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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1912.
TESTIMONY OF GANGSTERS
TWO,' MRS. BECKER SAYS
Stories of Schepps, Webber and Others Worth
less as Evidence Because Evidently Agreed
On Beforehand, Defendant's Wife Declares.
Mm. Ohsrle RwH the nllffht little woman with the quick, perceptive
eyes and firm mouth, who has sat day after day In JuaMr-e Goff's court anl
heard the four wltnrssos, Rose, Webber, Vallon and Schepps, attempting to
swear her husband's life away, still believes, as ImpHclty as she did before
LlMt BecktT was put on trial, In the happy OOttOM of his ordeal.
To-:lay, In an Interview with the reporters In attendance upon the trial,
Mrs. Recker dlscussnd at length her beliefs ss to the weight of the testimony
the State seeks to pile up against her husband.
"I m nfrlart I m not of a aentlmrntnl the eyea of any falr-mln1e1 Jury: thsy
or romantic turn of mind," ahe salil. I have admitted that they are unmoral
' and that whit I might have to say I Wld devoid of any good character. I
about the trial of my lrueband will notl 4wH acii of them posaesaea a low
le of Internal to any one. You aee, il0"' of cunning, but I deny any of
have carefully weighed the evidence as "V"'- "v"n ,?,!?5 "
II h.. ,.... -.i ., . ... RtrwtlBf to a dlacuaalon of the lat-
ha alrl to have
lilris what wlf
' ' i in niriiirnr ' in rriiisrmii en . i ,
think my opinion must he. In a great
measure, the cpinton of others who
have followed the trial.
"The testimony of lloje. Vallon. Web
ber and Sclieppa, of BOUrsa, did not aur
rrlaft me. I had read ao much of what
they have already aald in the newspa
pers that nothing new waa developed
hy them, to far aa I could aee. 1 waa
quite prepared for what they said.
They SWOTS 10 Ilea on tht atand.
"I think the Jury will tlnd the teat I
mony of Sam Rcheppa destroyed what
ever value ther might have been In
the evidence Klven hy the other three.
Schepps waa manifestly ao eager t i
protect himself aa to be led into a
It was. of course, to he expected that ,
these four men Would corroborate each ; loom or the linker apartment because
. ther. They are actuated by the desire j a ahadower across the street might see
for life and liberty the greatest apur j She said that because of the un
In the world. They have had ample certainty of her husband's houra she
epportunity to confer together, with the , always had a nltfht light burning In the
aki of the keenest counsel, so that their apartment ; furthermore. If there were
storiea will dOVetal, one into another, a ahadower across the street he surely
"But, hy their admissions on the i would have seen Schepps coming In and
atand, their evidence la destroyed In out of the houae, Mrs. Becker thought.
WIDOW OF ROSENTHAL SWEARS
BECKER SAID RAID CANCELLED DEBT
(Continued from Page Four.)
She tossed her head In the air, .-mlled
complacently "d shot back her answers
without a moment's hesitation. She
spoke somewhat brokenly, but alow'.,
distinctly and emphatically.
When Mr. Mclntyre asked the girl If
she knew "Becker ja,l a home, she
grinned broadly and r piled: "I never
aaked him." Jury and spectators
laughed at Mr. Mclntyre's dlscomfuture
nnl th! witness fixed her grin and held
Here Miss Stoter was excused and
Kdward K. Toe of No. SIS Wen Flfty
flrst street, an actor, wis called.
Q Did vtu ever see I.leut. Becker In
Mr. Roac's home? A. Yes. Either late
In April or early in May.
q What were you all doing" A. wl
were at breakfast together. We were
at table about an hour. 1 think I saw
i.lm twice st Mr. Roan's home at break
fast. There was no cross-examination.
Bernard Budlger of No. Ills West Tl.lr
t -sixth street, a waiter a: tllS .'nlnn
Square Hotel, was called. He swore he
knew both Becker and Hose.
Q. Ilnw did you happen to know Beck
er? A. By an expression he used on the
first day I fw him.
