tried the waiting gam asj
Wood snd got as far as two balls and
two strikes when Wood put over a fast
ons snd stru k him out. After trying
Doyls on two curves Wood nut ovwr a
fast one and Larry smashed it Into left
for a long single. 9nodgraa rolled
alow one towards third, but Oardnar gat
the bsll and by a great throw Yerkes
nailed Doyle at second by a hair lie
decision. On a dry base Una Lssrry
would have beaten it with ease. 8nod
grass pulled the nret bone of the game
when he got too fresh while playing ff
nrst and a quick throw from Wood to
Htahl .aught him off tha bag. HO
HUNS. O.VK HIT.
Ourdner hit the first ball pitched to
the fence In deep right centre for three
base. Tesreeu then uncorked the first
r.al wild pitch of the aerlee, and aa the
ball ahot to the stand Gardner scored.
Htahl alao tried to get hold of a
strslght ball, hut swung too low and
popped an easy Hy to Doyle. The first
..ill to Wagner waa a curve, and be
drove a long fly t() Snodgrass In right
centre. With the count stsndlng two
and two on i'ady. he swung at a high
one and struck out. o.NK HIT. ONE
After vYuou huit made Murray bit
at two fast ones Wood slipped over a
curve and struck Jack out. Wood was
not depending merely on hi
speed to-day, but worked hi our I
uulte freuuently. He got two ad
ou Merkie, but Fred finally cwughg Sat
out curvs on ths nose and alamo! It
Into right field for a single, ataxia!
got a big start while Wood waa sst
looking and mad a olaaa steal eg sec
ond Hersog got two ball. Shag a
strike He waited until sha aeaai
aloud two and kra and then, went aj
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