STATE CLOSES CASE AGAINST BECKER;
AFT TESTIMONY RULED OUT BY GOFF
Member Kalr Tv-almht H'rl,!,,, mrr.
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NEW YORK, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1912
PRICE ONE CENT.
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IIUUUL! baft. I IUIII11VR vri i ... rv,-., maiivii im
nnnrno m n i nnnnor otcm IN rtKIL NhHIINb
AND LOIS OF FLAPJACKS
Doctors Say Danger Is About Past,
but Refuse to Allow Travel
Until After Sunday.
CHICAGO, Oct. 17,
lurvey of Col. Ro isevelt's i
Thomas Owens Wouiuls An
other Man When Gunning
tor Daniel J. Carroll.
-Six doctors.' making :lie most extended
ondltion atempted since his arrival at Mercy
Hospital, this m trrting found his condition as near normal as a wounded
man's could be and renewed their assurance that there was no longer
came fur worry.
It also was ann unced p isltlvcly that tel Roosevelt would net leave
the hospital until next vUk, a: least The physidtni and surgeons were
Ilrs. John B. Murphy, Arthur Dean Bevan, John F. Golden, Scurry L.
A . , .. , I UlltUm II M -l ....!.. TV,.. .cl-i,'im-H
i erren, Alexander i.anircn uiiu niuwiii iiiwwatMsj. . wi-imhw
lrested the Colonel's wound.
fit following bulletin was issued. t-
timed l.(d A M 110.03 N SW lo:k Itmeji
"Pulns, 72; ter.iperatr.-e, 9C3i rtsplra
tlon, 10, all nigh;. WcucJ (XtHOd,
look well. MBM conn.;. BBantlaatleei
by Br. Alexander X.aml.evt rhew lung
in food condltloBl general oosdHlea
splendid. Tlis crsc Is pfOgTIMtaf J
lavorably that unless RBI cov.:p".lea
tloaa occur thi i.uilat will not be re
moved at present."
It wa lgnd by lr John n. Mur
phy, Dr. ArtMii Hean Hmw, l:'- Alex
ander Lambert mid Dr. Scurry L, !
" .Mrs Boaaovglt illd tor p yalctang tolJ
Mr. llooevelt thai If th caso pio-
KMkiui muii favorably there km gUII
n.. i n i i c '- of leaving Chicago until after
WILL STAV UNTIL DOCTORS SAY
HE CAN GO.
Mrs. Rooxviti wa very poaltlve on
this r,0ii it and the doctori aupported
her. Mr, lloovett llnally aetlUleaecd
nnd mfd he would ty ubIU III doctori
and ht wife thought li was perfectly
safe fol . im to mow, though he w
to el ba k to Oyster Ma) at the
eat poaglbl tnllttllii
Thu rtioel measuring bulletin yet
U-ueo by the ijiylcluni concerning Col.
Rooaovelt ejndltlwn i
. h. :t (- o'ciook. .iw fork tf
temper&taure and reaplratton
Hlood oouni !.an dropped to
ormai. nrt-;i i :i . 1 1 .......
Mi. Rtiuievoll maintained ner ttoh
a.i thf Bedaldo .j: hei huiliand ind ctb'
li-.ul n uulet, amooth running routlae.
w:ilc)i II agreed evae o.i beat thing
poa&ala for tho Colone At noon he
decreed that no vleltori wero t i Col,
ltuifii.it during tip- !. bocauM ha
l ad UOt it'l'l our 'ia i u ttiornlBg Hof
AfgrM .u aciepied without tHeatlon,
n!tr..' u . tho Colonol contplBlnod la.ll
Ingly t it the did no! give lilni t;io
opportunity to any anything about it.