The wltneas saw Becker and Boee to
gether three or four times a week lat
March and April. They came Into the
hotel together, generally at tlve In the
afternoon, but sometimes In the morn
ing. They sat In the back dining room
at a side' tahb mostly at a corner ta
ble behind the desk.
SAYS HE SAW ROSE PASS
MONEY TO BECKER.
Q. Did yon see money pass be
tween Becker and Boss? A. Tss.
Twice I saw Jack Boss pass money
Q. How much- A. I could not aee.
This waa the first time any person
"had ever told positively of the passig
of money between Keeker and hla giaft
collector, and the waiters tesiimon
straightforwardly given, made a dssp
Impression on Bscser. i
On cross-examination by Mr. Mcln
tyre. Rudlaer said he waa horn In Her- j
Q. Did you have trouble Willi LiSUt,
rtecker In Ihs I'nlon skjunrs HotslTI
A t did. , .
Q You did not like I.leut. Decker?
A. I did not dislike him: I simply did I
not like a remark lie made.
SECOND WAITER SAW ROSE
AND BECKER TOGETHER.
T-i.mk SHi. il. a waller at the I'nlon ;
quSI'S hotel, aald ho knew both Rose I
.ml Becker and thai Ii" bad waited on I
them logether many times In ihe
j Union Square.
Q. llow long before the murder of
rtotenthal did you laat see them lo
gatbor? A. JUSl ons week before lie
a as killed. They were In the rear'
i.tiip.g room an hour and a half.
Sirell said lie had been seven limes I
'to Hie District -Attorney s omce, nui
denied that he had rehearsed, his story
cm each of thoae occasions.
Jade Ross, Immaculately clad In a
handsoms new brown suit, wis brought
into IhS courtroom and confronted by
"Is that the man you know as Jack
lose?" demanded Mr. Moss.
"It Is," aald Szrcll.
"Your Honor." said Mr. Moss, "may
we ask a recesgf We have expedited
the esse as rapidly s possible and
ggpOOl to DlOIS this afternoon."
At MA reeess was taken until 2.3d.
DiiFENSE GETS READY TO PRE
SENT ITS SIDE.
With the prospect for an early close
of tiie State's case, the defense's t
fornev busied themselves during the
luncheon recess preparing to begin
titslr defense, t'hlsf counts! Melntyrt j
declared he had Unity witnesses to
call and that he believed It would re
. quire five days to hear them all. At
COIIi CAI HK IIPIADArilE AM (illiria Olscs of yellow paper). la
LAX AT I vk run iw I yaiflne FtjJ-'wihl ... ' ..gnature? A. I do not think
There I .ml ' era "BlfnMO i I' MM. " Las. Z. ., ,, i.
IM MB.'.ar. ut fc Wi UllOVS. :J:. Q- Will ou swssr It Is not?
iony on the atand yeater-
I day. Mr. Backer alluded to the pac
.., i.,.i I,.. ,..,, , h i,..i ,
I Inciter' a home aa an emlaaarv of the
timorous KOSr after the murder.
l never saw S.-hepps until he took
the Htund yesterday." she sild. "Ho
aald he waa In our Hat, talking to my
husband; I do no: believe It. The meagre
description he gave the Jury of the In
terior ( Olir flat waa what ROM ijave
hltn. It la true Koae made scv ral
visits on my htiabaefli he waa an In-
former a stoot pigeon for talent iieck-
er. He waa fully competent to tell
S. heppa what our flat looked like."
SHE RIDICULES SAM SCHEPPS'S
Mrs. flecker characterised as absurd
obsppa'O story about being warned
against lighting a match In the living
that rate, with another dsy for argu
ments. It will be Wednesday of next
week before the case can go to the
"I do not know even now whether I
will put Lieut Becker on the atand,"
said Mr. Mclntyre thla afternoon.
"We will decide that point a little
Thedrst witness called after recesawss
.lumes K. Hallen, a lawyer, who Is serv
ing a sentence In Sing Sing for swind
ling. Hallen waa called to testify to a
conversation he overheard while Hallen
was a prisoner In the Tomha.
Q. By Mr. Moss What la your
name? A. .Tames K. H-tllen.
Q. During last August were you In
the Tombs? A. Yes.
