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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1912.
JURY HEARS OF BECKER'S VISITS TO ROSE
WIDOW OF ROSENTHAL SWEARS
! BECKER SAID RAID CANCELLED DEBT
fOmUnurd from F1rt PMt )
MV Mar of tha aey or alfat to hiip
Q. Whoa oat dM ynu aee n
A. Ho celled ot mir hmiea srirh Mr
Thoy oil wnnt to nnihr floor,
I did nnt hear what won said. Thiv
on the floor whan cambline; oiu-
. Do you know hnw that flnnr ll
Airmlohod? A. No; I never wont on
KNIW OF BUSINESS RELATIONS
Q. Old you havo any anowl'ilKe of
business trenasctloni between your
eruiban.l and Decker? A. Tel.
Q. DM jrou ooo It? A. No. Mr. Kicker
told ma all I anew about It
Q. WhooT A. The laat tlma he came
the Umo boforo ha broke Into our houaa.
(Use tlma Bockar made hla raid.)
"I wlah you would tall tho Jury," aald
Mr. Moaa, "what happanad In your
bouao on tha nlrht of IJeut. Dackar
Mra Rosenthal turned toward tha
Jury box, (azlns aqaaraly upon tha
Juxi m and aald .n her aoft. Imprraalve
"I orae deWBvkalra whoa I hoard
aaaunirlaf and poaadUuj. Tha
aejantirlaff kept ap and I waa
frbjUUaod. X hoard ttesa breea
Uff la and I woat apetalro. At tha
hwad of tha stairway I mat Mr.
Booker. I aald to blaai Tor hoar,
aa'a oake, what dooo thla maaat
Arc row a-ola to try aad break ap
tar heaver aad ho aald, 'ami' aad
teak rae aalda and aald: It had to
he. Tale man or met'
t aald to Uaut. Backer: Tor Ood'a
aaae atop the hammering. 1 will o; n
the door.' But Iha hammsrttis; knocked
the key out of tha door, then 1 aaw tha
policeman and I aald to Lieut Decker:
'Plaaoo don t let them break up my fur
nituredon't let them break up my
rap home, at leaat.' Seeker took rae
aaide aad eald: 'I will aee pea dowa
rtalre.' X treat late the baeement.
Heat. Becker followed me there. Be
to mel Tell Karma a to call that
TaU aim he doeea't ewe me
aaytalac. That ii.soo debt la oaa-
eeUad. Tell him to a to eoa that aaa
aad tell him we are eqaars '
"I aaked: -What manr Lieut. Becker
replied: 'He knowa what man 1 moan.'
I aaked: 'Are you euro he knowa.' and
Mr. Becker aald 'Yea. lie knowa He
hao earn him brfore. Juki tall him to
eae thai man and all will bo eiuare.'
That wae all that waa aald."
"The maa" referred to the dummy
through whom Becker la aald tj nave
loaned Roaentned tl.Soo. that Mr) hav'tw
been cancelled ahortly after the raid.
AYB BECKER LEFT MESSAGE
"Juet aa Lieut. Meeker atarted lo leave
the houaa," aald Mra Roaenrhal,
turned to ma and aald I Tail aTaimaa It
aad to ha him or rae, aad X had to make
the rail to protect myself. Per that
reaaea I aaa oeMa off the SLaOO loan,
a ewoe ate aothlaff."
W IV. I you have nny conversation Willi
Jack Roee thai night? A. Yea.
Q. Waa Jack Hoae In your houaa
afterward? A. Tea, every day.
Q. Did you aoe any money paaa he-
wean your huaband and Rose after New
Year'e Bve? A. No. air.
Q. Do you remember the date when
your huaband waa killed? A. Yea (very
Mr. Mclntyre aaked that all of the
teatlniofiy concerning the imaging of
money to Roae be elrlrken nut Jm
tlee Ooff ruled that there waa no audi
teettraony to atrlke out.
Tho wltneea aald that ahe did not
know where her husband kept hla
moaey. Ha had given liar llou on the
Monday before he waa murdered. 8he
gave 110 back to him on Monday morn
ing. Q. XMd yea have money eaoagh
to harp him? A. Mo, at.
Tha wltneea' answer went In dea
plte the defence'a furloua objection!.