"T!ii lighl for the rula oi the people
l ni: . aham," he aald with u laugh,
"More i am, u victim of luaolilne rulo
Hut there wag no appeal front t!i vor
aiAi ..f air. Rooaevalt end no one
it. ...i ih. ohinara naoiu aaeeDtils
MUa ii i ftooaevelt, who raaohod the
boipltal ehortl) after noon and nettled
down for the i!.iy-
lira, ttooeeveli had breakfaet with
her husiund iln.'.ii.il uttachi-i tik
from me patlent'a arm .i few Iropa of
blood 1.18 o'olo k ami departed for
the laboratory lo make the count of
leucoiy ni After had boon done
and ho had eomi rtably settled
In bed ho aenl I r the morning papera,
whioh be read with Intereet
Til.- mirror !.. - for ihavlng was
lyine nearby, a:.i he rained it to catch
a retU-ctton uf the lly ""t of bli win
dow. Hla room i the wool ltd)
of the building, hi ild not Judge by
the light In the .vhetiiei it H
a clear or oloudy day until lie bit upon
oboervinf for hlmaeli iy aid or tho
This Is ITiJt v 'li r. !: li I i.)
Nuroe Bbutohe A Welter, who waa itr
ranging the dregelngn ilch were to bo
udjuuted) hi the hyalduna made their
morning txoj igtlon "It'g u ihama to
be tied bp be i- ' aather a Ihli "
He glanced .1 M Rooaevelt, who
hA juined i.ini lo ng over the
papers. She i died nulggloglly and
hook her bead,
"flhe'a bo! '," ha imlled 10 the nurae,
taking up hi papera nun.
TELLS 8T E A f.1 FITTER HE CAN
MAKE SOME NOISE.
A ateam dttlng made "n annoying
noleo IB 'ha liny an1.. room of "is ..p. it-
Battalion Chief Callahan and
Men Are Nearly Overcome
by Clouds of Smoke.
1904 FUND CLEAN
NEVER SAW BOOKS
SAVED FROM PLUNGH
Pinned on Statement, He
Says He Did Not Know Names
of Roosevelt Contributors.
COURT DEALS A CRUSHING BLOW
TO THE PROSECUTION OF BECKER
Wife of Gunman "Lefty" Louie
Who Testified Against Becker
NO OIL CASH, WAS TOLD.
Comrades Stop Daze J Leader i Munsey Testifies He Gave null
as He is About to Step
Off Into Space.
BattHi; ,n etltOf Jofctl ''ulla ir of
DrooJtlyn e.mi a inzon flrni under
hla TinKnand had apveral mlnutea of
gOUta peril thlft mftrrnoim When thry
Moose 118,005 Puts
Total Fund at $574,000.
vv.sn:v;v -v. Oct. it Oeorgt n.
Cortebjrou, c'h airman . r the 'SSI Re
publican Campaign, testified vfore the
Clapp Committee to-day that ue :nw
round rhsmsoivea covered by a blanket I nolmB "s msrHwra uu coniriouuon
of smoke during a lire In the paper t!"' ,""V'1: fund, and that wnen
box faotory of L, H, Heberleln, Noa M oarrtod Col, Hooosvslt's message to
After an all-niKht to'.ir of aaloona In
Williamsburg, Thomaa Owena. widely
known in ths Eastern District of Brook
lyn as i Democratic politician and a
forn rr lieutenant of Senator P, H. Hi-
Carren, entered Lawrence Carroll's
saloon .it Orand street and Drigg ao
nuc, u: S o'ciook this morning, and
announced his Intention of klll'r.g
Lawrence Carroll or hi son, Daniel J
Carroll, .lie Democratic candidate 'or
State Senator in the fitventb District
Neither of the Carroll was In '.he
placs, and Owena. declaring he would
ahoot "pome Carroll anyhow." tired
thr. e shot at WUluni J. Lardl of No.
M goutl Second Street, a member of the
Carroll faoUon The third bUl'sl grazed
ii. n.H. ho lost hl left hand In a
bomb SXploslon, slg years ago, waa
ssised by Thomas ItcArdla He struck
MoArdle wltli the e'unip of his 'eft arm
and knocked him Sown. Policeman
Boyan rushed intu the saloon, and after
.1 flishti In which he aided by Mc
ardle And othera. subdued and dla
armed the maddened Owens. Later,
Owen wa arraigned m Manhattan gvo
nui' inline court and held In i-,to0 ball
on a OhnrgO of felonioua ajiaault. ani
00 bail on a charge of carrying a
loaded revolver. In violation of the Sul
'I 'he evidence showed Owena, whoa
home la at No. luj Houih Klrat atreet,
recently fell out with the Carrolla, who
are leader of the Democratic organloa
Hon In 'he Courleenth Dlotrlot The
Carroll hav been waging a bitter fie-v
on OWeng and he threatened. In various
WllllamebUrg resorts, last night, that
he ivmuM "get even" with La wren"'
Carroll ur Dan.