Q. Did you meet Becker there? A.
Q Did vou see Officer White when he
waa broukiit there? A. I did not know
who the man waa then. I simply heard
his name. .
Q. Where was that meeting? A. In
y. Did vou hear them talk? A. Yea,
Q. When? A. I cannot recall the date
Tf I look at the memoranda I made
then I can tell. (He was permitted to
see the papers.) It waa on Friday, the
day I was aentenced to prison.
HIS VERSION OF BECKER'S
TALK WITH WHITE.
Q. Want was said? A. Walts
said 1 "Chief, X am told they have
Xiefty Louie sad he Is going to
give np all he knows." Bsckar sat
down on tie elde of the bath.
Then X heard him say to Whits i
"Oh, I snpposs they have! That
Is only ons mors criminal they
hevs got against as. They hsrs
no men to testify against us but
criminals. After this sensation
has passed over the public will
give me a medal.'
Here the prisoner-witness halted. "I
i wrote the exact worda as I heard
ttiem and I should like to read from
PA) notes." lie said. The Court gav
hjffl permission and Hallen read from
"Becker," hs declared, "said to
w.iite: 'I tell yon that aftsr all
thla ssnsstlon Is over the public
will give me a pension for killing
that sqnealsr Sosenthal'
thonrh X wrote It Boeenberg on
my notes at that time."
BECKER GLARES AT THE DAM
Becker sat bolt upright, folded hla
grmi and glared M the wltneae aa he
old Of Ihs Strong Arm Rquad chief's
conversation w-ltii his trusted lieuten
ant. Detective White
While Hallen Stag testifying the Jurora
wcr.- limbic to hear his faint, hollow
Voice and the Jurora called eevcral times
for ths reading of the testimony. When
Mr, Moss finished with the witness Mr
Molntyrs went after him sacagelv
Q. Y" I've been a crook for a number
of ec us, haven't you? A. Yea, sir.
if. You were convicted fourteen yeaTs
ago, ucrn't you? A. Yea.
(). For how long were you aentenced?
A. My memory IsTliat It waa eight years
and two m intha. ,
Q. Ton were a lawyer at one time
of vour life? A. Yes, sir.
i.t You were recently convicted of
forgery? A. No. sir. of grand larceny
In .he second decree.
Q. Y"u pleaded guilty? A. Tea.
Q. And you were aentenced for how
long' A. Pour years and three months.
Q (in the day you were to he aen
tenced did you aend word to the Dla-tr.ct-Attorney
that If he would let up on
you you would testify asalnat Be ker ?
A. No. air.
M'INTYRE EXAMINES NOTES
MA Dr. BY WITNESS.
Mr. Molntyrs demanded the notes D il
lon had made of neker'a conversation
und scanned them eagerly.
Q Did Becker send you a marked
copy of a paper?
CJ. Loom at this paper. (Handing him
The President's ear cn bs sssn at th eatreme left of the picture.
It Is sarrounaed by motorcycle paUosman. The polios guard sstsadsd
for half a block bsf ore and after the onto. The advance gnu a
two motorcycle policeman can bs seen at the extreme right.
A. 1 do not think It Is
Tiie paper waa marked for Identlfl'a
tlon, but not read, and a eecond docu
ment was handed him, on which he
Identined hla algnalure. Thla, too, was
mnrlied for Identification.
y. Where did you get the p.per on
which you made the not f the Backs. I
trims conersaiion . A in prison in trie
Tombs, i The paper on which the notes
were made and the other paper oti
which Hall. n was not sure of his slg-
nature, scorned Identical In aiie and col
or. Q. Did Becker apeak 1o you In he
Tombs ami ask you 'what about that
article In the newspapers??' A. No.
Q. Did he ask whether you made a
ntatement In the newspapers'.' A. No, sir.
J. Did VOU ray to Becker that you
overheard nothing and that you nave
out no statement? A. I said part of that;
part of It I did not.
Q. lid you say to Decker, "If anv
statement such as that apts-nrs in the
papcra aa having come from me It 1a ut-
ter rot? A. Positively no such conver
sation ever took place IsMwecn Becker
Q.tXd you say to Hecker: "Of course
this Is litter nonstncs, No such ro.
could be of use to any one. Some one
la trying to Injure you or me. As for
myself, I have trouble enough of my
own?" A. I made, no such statement
Q. Did you write such a communica
tion to Becker? A. I did not.