Mr. Molntyro atrenuoualy objected to
ueatlona concornl.iK auma of money In
her huaband'a pussi-ialon imi before hit
Juatlce Ooff lntcpoeed and aaked Mr
Moaa what waa mi -.:.! by thla lino of
"Juet thla," reaponded Mr Moaa. "The
Hta'e eapete tha dafenat- to aeek to
prove that Kuarnthal waa paid 111.000 or
ton' other large aiini for hla alienee."
Tha prosecution waa allowed lo draa.
from tho wltmaa, then, Hut all tha
money ahe Inil any actual knowledge of
waa the 1100 ha give t , -r on Iha Monday
before he murder. Bo far an ilia knew
ie waa pfaetloally pcnnllaaa.
CALMLY FACES M'INTYRE FOR
Thla ended the direct examination of
Mra. Roaenihal and the sTltneaa wgg
turned over to the dafenae. She
faced Mr. Mclntyre with steudy eya
and an rxprraalcn of f roae It aim
Her voice did pat break anil alia krpt
whatever emotion fUrred liar locked
within her hoaoi. She nal aa Iniuio
bllely In her chair aa If in had heap
turned to atone.
There waa no fire In Melatpret
voloe aa he began hla iiuaHtlnnitii; Mr
apoke aoftly and perauaalvrly, nrver
bnoe ralalng hla voice.
Q. How long ware you married g
Herman KoarnthalV A Five yen a
U. You were his lirpBjfl wife" A. Yea.
(J. On the l(hl i Ilia raid Wad yoill
lephew In the heuael A. Yes.
W Were you anr at Lieut. IN liar
for malting the raid! A. No, I waa aur
Nisod. Q. Were you anxry afterward' A.
Wall, I had no kindly feelings for him.
Q. Did that anger continue? a i cjij
tot feel very (and luwurd him,
Q. How long aaa Roe your riuabind'l
partner' A. Haver. il weeks.
Q. Had lie i i r 1 1 an In ;ijitne.' be
aare? A. I do nol ku iw
Did your husband and Rose havi
trouble in 1P1I? A I la not know.
Q Did your hthtband var tell yo n
'toee had pfaataned to kin him? a
y. T'I'l you hear thai 1 Brl.lKla" Webber
charged that vour kutbalri had a thug
"rrK ma jiiw? A. No, air.
J Ild you go t Iha ilorllla Hall at
Columbia Hall with pour huaband? A
"DM vour hawaand tail pen that at
that ball a plot Ba made to kill him
mai mailt '
"IJId your hmlianil leli you "Brlrtgle "
Webber aent an injrmOUl iettara to the
P.Me. and to the Mayor regarding hla
The i'nurt-The gueellon la not rele
vant Mr Mclntyre called for tha RSI?.
moua lottera. already In eveldem-e. and
Betker'a report on them, and handed
mam to tha pale rkoad woman,
"ha read them eagerly and carefully.
" on E KNEW NOTHING
ABOUT THE LETTER.
Q. Uld you know anything about
wiai leuer? A. No. air.
"Did your hiaabatid aver tell you he
niarned aome one for aendlng that let
The Court Do not anaurr.
Mr. Mclntyre had Mra. Roeen'll
look at all the am, ny moua lettera that
hud been recelvn.1 by Mayor Oavtior
and Police t'oinmlaaloner Waldo relat
ing to her huahanda connection with
Roae and Becker In the Korty-rlfth
"treat gambling houaa She read them
Intereatediy, nut omitting a letter.
"Did you ever dlaruaa thore lettera
with your huaband?'
Tho I'ourt -Do not anawer.
"Did your huaband tell you .lack lloae
and Hrldgle Webber aent thoae
The f!ourt Tim cannot nueallon thla
wltneaa about converantlona with her
Q. Were the relatione between your
huaband and Itoae attained after that
raid? A. 1 do not know.
y. Were they on apeaklng term?
A. I do not know.
Q. DM you know Hurry Viillon?
A. Yea. for five years
"Did you refuse to shake hands with
Vsllr.n a RMflth before your husband's
death, after your husband had refuaed,
statin you would nnt do so because he
was a friend of Hrldgle Webber.
The Court- "You neel not answer'"
but Mrs, Rosenthal replied: "I do not
J Do you know a man called Leu.
a aalter? A. Yes, he worked In a sec
ond avenue restaurant I saw him laat
three montha ago In my holloa on Korty
y Did he work then In your house?