Owen knew It was the custom of
Lawrenca Carroll to get to his place
i I ; Inegg about H o'clock In the
til imlng When he entered Carroll's
ggloon he went ti the back room.
wl ere he expected to find Carroll,
"I'll wall for him." 'Kid Owens, "and
r:i gsi even with him when he ihowa
up Come mi and have u drink."
to .lie Seventh street. Brooklyn Calla
han was s'i daggjd he ramp near stopping
from a third glory window Into space,
Under Jth impression that a ladder WU
braced outside uf the window.
The fire Started In the rtmi of an old
church building, which was ones the
fashionable Sixth Avenue Baptist
Church that atood at Sixth avenue sort
Lir.ooln plo-e. Out was latterly med (J
one of ths stock storehouse of ths pa
per box factory. The flames spread to a
stable, the property of the dompany.
and several horses would have been
burned If James Fox of No. ;m Third I
atreet had not rescued them when the fire
wa all ahoul them.
Deputy l liu Chief LaJly responded to
ths second alarm tba. was turned In
and dlreotud tint-Battalion Chief Calla
han lead a squad of men, with two Mime
Of hose, o the roof of a tlirue-story
brick StTUOtUr that aloud a little spurt
from the burning church and stabls
buildings. Wnen tlio llremea were on
the roof they suddenly became snvel
oped in smoke, wbtoli Jumped from s
blind firs that bad smoulderel undsr
Calkahan Immediately led a line ot
hose onto the third floor and there tt
w.ui that he end the men with him had
to fight for every breath.. Several uf
them were overcome urn! Callahan bud
one leg thrown over a window ;dge Jid
van about to slip out when the yells
his oomradea In ilta s'reet below .-leared
big brem and he w thut 'here was
no ladder ignlnat that window. He
hung tu his perch until a ladder waa
moved under him.
The flro una not ubdurd until a loss
of from H'-'.OOm to t!6. Oi had been entailed.
MAYOR LUNN AGAIN JAILED;
SHERIFF READS RIOT ACT.
LITTLE KALLHC N. Y , Oct. tT. Mayor
Clenrge B. I.unn of gchencotady, and
four other Socialists workerg, were ar
rested here to-day when they trlod to
hold a meeting In Clinton 1'ark. near
the mills Of the l'hoenlx Knitting Com
pany, where severa.1 hundred men and
WORtan are on strike, A charge of riot
ing is to bo made again! the Mayor
and his asu'iciatos This la Lunn'e sec
ond arrest lu re within three days.
Mrs. I.unn, wife of the Mayor, started
.to read a newspaper editorial and era
escorted from the J'ark by ohrlff Moon
Fifteen minutes later lUilert A. ilske
man was arrested when he began read
ing the Bible A big crowd tuthered
but dispersed When the riot got was read
by tho Sheriff. The general, sit notion is
admittedly growing wore. although no
violence against the authorities has
ROOSEVELT AND rVff
TO PRESIDENT TAET.
Treasurer Cornci'.ut N, Bliss to return
the money. Bliss ha ! denied recelvtui:
"At tb time yon lssned a letter
stating ths campaign was perfectly
clesn, aid yon Snow wlio .ne .-oatrii,-ntors
were?" he was asked by Benator
"lTo, sir," Oortelyon said.
"ad yon eaaanlaed the books of Cot.
MsTSr," was the reply, "lgr. SUss
would salt me of istas, at OUT area
times, but not of contributors," as
Mr. Cortelyou amplllled hi teartmony
reerardlng the Standard Oil contribution
MATTER NOT TO BE SliCUSSED.
"1 remember Bliss told ins thai the
Standard Oil had not contributed. I
have an lndtsUnot reoollsctlon thai hs
added that U giiy imltv.d u.. oorsLrtbu
tlons bod bean made It was u aiattar
that aliould not be dLncusasd.