Q Did you cause such a communl'i-
tlon to be sent to Hecker? A. No.
Mr Mclntyre got out a piece of yel
low paper and passed it up to the
'Will you." aaked Mclntyre, "sav
whether or not this paper Is tn vour
Hallen studied the pipers for a few
minutes. "No." he salii. "it Is Dosltlvsh
not In my handwriting."
"Very well!" snorted the lawyer. "Wo
The croaa-exanilner then got yellow
pa l and presented II to the witness.
I want you. said Mclntyre, "tol
write on that pad ns I read from this,
"I will," assented the witness.
The District-Attorney objected to the!
test, but the Court overruled the ohjec- FIUST RACK Two-year-olds: selling:
Hon. Then Becke.'s counsel began tJi six furlongs. LewUi, 109 (lohwobsff), 13
read and the witness, very solemnly, to B. even snd 1 to '.', won; Mlsa Ddlttl,
beaan to write. j ios (Tssvhnn), 13 to 5. even and 1 to :'. BSC.
The awj r did not read to Hallen ond ; Karly Light, IDS ( Butwell), 4 to 1. S
the writing he had failed to Identify, to 5 and 3 to 0, Ihlrd. Time, 111 l-.V Ca
but the memoranda from which he had Carousal. Arcene, Itlngllug also run.
read to refresh his tnemury on the con-j HKiOON'D HACK Two-yeai -olda; aix
versatlon he had overheard between furlonirs Yankee Notions. 10S fOlaaal.
Hecker and Detective White.
WITNES8 WRITES AS BECKER
The defendant's Attorney dictated
" Friday Chief I looked for you
In your cell. I heard straight
from Whitman's man that Loulo
had been found und that he told
Whitman everything. Oh, hell,
and suppose he has. It's only the
say-su of mere croks. Now, sea
here. Jlmmle, we have no one to
knock us but professional crimi
nals No Jury on earth will he
llSVS them. Sit fast. Just sit fast
and deny everything. I tell you,
when all this sensation Is over the
public will give nie a pension for
killing that damned skunk, Ro
senthal.' Hallon handed his second copy of the
notes to Mr. Mclntyre, after It had
been marked for Identification. Mc
lntyre at once offered It In evidence,
for "use as a standard of comparison'
with other of Hallon's writings.
"Did you," he asked, "forge the name
of John W. Block, of No. , Maiden
Lane, for list?'
"No, air," said the witnesa.
Mclntyre asked the witnesa about
various forgeries, all of which he de
nied. "Oh." shouted Mr. Mclntyre. "don't
till me anything. I know all about
Hallen stiffened tip In his chair,
stuck his head out ptlaTnaclously and
shot this one at Mr. Mclntyre:
"Oh, of course you know about me,
Mr. Mclntyre. You were my personal
lawyer, and the questions you are ask
ing me come from what VOU learned In
the confidential capacity aa my attor
ney." WHITMAN BUSY WITH AN OB
JECTION. District-Attorney Whitman was on his
feet n an Instant. ".luy it pletss the
Court, he shouted, Mr. Mclntyrs has
no legal or moral
.Pl.t In ..v.. ... .1. i.
ma loi in' r in in, mom i.'if-r
pre ions relation
"Tiiut !n mt
U rtsd Me, M In
f the case and In
tyri "I Kot out
never pnl'l tnr."
"Tiiut 1h rifit
"I tv WltiU'JifJ.
aft and His Extra Guards on Fifth A venue
"I paid you with a check for '.' and
on know It."
WITNESS ADMITS CASHING
The witness admitted that he had
ashed a bogus check for t&l at llrokow
Brothers and that It waa for that erlBH
hs waa now In rtlng Sing.
Mr. Mclntyre aaked that Indictment
against Huller fourteen ye its ago and
In Ukki and 18l he produced by the Clerk
of the Court. Justice (loft replied that
he did not think It was necessary to de
lay the trial to that extent.