A. Yea, air.
(J Did you know ol an .trr.mgi mciit
n'ado In the Monocle stuss house It
eVcond avenue. In May. lilt, w.'ien
Hoae, Vallon, Paul anil HkoptM were
present tti assault your huibfjldf
"That will be all. madam." aald Mr
Molntyre, and Mrs. Roaenthal loft the
stand. Mrs. Roaenthal'a ordeal had
conaunii-d only forty-two mlnutea.
CHAUFFEUR WHO DROVE FOR
BECKER TAKES THE STAND.
Margaret Hoar, wife of Jack Rose,
had accompunled Mrs. Kosenihal Into
the courtroom, anting down back of the
Jury box while the widow testified. Aa
Mrs. Roatntnal left the stand Mr Mos
called nut: "Margaret Hoae," but aa
he stepped to the atand the Prose
cutor cluinged his mind and waved hpr
away, calling ttto A vers), the chaurTeiu'
to whom It Is alleged llerker aitUI lie
would like to hold slain Merman Rosen
thal agslnat a wall and put a bullet In
Avars! Is chauffeur (or Ool, Stern
berger. who often loaned his car to
y. I By Mr. Moss) Do you rememli-r
the fifteenth dav of last July? A. Yes
y. Did you drive Becker thit day '
A. I picked Mm up at I o'clock In the
evening ! met him at Mr. Hail's of
fice In BroaSWaP and look Mr Hart
home. Then we took the cur lo the
garage, where we picked up Mr Polling,
the bookkeeper, and we three went to
the Mudlson Square Harden
y. Did you see .lack BulllvarlT A Yes.
We look hill from Mr. Hgli'l off! OS to
the "lly Hah Liter we aitw him n
Maillsnn Square Harden. At ILM o'clock
1 got the car and met Mr. Booker, Mr.
Sullivan and aarM othir reairter. We
went to llroudwny and Thirty-third
street From there we went to the
World Hulldlng. 1 ItalUd In the car
Mr. Becker went Inside for twenty min
utes. Q Who went In with him? A Ml
y Wiiere did y.iu then go A Op
liroadway to htfth avenue, und tbph
to Korty-eeeond atreet and Hlxth avenue
Thato Mr. Sullivan lumped out the car
waa atlll moving. That was at Lilt A.
M. After Jack Hulllvan Jumped out I
drove Lieut Becker home.
The wltneea raid he oi to Becker's
hme about I o'clock. He did not nee
Mm again that nlg.it
This ended tfef 'lire t exau (nation Mr
Mclntyio brourlit out thai Averel was
employed by Col. 8'ernbetScr for all
y Were theie ithet police ofltuei'l who
used r'ol. Hteririerrer's est'.' A. Yog
"Who were thev .'"
The witness wa i nut permitted I tall
Aversi M-id hg ttenl i i afadigon Utiuars
Qardag alKUit II o'clOOll There PJgffl
three persons lis the c:ir, aa lie rccoi
Q, DM you put the car In the gar.ii:
Mforo. you went l tack lo the Ugrden
after your first ;up theie' A. Y
y Where did vou go'.' A. To tlie
Prince fJoorrM Hotel.
MET BETH ER AND SULLIVAN AT
PRINCE GEORGE HOTEL.
y. w no did you mi ot then
Booker, Jack Wulllv.:i and
,i lined DfaCon Tern
Mr Mclhtwc nikde the WltnoM re
I race all hli mm nieiits w ith the Bar,
ii'' wa aooHlve no got to ui kor'i
house ut - o'olOPk,
"Did you iieai Becker v he would
like Deacon Teny to hla home In New
This queatlon a as ruled nui,
y Do you n.aii taking tha oar to
Hudson Terminal lo Jet Terri net pull
A Yen. to he Thllts-thrl itreel
w n waa aiier nun prnrn BVOU Went
to t ie Men York WoM J Lieut.
Pi ck, i o .( ,hi,i ayeul .1.1- I 'an
Widow of the Slain Gambler
Who Testified Against Beck
ssssssbI ssssssssbV 'h ssaaaanaV
tletnnn In this courtroom-10 Mr. Julius
Pecker illeckera hrotherl on MOPdg)
J Where j Booker show me Pecker,' or
, something like this'' A. No, sir. I did
not say anything like that to anybody.