"I oonsidnrmt the iett'ir from irsl
Oent ftooeeVaJl orilerlng th, istturn of
ths gtandard OU mone.- as ap;iytng
only bo the Standard til CompaityHIOt
as referring to Individual conti-.butlons, "
he added. 'If the letter had directed
the renurn of individual aontributtons,
1 dont' thlak I would have t.iJtsn ,m;
orders from the Vrealilent ie7rdlng It
if I had thought It MTU a proper In
dividual contribuUon, I might have re
ceived It an i way.
'We drew no 11ns nali.t corpora
tion eontrlbUtion, and 1 had no excop-
t loi aiysoif to that rulo," ths former
Cabinet official declared, "it was tho
President bO objeoted to thu fttandard
on nioniiy being received."
Frank at. Munsey, tbs pnbUahar, told
ths Clapp Committee this afternoon
that hs contributed J lid ,005 to the
Roosevelt prs-convsntton campaign.
Mr. Munsey gave to the committee
what he termed a "bird's-eye view, "
financially, of the Rooaevelt campaign,
From testimony before the committee,
Mr. Munsey said, the Campaign cost
tTt.OOO, excluding what he called "drib
lets" small contributions.
"Eliminating the fiTi,iiu given by Dan
Hanna In Ohio and IHt.Ouu by Mr. Pllnn
in Pennsylvania, the campaign at lb
outside did aol cost over I'loO.ooo," th"
Thomas W l.awsun tetlftil that In
spent 1100,000 In Col. Rooaevelt f In
terests this year 'n advertising and lit
erary work lie gave no money to in)
COPY OF BLISS'S BANK ACCOUNT
IN 1904 PRESENTED.
James O. Cannon of the Fourth Na
t.onaJ Bank ,f New York aubmltted iiy
mall to-day to the aomhtlttee a e 'py of
the bank account of CornellU N Bllaa,
tKu treasurer "f me itepubiican cam-
patgn. it shows I dep n i of UtO.OOO i-
anV JgggeMaV JT MM2mtm gggggVnsnWJ nnVn.
jnfll .'''. if lln. i
t pt' MB I
ay. W ' ' aflgsui WM
1 ' '' PggH
Refuses, After Long Wrangle, to Ad
mit as Testimony Police Lieuten
ant's Bank Account as Proof
That He Was a Grafter.
HE REGRETS LOSS
OF HIS GOOD PIPE
Mr. Donovan Fell Asleep While
Smoking It on Pier and
Tumbled Into Fast River.
JOY FEST IN HONOR
OF RED SOX IS LED
BY BOSTONS MAYOR
"Honey" Fit Praises M ithew-
son at Public Reception to
WITNESS FOR THE STATE
ADMITS HE'S A PERJURER.
State Closes Its Case, Court Over
rules Motion to Dismiss, and Mcln
tyre Opens Defense To-morrow
Baffled at every attempt to Introduce evidence of Lieut. Charles
Ueiker's many ami heavy hank deposits, the prosecution in the trial of
the ICC used police lieutenant for the murder of Rosenthal before Justice
(iotl in extraordinary term suddenly rested its case at 4.25 o'clock this
Mclntyre, chief counsel for Becker, then made the usual motions
that Justice Goff dismiss the case, to instruct the jury to bring in a
verdict of acquittal for lack of evidence set forth by the prosecution and
kindred leal moves, all of which were denied by Justice Goff. The
Justice, upon Mclntyre's request, granted adjournment until the morning.
Sam Schcpps had been recalled to the stand to jive the defeme
more latitude in cross-exaitaination. He was temporarily withdrawn and
Daniel A. Hentien of the Franklin Savings Bank was called. He said an
account wis opened in the hfiK In April, 1912.
M'lNTYRE OPENS BIG LEGAL BA TTLE.
Mr. Mclntyre wis on his feet instantly, fightinf; bitterly to prevent
the opening wedge by which the State hoped to show the great sums
made by Becker as head of the Vie Squad.
"The tate," he shouted, "Is trying to prove this prisoner guilty of
bribery, not murder, and seeking to tnflarne Che public mind."