Becker's counsel then read off a long
list of alleged complaints against the
I ask the District-Attorney." he
aald. to produce those complaints
against the witness."
"I am sorry." responded the Pro
secutor, "but I have no such com
plaints, and, therefore, cannot produce
Mclntyre started an argument, but
the Court cut him short.
"The District-Attorney has answered
and that Is sufficient," said the Judge.
Q. Where was White and where was
flecker at the time of the conversation
vou say you heard? A. Just lnaid
(J Where were you? A. In the
other shower bath, light alongside
y. Describe this other man? A. I
have no lden what he looked like. I
only paid attention to Becker not to
the other man.
Q. Waa the conversation carried on
In a loud tone of voire? A. Not loud,
but very distinct.
Q. How soon did you make your
memorandum? A. Within an hour.
ij When Delancey Nlcol was District
, Attorney, were you convicted of forgery
'In the second degree? A. I was not.
(Mr. Mclntyre looked further at the
Indictment he held In his hand and for
I the first time learned that Hallon had
' really been acquitted. He promptly
i begged Hallon's pardon, which the pris
oner graciously granted.
even. to G and out. tlrst; Frederick I...
US (McTaggartl, to 1. to 3 ami out,
second; Tartar. MM (Butwell), 7 to I,
9 to 6 and out, third; coupled with
Hester Prynne. Time 1 12 3-1. Leo
chares, Hester Prynne also ran.
THIRD HAC Three-year-olds and
up; selling: five and a half furlongs. -Miles
O'Cnnnel, 11.1 (Hopkins), 6 to .
1 to 2 and out. won; Orbed Iwid. Ill
(Small!. 9 to 1. 4 to 1 and 2 to I, second;
Spin, 118 (Martin). II to I, f. to I and .'. to
2. third. Time, 1.0s. Auto Maid, Mon
Ami. Kxeallhar, Manhelmer. Sir
Kearney. Hind Running. Astrologer,
Chsar L'P. The Busy Body, Madman
TOURXH RACE The Canvaa Back
Belling atake; three-year-olda and up;
six furlongs Asylade, 110 (McTsggirt ,
IS to R, R to fi and 1 to 2. drat; Bossonix,
112 (Butwell), 12 to I. 4 to I and 2 to 1,
SOCOnd ; Isadora, KM (OlaSS), T to 1. 3 to
I and B to i, ;!ilrd. Time LIS, Ivabel,
Star Jasmine, Itlght Hnsv. Spolin, Perth
shire, MarJorle A and Hilarious also ran.
LAURBI,, Md , oot. 11 Bntrls
to-morrow are na follow.:
I'lllST HACK T"ier.oll; .rllcn. uirsr.
MOO fie nisi .. Iiatf furlmqn K - , .. I r.-. IOI;
Hhrw, lOli Kibm. list; Fes.-e. lot; Uhtauol,
io7; Brynsnr, ios; Annfic his; corn tlrselsr,
LOOj LawaiiH, M9 'Paris ynerrr, llo, Ofauosle.,
llOi MjsiriB, lll
SM'dMl HACK 'lliref jest elds nn.l Uiejesd
liandUap; eleeple( luue; Mine, siort .mien,
abut in" mile. niNck lirilgt, I94i IKesB. Uj
Irun I' Ihgas. IU; IttrefMe, no. idiu .Micheel,
i lllltn H'K I i rer "1.1 sisl aiis.nl;
Kcllinf rune. I.'HHI; lx fiirl"m Tl.kti.k. M
Neuter Ida. Mis J"r.sli, I0H; Madeline t. , Ugi;
lUlUck lor, . Has M.imeju 0B: UaUph, Hal;
Mahlllli- IOT: K ool lifla n , 107; nrlsd Uid Ills
Pint.)!.. IU"; Mimeteur X . 100; Sei i iird,
11(1 Ninilni, 110; A7gnl'it, 110; ISml.lo Kli,
isit htm RATI 4bajs.ytar.olda nd upward i
handleap; nurse, ai;on: "in. nd me .ttmitii
miles AltwMlia, till. I'lrffrd... IM; Dr. Harm
tier ios Carlt'in li.. Ho. (in, Fislsr, 11.1.
yiPTH RAI'E Ti.r.-. rear "Id n.l unsrsrii
cling: I'rrrne H0O tl fllrtonM fond. its.