! f came into the courtroom with a
ulipoena OOOgUOg I didn't know where
else to go. When I came In through
tlir dnor of the courtroom I saw Lied'
' Becker boh Up and peep his head at ma.
, Q How much time did you spend In
tie court room gltoffathor on Fridapf a.
Why, I eald I didn't atay loniter than
, two minutes. There weren't many
; people here and I didn't look around
! 'Do you remember when It was you
Iteatlfled before the Orand Jury?" asked
t he lawyer
I "Doesn't the roeond show?" ' "ut In
I Justl, e Hoff.
"I want to see what kind of a mein-
ory ahe has." replied Mclntyre.
i Toe girl aald she had been before the
I Grand Jury some time in July. Mlie said
she was aeventeen years old. Aaked
I If she had testified In the Orand Jury
room that the man she saw at Jack
Koee'a houw wae Lieutenant Becker,
'the Cottli Inlerfeied and excluded the
Jii'k Rosa's sister-in-law was dls
I missed and left the stand amlllng trlum
IPlianlly at Mr Mnlrstyre. who had valn
. Iv alrlven to confuse her.
j TRAINED NURSE TELLS OF
i Marguerite Hoae, a large, etout. One
J looking woman of about tnlrly-five, lol
j lowed the comely and vlvarloua young
I girl on the stand and waa Juat aa placid
,ind unruffled a w linens.
y. (By Mr. Moss) Ahe you related to
I Jack Hose? A. No, air.
j y. What la your occupation! A. I
am a trained nurse f worked for the
I Hose family In May for three weeks.
; y. Did you see Lieut Becker there? A
I y When? A. About Mav 17. It waa
one morning about 9 o'clock. I aaw him
liana Uiaj in the hall by Mrs. Rose's
y Did he lay anything'' A. He spoke
to Mrs. Rose. He said something
about It being a flne day.
Mr. Mclntyre cross-, summed, trying
to fix definitely the day she saw Lieut.
Becker in the home Of ihe alleged col
lector. Sh. could not fix (he -lay posi
tively and declared she hud never seen
y Do yotl aee hitn now? A. Yes: t
recognise him ensile bv hlg nlctneea I
did not look at him very closely when .
ne was in ml house that morning-.
y Did any one Mil your nttent.nn to
the neffgpapor pieturei ami ten you to
Identify him that way? A. No.
y Was Hose In the hnuse that dav?
y. Wae Mrs. Rose tCerc? A. Yes.
she was In bed. I was attending hir.
Mr. Mclntyre ask.d many iruestloni
In an efTort to bring out that Mlsi
Hoae cnn4,l ..Hi UmiIIbJ i
- - . ,,mtrr i',,ri.ii,i IWI KP r
,.,r-nn ana iiho seen me pictures.
Q- Bow did yon happea to bo a i
wltaeee la thla caeeT A. atro. Soaa
happened to pane my houaa oae
day aad X apoke to her. X hap
pened to aay: "Do you remember
that X aaw latent. Booker oaoo at
yonr houaa?" Then she aaked me
if X would he wUllag to bo a wit
ness to tell of that visit.
Mll-'H Hose ililmitteri thnt aha hmA '
been taken to the I 'Islrlct-Attorney's I
office by Jack Hose's brother, but do-'
tiled emphatically that he hod coached
MISS STOTER IDENTIFIES
BECKER AS A VISITOR.
Mlas Mary Stotcr waa called neat.
She lives at No. All West Ninety
fourth street, and u employed by the
Roses last summer when Mra. Roee a
baby waa born.
Q. (By Mr. Moss) Do you know
Lieut Becker? A. Yee, he ueod to
come to Mr. Rone's house for break
fist I served him.
y. How often ills you servo break
fast to Lieut, flecker? A. Very often
almost every day.
The girl s.ild Decker waa only there
for dinner four times. He used to come
at t o'clock in the morning. Becker
had called on the Sunday before the
second of July, when t ie lto.iaa went
to the coiiirtry. It was Miss Htoren'i
day out, P0 she could fix that date. Tha
Rose handmaiden was a difficult wit
neis to attack on cross-examination.
(Continued on Fifth Page.)
you fix the time of that? A. About 1
y You went up Broadway on that oc.
caatO0 1 A. Yea, and up to Twent)eev
i nth atreet.
This ns all of Aversl's testimony.