"We desire to sliow," said Mr. Mow, "that there was a motive for
il is mirrder. That motive was that Rosenthal wa endangering Becker's
source of revenue. We want to etrnw that Rose's testimony was true.
He mKI he was decker's p;raft collector, and we want lo show he was."
HatUng after removing; a few thou
sand bricks from a barnc at the foot
if JSaat Ninety-ninth street to-day,
Willi. mi Donovan Ml down on th"
tuingplece of the pier to smoke his pips,
Ho fell njdicp while amoklnK and hll
asbep fell into the river. As B
i..., bed Hie wster his lead struck a
floating piece of limber and the blow
ronewrew mm ti r "f tn. II ou I ItepreoentaUvs.
Although be Was pultlally stunned '
1 1 un's voice was In working order
BOSTOKi tfeej,! Oct II Through
ItrooU lined 'ty Utouai nda of epMiaears.
the BogtOn rlert 'X. Wurtd' chamilonai
of Jiiii, parade In automogllog to-day
from Ponway Park to ituriii Had,
w-tiere they were congratulated by oHy
ofllolall and tJioui ind of the fotloweog
of tn,, a km
Ttie "Joy fea " in r. ucull Hall wo
prealded uvi py eiao;- nu v. fiu
gsrald, who congratulgtod :h Jtou fge
for bringing the 'ssonsnl yam -Mty
The Mayor ald 1 1 t Itiiop nsrse;
i'lirlsty MaOnw - i .,:i'l the other
York players foi their leave light Ths
sentiment wo i . i l, applauded by ti.s
Boaton ptayera eph Waikor, form.'-
,n l others iiuidi iddn iss .Vfrii.iger
Juke Ht thl in I Uthef no tubers of the
nam responded, thanking the people of
The p a y i ' prr-n" ! Ji.i i.r Htshl
(Continued on Sixth Tago.)
BHTTKK -THAI'S KKillT-iidc. f.n.
Rich Id Qualltj aud lately fresh at A.'ker,
,-rm I a Coodit Cu. o la O'rvatu New
'l'lie Invitation wa addressed to Iia
ills, who hud known Owsne for om
time Oardl nuld he wouldn't drink
with li vens Thu latter pulled out a
pistol, sti Pped bacK tnree or four pace.i
and began lo biaie away at Uardls.
Tin- first two buli.-ts went Willi II. I
crashed into a partition. The third CUI
a eroaao In Dardla'g nook, from wuioh
blood i put ted. and he fell to the floor,
Owen started fur th dour, hut c
Ardle tackled him and tailed lllm long
enough i" allow ih policeman to roath
the S' ene.
Lawrence rat rnll reached t ie nslo m
n few iiiinuteH alter the shooting. Had
he been 111 the place When Owsn "i r
rV0j he probably would have been
BBVP.ftl.Y, Mass Oct it .When
President Tall returned here todar
from VVor. eater by nutotnobll In Wgl
aefl unpanled by in exra . iruher of Ss
ere' servl e men I'pon reaching I'ara-
matta Cottage .o was given leleajframg I ma
from 1 oi itooasveit ami airs ttoosenit
in answer 'o the telegram of lympathy
he sent auun after L'Ol. Ituoaevili wa
shit Tie telegram from tin- Colonel
r ad i
"I appreciate yur syni athett Innulry
ami wisp 10 thank you to.- it."
Tn from Mrs. Itooaevelt read
'My fum 1) and I unite In thanks for
jour kinj sgprogelon if ri'mpatby."
tWOen Oct. - an I U, aa fuiiowa.
Oct 97 I3S.000
Oct 38 100,000
Oct. 31 104.000
rttt total .a tbg turn v ill h some wit
Leases have testified t .at B, Hi Hai rl-
ralaed (.apunuiturea of Nani on
jet. 71 are .ilsu ... IWn l'i i'.e bank state.
nenl. Other lepoalt by misa were
1 1 Pregldeni inon
il ivlng cup- ii i ii sla
it iegr.ims na," nee,,
olub fi " i'; se lions
p. aeAlsor wit u
tecefvad by the
,f tiie ouuiry.
i, uit. and fii.'MJ three
rill II II 11 I'tltTII.M AMI Ot'HKIM
ran rent BP, Asesmbly Hall In the Pulltier
Bulldins. "ratine il&O, and one seating 75.
day or niabi. Apply L. A. I'rait. Heoaa
4110 PulHasr (World) Butldln. .
VVi.'Wii on Mar
tu.i s later.