Ilelml 100; In It Iwarinser, lot; Kb; mi.
II.. Imi, 10.1; Tlir.r'r. Hi". : Kale K.. 100;
Clierrv semi. I Orl; ("iiiin. I fnm, 100; ( ; .das
l'atle 110: -S) l.ari MI. llo. Lad of Uii.drri.
lln. Ju 1. .Niiiiuiu. no. Ai.ain. II.'. 4 trrlten
Tirnr e.r ..ln and ill.wael:
ts-llina, nurae ..MSI; ..lie mile all I sunfv ral-"l.'ltJ.-
fcp., US: wi iddori. II": ISirtsss, H;
Adiileste, IO0; linn,..:, el iirj. tilth leas, 10:
Mollk. 1011; MitIsti Turner. Ksl Irle'i Kid
to; ll'.u 1.1 . I IT : Y'.rklil"v flrr, HSi; Michael
And I". Ill; I'lnrl I 'ilef. H.'l, TowUa Klrld
11.:. ciraa. f, flrslnfer, nil
Aisirentir-e .llcsarce of hrr peAaSS.
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10 CATCH TRAIN
Police Escort Helps Taft
Smash Traffic Regulations
on Fifth Avenue.
With motorcycle policemen preced
ing, flanking and following hla car and
with an automobile load of Secret Ser
vice men and Central Office detectlvea
trailing on behind. President Taft rode
In record breaking time to-day from
the Holland House to the Oram! Cen
tral Station. He left tho Holland
House at 9. IB o'clock and at that mo
ment the Hoaton ICxpress, via Spring
field, on the New York, Now Haven and
Hartford Ballroad waa due to leave the
CI rand Central Station.
The train waa held Tor nine minutes.
In that period of time tho President
nctcotlatfd the distance between the
Holland House and the Orand Central
Station and made hla way down
through the pnsaagewaya to the private
car attached to the rear of the train.
Owing to the attempt on the life of
Col. Roosevelt In -Milwaukee extraor
dinary precautions were taken to pro
tect President Taft during hla atay
In this city and the police officials
heaved algha of relief when be waa
The President breakfasted In the pub-
Girls', Children's and Infants'
Complete line9 shown for ages 6 months to 14 years
norm.F: v waists
Made (if Cmitil, suitublfi for winter wear 2 IBM to 12 years 40c. 50c
Embroidorjr erlmmoxl. 2 to 14 years 50c
Same stylo, of llittiiile LtM triiiuned 50c
Maiin nf Coutil, 4 to 12 y.-;tm SOc. 65c
INFANTS' BATISTE WAISTS
i to 18 monttu. 50c
QROWING tilRI.S' BONED WAISTS
Tlireo itylfM lhown( difference in Ijoiiing and rordinj to suit tiie various ftRes.
65c. 1.00 1.25 1.50
Suitulile for hoys und (iris. 4 to 12 years 50c
Complete line of Hose Supporters
fU.ACK AM) Will TE COTTj N sn'I'OKTKKS .... 12c. to22c
BILK BflPPORTERg IN COLORS 23c. to 35c
KERNS' SUPPORTERS 25c
('HILDREN'S LAMBS' WOQI, SWEATERS
In white witli lialit iilua or pint borders, alao pltin tvhito. 1 to 3 years 1.65
CHILDREN'S LAMBS' WOOL SWEATERS
With OODWltlble Dullari hMVy weiulit. Tun, gray or rvlilte. 1 to 4 years .. 2.50
CHILDREN'S KNIT WORSTED SWEATER SETS
Uompriling Swettart Legging! tnd cap. Colors: tan. gray or white. lto4yrs. 3.75
CHILDREN'S ANOORA WOOL SWEATER SETS
Comprising Coat BweaUl
i I i '
lie dining room of the Holland House
with hla wife, hla brother. Charlea. hla
daughter and Mra. Taft'a sister. Mrs
Loughlln. of Pittaburgb. The conver
sation between the President and his
brother was so absorbing tn.it no at
tention was paid to train time.