Neither coym . had asked the chauf
feur concerning the st it mi nt made by
"Brldhie' Webber that Becker iiai s.itu
to him (Webber) that he told Aversi
that he'd like to HI Rosenthal and
take a shot at him.
POLLOK TOOK WORD FROM
R08E TO BECKER.
Immediately afler Avorsl left the
land Marry PollOk wmh call.l. The
sporting promoter, us hi nailed ktmeelf,
is another of Iha State's corroborating
witnessis, hn having hidden "Jack"
Rose in his apartment uu Riverside
Dpi vi after the murder.
PoUok said be now lives at No. 10'i
West One Hundred und Third street
He knew Pecker. ROM arid Rosenthal.
Rosa, he aald, came to his house Ihe
day after I he murder of Roeenthal,
y. How long did he stay? A. I'rom
Tuesday to TtlUradaj morning.
Q. After talking to Boee did yon
oall on Booker. A. Tea, on July
17 X aaw Backer at Police Piiad
qnartire at noon. X told Bickir
that Xtoii waa at my houee and
that he wanted to talk to Booker.
Booker eald "all right. taU him to
atay there until hi hiara from me."
Then he aaked for my phone num
ber. X givi It to him and thin
told him Xtoii waa in. "Till him,"
aald Becker to mi, "ivirythlng la
all right aad that X will oommunl
oate with him. Tour houee la a
good place for him to stay."
y. Toy. say thai Pose remained there
till the next momlngl A 1 rggn't there
the next morning.
y. Did you go in search of Lieut
Pecker after that time" A. No.
y. Did you communicati with Lieut.
Becker after that directly or Indirectly?
A I tried to.
y. What did you do? A. I went 10
Mr Hart's office,
y. After Balling Upon Mr. Hurt did
yo'i see Lieut. Pecker? A. No, I .11 I
y. You siw ".lack" Rumc A. Y.-s
In the Tombs.
y. You did not see Lieut. Becker
t any time after licit'.' A o.
This ended the direct fot PoUok an.!
Dig oroia-examtnatlon consisted of inly
one question put by Mr. Mclntyre af
ter he had conferred with his aaaoclate
Tills was the queatlon that began and
ended Harry l'oll .k's ct o.-. examina
y. You paid yoq t ild Becker that Roae
was ilck and Barker said youi hougg
was i god ptgci lo atay. Is that s?
"That It all." announced Mr. M -Inly
SISTER-IN-LAW OF JACK ROSE
TELLS OF BECKER'S VISIT.
Anna Olettner, sl.slcr of Mrs. Jaeia
Hoae. en railed She gq'd she had
is.t, d ii., in. us.- r c.ienti, at I hell
one Hurdied and Tenth ,i, tioiin-
y. Do you know Lieut. Becker? A i
saw him at Mrs Roge'g bui:-, hg d'jj
ahe went to thi oounlry, Me rami In
tin- afternoon with Mrs. Bevker,
y How did they get in'' A. I
n tt d t u rn Mr It w . a n tkeru
ami I went downstalra and brought him
up When I went homt :ilie: lUPpor
LlOUt Bei'krr anJ Mrs. Becker Were
0. (By tha Court) Can you state
how 1. i. : Dackar was tbiri during
thi UPJU) yon wen tbirs? A. Prom
tlicco In the nftcrnoou, when hi
came, until eight, whin I lift, x
lout know how much longer hi re-maiuau-
Mn. Buc'ier waa with
him. Mra. Bom. afro. Booker, Mr.
Rose and Mr. Booker wore all to
gethet. They all had supper to
getter. Mr. Mclntyre began by demanding
that the girl's testimony be stricken
out. but Justice Ooff denied the motion,
and Permitted It lo stand before the
Jury as showing the social intercourse
between the head of the "Strong Arm
quad" and his allOgtd graft collector
y. lOUng woman, can you fix any
time when you saw Lieut. Becker In
Jack Rose's house? A. 1 know It was
ground ii o'clock when he came. '
y Was this visit In the late summer
or In the early spring? A. It wae In
June, as far as I can remember. June
of this year. 1 cannot recall Just what
time of the month. Mr. Rose was get
ting ready to go to the country.
Q, When next did you aee Lieut.
Becker? A. I didn't see him again.
The girl admitted that she waj In the
oburlroom about two minutes on Mon
day. y Do you remember saying to a gan-
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