George u CorlelyoUi if"' Republican
Chairman, when called to tin- itand aaa
diked regarding lb gtandard ".i ''on.
trlbutinn of 1u0,uuq to Trcaaurer mis
"I know very little about It." said
CurtelJ u "I Ii -titled before that I
had never hoard "f Mr- Archbold Mk
Ini; I DOntrlbUUon and did riot recall
his name being mentioned duilng the
in i h railed it to tuch good effect that
lunbl McUralb, nineteen years old, of
No. lill'J Second avenue, who was near
Nliu'O 'ninth stiiet, came down the pl r
like a tin company anawarlng a four
overboard went McQraib, and m a
few itrokei be had reached Donovan.
.. i... u ... 1.. l..u ..ipl,..l .. it ha, Ik. ill..
m Qrath rapported Donovan slongatde CHICAGO CUBS FOR ' tE;
tie- oler t'-l I'olb eman Cogan of
l.a't one Hundred and Pourth air.' t
tatlon dropped a rope, aiih which
Donovan wan hoisted from lha a"r.
I no, oi .ins leal was ul and an aJUbU
lance l'i' toon wag lununoncd to atlaud
I. llll. aft I "hell he went lo ha hiltle,
.., Hast Ninety. thir l street Helthe a4l" of hi lloull m the t
eotel. IHllesaed Hi lo-lng 111. nit..' I. U N ' 1'OH I. la. I i l
"I wouldn't hse tsksn Iweuty-tl.'e
I. is lot tnai pipe, oajcisrea Uuna u,
, tte hi.r-i'oti aai' iiiori up .-,is cuts I
To-morrow and gstnrday ar tits
last lays ot regtetrattun. If you do ' aampalgn
not rgltr yon -snuot vot. Rsgls- "The matter was first brought t my
tratlon booths will opes at ) A M. acd
alea at to . WL
(Continued on bixth I'age
NEW YORK.r , MAY IIY.
i HICAQO, Ooi, IT.' A report was tur
itnl hM todiy I hat urlt, W at'ir
pl,y. President of Ihe .; . siailoaall
League Baeeball L'luh, a nago'.i itnj joal
.To- ' C'JtfS
purchaeer. Tba Baa;ernrv name u
not dia '
riCMBI oi i n t.
for all CsaatWBf, t ri.u.l , on Am.rl-sa tn I
jjrrmii'l otaa Bawl hesa, Tr.t. larr taat aott
bum, of.iti. lUiif.. il . aaesffl i i,erfc louai
... de t'i'l t.l ,1 a'li 'A'.i-id Tr,,.U
Awsde fHuitaei vt'orMl Puftdin S3 It fart
Usa. N. X. (vicvlwua Urtaouu. auue.
REOIMTFR TO-MO -now
To-morrow aud Saturday are ths
last days of registration. If you He
uot rsgtstsr you cannot vots. kesjies
nation booths wUl opsn st 7 A. at. .t
doe it M I. IL
to thsse statements In ths
presence of the Pirv " shouted Mr. sae-
Tiie Court The point la well taken.
I.ei the Jury rett-o
When the jurors were out Mr. Moss
began to artrua foe the Admissibility Ot
tbe ti-s' irnony rsgardlng Bscksr wealth.
He said ths anttre motive could h
sho t n by Becker's wealth and his fear
that his soutce of revenuo might bs
i ul off tiv the ItosenthnI exposures
Mr. MclntyTe made an arrutnsni
.aaainst thl kind f teiUmony, declaring
tilarn waa no proof that Rosenthal had
an 7 twiowledge of Becker's wealth.
8AY8 THE TESTIMONY WOULD
"If," he sold, "this kind nf testimony
rets before the Jury, It will Inflame.
bias and Impassion them agAlnit thts
prisoner. It would make th Jurors
think hs was grafting
"It Is aUwavs competent," ssld Justice
Ooff If ruling out tbe bankbooks, "for
ths prosecution to provs motive, whether
there II -IrviuriistxnUal evddsncs or not.