When the Taft party waa reminded
that the Boeton Kxprcaa left at (.In
there waa a great deal of aciirrylnK
about. A telephone messaae was sent
to the station asking that the train bo
The President and his wife, on UtSll
way from the door of the hotel to ihe
automobile paojied through a guard of
half a doSsn policemen. Secret Service
men and detectives watchfully weaved
among the persona atsndlng near. Two
Secret Service men got Into the ear
with the President and his wire. Seven
other members of the Secret Berries
and Detective BUfSa.1l boarded another
car. Ten motorcycle poUOSfttSH were 1 n
hand to act aa an escort.
The situation was explained to Ser
geant Sam Johnson In charge of the
motorcycle aqund. He gavu orders Hint
for the time being traffic regulations I
were attspsndsd. With the horns of the
motorcycles and automobiles honking
continuously the President'! party bor.sl
u swift way up crowded Firth avenue
and across to the station.
In paaalng from the atrret level 10
the train platform Prealdent Taft and
hla party used a freight elevator. Con
tplcuouely poatsd in the elevatur was
Passengers Riding In This Elevator
Do So at Their Own Risk."
with belt, Li'Kgint,s, Cap and Mittens. 1 to 4 years
OPPOSE GERMAN OIL DEAL
HKHI.IN. Oct. M.-Fmr that the pro
pOMtf pi'tt i-iim nmnoply umrVr the a m
pl est of the ti r:ti:in KVt-rnmint wu it
m -rM"l arritK'tinnt untluly favnrhir
I tit Inti-n of thn I NHItMlM Hii'ik
WM Ihf rA!.n" of their refiiHa, to nntiT
tit m mil at1 ftecoftSltlM 10 u it.iti iin nt
H .ithortMd by i tit- i i Mdiiw Bunk, the
DISC OR tQ tint llH.'tiiift Hil l lllt'tHf. hroiM.tT
link tn-i.H V.
Th IhrM btlll hi ilrrlurr ttjfto im
truo th.it thflr refill. W&Ui lniplre'1 by
thrtr rtlftttoni with h Sl.inlar.l oil
Contpftn.fi On tht contrary, they nay
titty have offered t cnnonl their oon
tract! with that con corn nni to ontor
tnt monopoly oompnny unit wlUutrw
only w hen the Byndlcntt rofutod to give
the ntotniftfy ftiorantoM fur oquollty
piiist RAO! Purss H0 for lwoysar-
olds, live and ii half Tin longs facob
Itutin. tl (Ituxtoul woni Prime Hermis,
11., i(aii7.t second; Anna It I. IN
Obart). third. Tim Lai M, .i Block,
Ihe (Iradcr. I.uth.r. Sempilte, Aitcon,
nriii a wonaer ani rwco also ran,
jaoob Bunn, t..i:, win; l-i place; ini
show; Prince Dermis. IMJ0, place; U,7t
allow; Anna It I. tO.M show.
ftfl.lMMt fnm " Tagged'' hleaBToana.
CH1CAOO, lct. It. At the close last
night of Chicago's annual "Tag Ihiy"
It waa estimated that more than its
(100 had been raised for the lienellt of
thirty-ttve ohMdroa'a oaaiitlas of tho
city. About 1,100 women, SUtttoOad In
every part of the cltv, sold during the
day more than half a. million taga.
At Thirty-Fifth Stret, :
WHEN THE SKIN
If suffering from sAv akin affection it
is important for you to know that oti
your druggist's shelf, in the form of a
nil of I'oslam. lies the concentrated
healing power which will ease all physi
cal dislNM and effect a complete sod
With this resdy mesns of relief so
easily svailahlc there is really no reason
why . . cma, acne, tetter, barbers' itch,
pimples and like affections should be
allowed to go unchecked snd their dis
comforts unnecessarily endured. First
application stops the itching, the skin
rapidly htlll snd is restored to normal
I'OSI. VM SOAP is antiseptic and ger
med al, the safest awl most soothing
nursery soap. It improves the health,
color and natality of the skin; beautifies
complexions, renders the hsnds soft and
All druggists sell I'oslam (price. SO
cents) nml I'oslam Soap (price, to cents).
Kur free samples, write to the Kiuergency
Knhnrntoriea, M West X.Uh Street. New
To-Day and To-Mono.
Solid 14 -Karat f
... ... Uhrrr JTOU Mill, tty aW llMfd M IM
uii .till nui hr ahlf tit bujr tho .
nlfMie fr ili.nMe thr lri r mm - harnr m
IhU . fur tli rntlre Wat. h. This U
the l.tdrat nftrr ar tmir mnd far
th a amtMin. Solid I Ikt. ttolii Watclifo.
full. ajusritlttrrl fur a lt tlinci IMo
in eal, Ilt.t.ia.tr HlsMlrl, With
. row it unit iM itilaiit. 'wiia wa dr
Ju nss ci iiK-ae narna ior pn
' hr thr nl tlava that wr wjtl writ them at
i till, nrli . . suit wr ra.net fill M eralera.
Hr IlilnU ll illiiir. .--..ir.l tw ater lain detail
mm to hut aiarl whrrt tr urH urrti thrm.
Htifrii- It t amy tn! n la tmm blgtefi-ai Ibis
Ho h otrrrrsl till- yemr. anil mm hate W-
r-r-l .unit prriit rochI onra mt thai lr
H-tf"r l -I. Ilrtar ! mlnrf that rr aaa
nf tlirae watchr will miIiI talth the- dla
tlnrt nntlrratnndlMai that If It ran He hoiurht
for I'-- than atltV.OH fram aay whalaaaJa
Jrwrllf-r. wr ilo not mrr who, wa will re
fund tniir nionry.
H auaraalrr a aarvlaar of at leaet 3S
er rent, on all lilah anarle Oold WStckaa.
uatllrr aaliatl Tewrllrr m ae tt fee
liarlsn, he le nound to ajdmlt It. tVt
. i .. , ttw .......... ... w.., . www
liatr lirrn llalitlna the WSSrh .'winhtne far
aur. li i.rins tin. araatm. we eaear more
eur In hrlna IM. aloul. Wa show I
lln.. I. ..Id Walahee than any Sen Jewellers
In New Vork. Ithlnl Ihe roaMer .an trill
find none hui old. raperleareat walrbaaafc
rrm. Ihrlr adrlrr I. free lor the aaklae
T.-. mi Solid 1H.K. (.old Halrh far 1M
IU.-,.IM Molld IM-H. I. olii Halrh for
Hn.ini roiiii i i-k. i.oia n.tra rer
!.-..ixi Solid I l-k. (."Ill Walrh fer
lir. lMI Solid I l-K. Hold H.I. h for
it.ViMI Solid I l-K. Ilald Walrh fer
CHARLES A. KEENE
m Oafar lllaroande, W alrhre. Jewrlrr.
180 Broadway, New Yark
"I Don't Know Where
I'm Going, but I'm
On My WaJ!"
mwi ' ii,
i a.' I
An.1 that's the wy with a ftw short.
sishteJ hiiincs'rkers who start out. ur
luldatd, uf.fr a suitable house, room or
apartment in which tt spend the cold
Nut so. however with those who go
house-hunting with World ads. as a
6,180 "To Ut" Ads. Wert hinted
but Week in The World
A Great Flood of Light Is Thrown ofl
the Home-seeking Question by
WORLD ADS. EVERY DAY!
Another 24-page Magazine
next Sunday. Don't fall to
et it. Order next Sunday a
orld in advance. See your
newsdealer to-morrow morn
In tmi irir iiriviirB r taMiiix ii to tour
wi-llrr. -ui.Jn ihm It l any trot hr Hkr.
ilrlllhiK a huh ihrnuih If hr iil-ra. a aid If
tllU .im.'l fllaal I mmXA I Ik, at. .1.1 Ihrnliok
Htiil thriiucli nml Miirth tjtlA.ttH la ai
, tliouaaml l. .is. at m lit.itssc wo will rafawq
II 111- llimiri . I i -lilt a aa ml lii-tlliirm w anil
r "l .fi i1 'ii mi mm