The nvldencs of mofKa beeoniei all Im
portant Hut there Is no proof here fhat
llosenthul knew of thcae alleged collsc
lioOl from the gamblers, or that Becker
knew that Itoaenthi! hnsw of sit-h rol
Isotlon If BosenthaJ knew of these
collection, I would not hesitate to ad
mit the teatlmonv, put Inasmuch ss rhe
evidence does not show that Roisnttial
Bsa coanlganl of these collections I
shall have to sustain the ohjecriona for.
PROSECUTOR SPRINGS A SUB
PRISE ON THE DEFENSE.
District-Attorney Whltmsn sprang
a surprise In the olOglM period of the
People s case when I .tin in rtosenoerg,
the "ha"-!! 11" wife of baft liOuts.
aa called us a witness and corrobo
raled oortam features of lack Itose'e
'I i e defense li'iweier, scored heavily
. M ix Mat gulls, a witness tor the
Utale who was forced to confess per-
lury on o rose- a lamination. The de
fense also scored by the admission of
t r,e ifBdavll made by Jack Bose at the
home of Harry Pollock in which he
exonerated Becker In regard to ths
Th Becker wltneasea were a-e-
mi mblod in full fores whe.i court
opened, chief : them heing fr-
mar Dlatrigt'Atlornojl Jerome, who
loa expected o deal n niortsl blase to
.lak Boge'g ggtnundukn eonfrwrtcn.
KrlendH of the lleeker interest
i warmed te Criminal Courts (lulld-
ttig in uroves
when Jusucs Ooff,' arrlvsd In ht wood.
chamber svery passorewwy to his
mmptroom was lammed with people
who heenusrht th police guard to paas
them Into the tribunal. The policing
of the building waa anlandldlv
handled, and only those who had
peases Issued by Juetlce doffs direc
tion were admitted through the lines.
MANY WOMEN THY TO OCT
K co res of women were In the th rouge
that not Into the building and forged
their way up to tbe rotunda. Vans' of
them had influential friends who had ob
tained pasass for them and they man
aaed to eqoeese Into the trlbunel through
Inner hallways before th main doore of
the courtroom were thrown open.
Jonn Carney of No. U Orove street.
Jersey City, was the drat witness of
ths day. lis was examined by Mr. Moae.
Q. Are you a telephone operator! A. I
am. In Oh Times Building.
Q. Were you there on chs morn; of
My is? A. Ye. to my place near tbe
Porty-ssoond street entrance ot tho gub-way.
Q. Old you keep a eMaaarandnB of
connections you made that oJghtT A.
y la Cute your niemorandumT (skew
ing him a telephone call aae). A. It la,
Q. Did. you make a uonnecllon at til
A. M.T. A. Thl nee.t eh . we that at thai
time I called a aumoer at IN A. M. n
the morning of July 11
"What connection did you make at
15T A. M.T"
Objeetlone by the defense were over
ruled, and Carney wa ordered to reply
Here, Mr. Hart demanded and was
given permission to crorc-exanigas 0r
nsy ss to his recollection of ah saint,
before he answered Mr. Moos' qussttan.
W (By Mr. Hsrt )-Hsve you n thl
paper lately T A. Yes. Mr. Rublp. sn
Asststsnt Dtsirlct Atturney, showed It
Q So your testimony will be based on
your recordeT A. Yes. sir.
BECKEB EXAMINES THE TELE
Beckei Interrupted Mr. Hart and
saked to look st ths tsiephon record.
The prlaoner made aome auggeeUon to
Mr. Hart, whu then proceeded with hla
rrosa-rxsmlnsllou. Hart got tram th
'tin ii only the fact that he could not
remember all his rills, but thst he was
am of the accuracy of his report.
The teetlmony of the operator In
vitally important, aa It shows that
Jack Ross did call np X.isut. Beobeg
from the Ttasee Building Iwsdl.
ately after tbe mr.re.tr aa be aald
tie did when be testified lsst Jt-nsday.
Ctuaaay was fallowed by L'lalfti Hay
a ccaeeed telapbon boy em-
'jffrfi - V"-! .
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